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Chrono Cross (PlayStation)


Developer Squaresoft
North America Japan PAL
Publisher Squaresoft Squaresoft N/A
Year 2000 1999 N/A


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RPGClassics Chrono Cross Shrine


The sequel to Chrono Trigger looks into the consequences of CTís time travelling. Due to the events in that game, time has been distorted and reality was split. The battle system is also completely different; you only gain levels after a story battle, and some minor stat increases after a regular battle. You attack with a characters specific element, which is set on a special grid, which increases after gaining levels. One of the most innovative things is the large cast of characters; you can recruit more than 40. You canít get them all on one playtrough, so this adds a lot to the replay value.