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Chrono Trigger, the cult-classic RPG now makes its debut with a lot of upgrades so that we can visit the forgotten past, the distant future, and the end of time once again. This version of the game has been developed and published by Square Enix on February 27th, 2018.

Unravel an epic story that will take you on a journey to many different ears like the prehistory, ancient times, middle ages, present time, and more. Are you prepared to go on an amazing journey to save the future of this planet? The definitive version of this game comes with updated controls, reworked and improved graphics and sound, and additional content for both new and old players to enjoy in the form of the Dimensional Vortex dungeon and the Lost Sanctum dungeon, and much more!

Time doesn't stop during battle and players need to enter commands when the character's gauge becomes full. Time passes and the position of your enemies changes as well, so think ahead of time and use clever positioning. Incredibly powerful Tech moves can be used by the player, and abilities and magic can be combined in order to perform destructive combo attacks. There are over 50 unique types of combos that two and three characters can use.

This version of Chrono Trigger includes the Dimensional Vortex, a strange dungeon that is constantly shifting and changing. It exists outside the realm of space and time, so what exactly lies at its center? The Lost Sanctum is another bonus dungeon that features challenges and forgotten secrets that only the most capable of adventurers can uncover.

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15 years ago, there was still hope that the dream team behind Chrono Trigger would reunite to make another Chrono game. That hope was mostly fueled by a trademark for a game called Chrono Break, which was never officially announced. Square Enix never talked about it directly, but here and there over the years some of the developers mentioned being interested in making a sequel. It didn't happen. But if it did, maybe it would've looked something like this. This mockup of Chrono Break is...


The bug stopping players from accessing specific save points in certain maps has been fixed in this version. Related to the bug above, there was a bug which blocked progress in the game at a specific event. This has been fixed already. We apologize for the inconvenience.


Six months after launch, Square Enix has released its final big update for Chrono Trigger on PC, wrapping up the publisher's plans to improve its widely derided port of the classic Super Nintendo J-RPG. You might recall that PC fans were briefly elated when Chrono Trigger surprise-launched on Steam back in February. However, players quickly discovered that Square Enix's port was plagued with issues, from poor performance to an unwieldy interface and blurry sprite art - the latter two woes inheri...






  • OS: Windows 7/8/8.1/10 (32bit/64bit)
  • Processor: Intel Core i3 2.3GHz
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: INTEL HD Graphics 530
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: Supported resolutions: 800x600, 1024x768, 1280x960, 1280x720, 1360x768, 1600x900, 1920x1080.


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