It's awesome to see this all-time great on iPhone, I also have it on SNES and PS1 so I don't know if I'll buy it as I'm not into iOS games much but hopefully new people can enjoy it for the first time.
GameSpot Plays Chrono Trigger
The publishers have gone port crazy this week as we take a look at iOS and Android versions of Grand Theft Auto III, Sonic CD, and Chrono Trigger.Posted Dec 18, 2011 | 7:31 | 11,161 Views
Chrono Trigger is now available on the App Store.Posted Dec 9, 2011 | 0:53 | 3,023 Views
- Dec 8, 2011
Randolph Ramsay takes Chrono Trigger on the iOS for a quick spin to take a look at all the interface changes this classic JRPG has received.
Seriously? Turn-based RPGs are perfect for an iphone. I might pick this up and give Chrono Trigger another round. If only they would make a third game...
probably not gonna buy it cos ive already got the original on snes, cost £100 off ebay with the box and manual but well worth it, one of the best games ive ever played.
(Spoiler kind of) So you would have to change run settings when you go up Death's Peak? What about when you enter the code in Lucca's trip? I just see this losing some of the greatness on a touch screen. Actually, getting kind of sick of everything going touch, and I have an iphone.
am i the only prehistoric retard who hate the freaking touching screen games on cellphones?...this game is a classic...this game should be played whit button...
9.99$? No thanks. I have already purchased this game 4 times or more. I love it, but so much for an iOs game.
I don't have an iPhone but even if I did I wouldn't get this. However, this is good as hopefully this game will reach to a new market and will revive the series a little bit. I know it's a long-shot, but hopefully if they get enough sales, both with this and the recent DS version, perhaps they'll re-release Chrono Cross or even create a new game in the series?
It's great that this classic is coming to iOS. The graphics is pretty outdated though, but it's a chance for old schoolers to reminisce the good o' days and younger players to experience a bit of that golden era in Japanese RPG.
No matter how many times they release this game, it is STILL aswome! I'll never buy it because my phone is not used for gaming, but its still cool that its out for phones!
@Vambran So by "just a port" you mean that in a good way, right? Because this is the greatest video I've ever played.
I've played and beat this game more then any other game i've ever played before. And watching this makes me want to play and beat it again. Im busting out my DS rite now!
I own the DS version and it's fantastic. Played the original on the SNES as well. Would never own it for iOS.
I don't know how many times they think people are going to keep buying the same game. I know there are folks that haven't played this but the true fans who own this on other systems shouldn't waste their money again for the game. No matter how good it is, its still the same game that many already own. Would be nice to get a true remake of the game rather than constant rehashes.
@ahpuck It all went to s*it when Hironobu Sakaguchi left and Squaresoft joined with Enix and became Square-Enix. Their games just haven't been on the same level as before, though they're still good. Enix and Squaresoft made awesome games, but Square-Enix just isn't that good
ah, back when squaresoft was king. Now days they are better known for their beautiful cinematics, too bad they forgot about how to make beautiful gameplay.