We’re taking a trip back in time and need to pack. Spiky hair? Check. Giant sword? Check. Great localization? Oops, I knew something was missing.
Ten years ago, Chrono Cross was hailed as one of the finest RPGs on the PlayStation. To see if time has been kind to that consensus, just read this review.
In 1997, the movie theaters of the world were gripped once again by the Star Wars trilogy being re-released, Seinfeld entered its final season, the Spice Girls had numerous hits, and the RPG world was gripped by a certain unstoppable dynamo of a game. How well the other items in the entertainment field have aged is a matter of opinion, just as Final Fantasy VII’s effect may not have lessened with the passage of time — to some.
This compilation Playstation game features remakes of both Final Fantasy I & II, as well as a host of new features.