25 Facts About Chrono Trigger

1. In 1994, a demo cartridge of Chrono Trigger was issued to certain Japanese gaming magazines and stores.

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2. Chrono Trigger inspired several sequels and expansion packs or add-ons; the first were three titles released for the Satellaview in 1995.

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3. Chrono Trigger shipped more than 2.36 million copies in Japan and 290,000 abroad.

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4. Chrono Trigger was scored by Yasunori Mitsuda and veteran Final Fantasy composer Nobuo Uematsu, with one track composed by both Uematsu and Noriko Matsueda.

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5. Chrono Trigger used a 32-megabit cartridge with battery-backed RAM for saved games, lacking special on-cartridge coprocessors.

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6. Chrono Trigger was produced by Kazuhiko Aoki while director credits were attributed to Akihiko Matsui, Yoshinori Kitase and Takashi Tokita.

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7. Chrono Trigger takes place in a fictitious alternate timeline of Earth.

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8. Chrono Trigger features several other unique game-play traits, including time travel.

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9. Chrono Trigger is a console role-playing game developed and published by Square for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) in 1995.

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10. Chrono Trigger is one of the best, most important games of our generation.

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11. Chrono Trigger is hailed by many as the greatest JRPG, and by many more as the greatest game ever made.

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12. Chrono Trigger stressed that Masato Kato should participate in development.

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13. Chrono Trigger Cross shipped 1.5 million copies and was almost universally praised by critics.

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14. Chrono Trigger inspired several related releases; the first were three titles released for the Satellaview on July 31, 1995.

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15. Chrono Trigger used a 32-megabit ROM cartridge with battery-backed RAM for saved games, lacking special on-cartridge coprocessors.

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16. Chrono Trigger worked with Square Enix to ensure that the music for the Nintendo DS would sound closer to the Super NES version.

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17. Chrono Trigger tried to use leitmotifs of the Chrono Trigger main theme to create a sense of consistency in the soundtrack.

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18. Chrono Trigger was scored primarily by Yasunori Mitsuda, with contributions from veteran Final Fantasy composer Nobuo Uematsu, and one track composed by Noriko Matsueda.

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19. Chrono Trigger features several other distinct gameplay traits, including time travel.

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20. Chrono Trigger was the third best-selling game of 1995 in Japan, shipping 2.65 million copies worldwide by March 2003.

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21. In the first May Famitsu of 2009, Chrono Trigger placed 14th out of 50 in a vote of most-wanted sequels by the magazine's readers.

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22. Chrono Trigger is frequently listed among the greatest video games of all time.

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23. The Nintendo DS version of Chrono Trigger was the 22nd best-selling game of 2008 in Japan.

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24. Chrono Trigger was the third best-selling game of 1995, shipping over two million copies by March 2003.

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25. Chrono Trigger is a role-playing video game developed and published by Square for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1995.

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