What You Need to Know:
- The 90's era was a major turning point for the gaming industry, as giants SEGA and Nintendo battled for supremacy in every category. It was hard to tell who really came out out top (we feel Nintendo did but some would argue otherwise), but no matter the winner we can all admit that the 90's was the BEST time for gaming.
- Well one of the most iconic games of that era is now available to relive on Steam, yes we're talking about Chrono Trigger, the Toriyama RPG that took the entire world by storm is now yours to play once again on PC.
- With added features such as two extra dungeons along with updated visuals and sound, this version of Chrono Trigger is the complete package and shouldn't be ignored by any fan! Look out for more details below along with the exciting trailer!
- In conjunction with the release of the STEAM version, CHRONO TRIGGER for iOS and Android may also receive a major update which brings all of the enhancements in the PC version to mobile devices. The mobile version of CHRONO TRIGGER not only features the updated graphical and sound enhancements, but also brings retina and cloud save features as well as AppleTV support to this version.
- Additionally, CHRONO TRIGGER is also now available on the Amazon AppStore beginning today, bringing the title to an even wider array of mobile platforms.
Source: Officiail Press Release
Two Extra Dungeons – Includes the mysterious “Dimensional Vortex” dungeon and “Lost Sanctum” dungeon that first appeared in the Nintendo DS® and mobile releases.
CHRONO TRIGGER Limited Edition - Those that purchase the STEAM version until April 2, 2018 will receive the following digital bonuses for free:
Updated Graphics and Sound – While keeping the atmosphere of the original, this version features optimized visuals designed for modern PCs and a re-recorded soundtrack under the supervision of original composer Yasunori Mitsuda.
Updated Controls - Optimized PC experience that supports both controller and mouse/keyboard configuration
New Autosave Feature - Automatically saves while still featuring the original title’s Save Point function