There was Chrono Cross for the PS1, which was similar to the original.Originally posted by Viper61
I loved Chrono Trigger on the SNES, I still fire it up from time to time. They were coming out with a Chrono Trigger sequel for the PS2. I heard about a couple of years ago, didn't hear much else about it. There is a Chrono trigger 3 due out in 2004, at least according to IGN.
Yes. The RPGs of the SNES era are far superior to their next-gen descendants. US Final Fantasy III and Chrono Trigger are the greatest two RPGs ever made. The others made during that period still outdo what we see today.Originally posted by Manic
My opinion is that RPG's in the past (SNES/NES era) were far better than the modern games you see today. Not enough plot, FAR too little challenge, and too much damn glitter and glitz. Back then the programmers didn't have much to work with, so they had to work that much harder to make the game fun.
No, I'm going off memories from when I played the SNES games when they came out. As far as RPGs go, I never replay them (except Chrono Trigger because there's a reason to). As you said, tis time consuming....Originally posted by Delance
A somewhat related question. Do you guys play "new" RPGs on the NES and SNES emultors? Replaynig old games is one thing, put playing time consuming old games is another.