Chrono Trigger [Model SHVC-ACTJ-JPN]

The Nintendo Super Famicom Game by Square Co., Ltd.

Chrono Trigger [Model SHVC-ACTJ-JPN] screenshot

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DESCRIPTION

[CONSOLE] Nintendo Super Famicom Game

Chrono Trigger © 1995 Square Company, Limited.


The 32-meg Chrono Trigger utilizes time travel, science-fiction, and fantasy adventure to create one of the best role-playing games ever. The game's hero, Chrono, is transported into the past and ends up altering the course of history, and with it the future as well.

The integral time travel element of the game enables players to alter the game by changing the past, give players multiple endings and excellent repeat game play value. There are mini-quests, a huge cast of characters, realistic time travel, non-linear game play, and more active and interactive battle scenes than Squaresoft's 1994, highly acclaimed, role-playing game Final Fantasy 6.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Model SHVC-ACTJ-JPN

TRIVIA

Released on March 11, 1995 in Japan.

There are six unused enemies, five unused items and two unused areas hidden away in the game's code.

STAFF

Producer: Kazuhiko Aoki
Director: Yoshinori Kitase, Akihiko Matsui, Takashi Tokita
Character Design: Akira Toriyama
Supervisor: Yuji Horii, Hironobu Sakaguchi
Music: Yasunori Mitsuda, Nobuo Uematsu
Main Program: Katsuhisa Higuchi, Keizo Kokubo
Sound Program: Minoru Akao
Sound Engineer: Eiji Nakamura
Graphic Director: Masanori Hoshino, Yasuhiko Kamata, Tetsuya Takahashi
Story Plan: Masato Kato
Event Plan: Hiroki Chiba, Hiroyuki Itou, Keisuke Matsuhara
Field Plan: Keita Eto, Kenichi Nishi
Battle Plan: Haruyuki Nishida, Makoto Shimamoto, Toshiaki Suzuki
Battle Program: Toshio Endo, Kiyoshi Yoshii
Field Program: Kazumi Kobayashi
Visual Program: Ken Narita, Koji Sugimoto
Effect Graphic: Yukio Nakatani, Hirokatsu Sasaki
Field Graphic: Shinichiro Hamasaka, Yasuyuki Honne, Matsuzo Itakura, Akiyoshi Masuda, Yusuke Naora, Tetsuya Nomura, Yoshinori Ogura, Shinichiro Okaniwa, Kazuhiro Ookawa, Takamichi Shibuya, Manabu Daishima, Toshiya Hasui, Masaaki Hayashi, Takayuki Ohdachi
Character Graphic: Taizo Inukai, Fumi Nakashima, Hiroshi Uchiyama
Monster Graphic: Tsutomu Terada, Kouichi Ebe, Tadahiro Usuda
Map Design: Mami Kawai, Hidetoshi Kezuka, Akane Haruki, Hiroto Yamamoto, Kaname Tanaka
Executive Producer: Tetsuo Mizuno, Hisashi Suzuki, Hitoshi Takemura
Sound Effect: Yoshitaka Hirota, Chiharu Minekawa, Yasuaki Yabuta, Tadakazu Okano
Advertisement: Kyoko Yamashita, Yusuke Hirata, Tetsuya Nomura, Kiyotaka Sousui, Tetsuhisa Tsuruzono, Michio Okamiya, Noriyuki Watanabe, Kiyoko Maeda, M. Mizushima
System Engineer: Masahiro Nakajima, Mitsuo Ogura, Yasunori Orikasa, Yutaka Ohdaira
Test Coordinator: Shinichirou Kajitani, Ryuko Kouda, Kimie Inagi, Norimasa Hanada, Hiromi Masuda, N. Kanai, H. Sakurai
Remake Staff: Weimin Li, Aiko Ito, Rika Maruya, Noriko Wada, Rich Silveira, Junichi Yanagihara, Toshiyuki Horii, Douglas E. Smith, Ted Woolsey, C. Chamberlain, E. Gregory, Dalen Abraham, Chris Budd, Mirko Freguia
Special Thanks: Kazuhiko Torishima, Shinji Hashimoto, Keitarou Adachi, Yasuo Kuwahara, H. Okawa, Yoshinori Uenishi

Jet Bike Race
Bike Object: Mami Kawai
Jonny Object: Taizo Inukai
Mode7 Road: Kaname Tanaka
Back Ground: Akane Haruki
Panel & Font: Hiroto Yamamoto

PORTS

Consoles:


japan Sony PlayStation (1999) "Chrono Trigger [Model SLPS-02430]"
japan Nintendo DS (2008)

SOURCES
Game's ROM.

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