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'''''Chrono Trigger''''' is a [[role-playing game]] developed and published by [[Square]] for the [[Super Nintendo Entertainment System|SNES]] on 1995-03-11. In the game, the player controls a party of adventurers who, after an incident involving time travel, discover that the world is destined to be destroyed, and attempt to stop it. The game uses an interesting combat mechanic which merges the action aspects of ''[[Secret of Mana]]'' and the turn-based strategy of ''[[Final Fantasy VI]]''.
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'''''Chrono Trigger''''' is a [[role-playing game]] developed and published by [[Square]] for the [[Super Nintendo Entertainment System|SNES]] on 1995-03-11 making it the first game in the [[Chrono (universe)|''Chrono'' series]]. In the game, the player controls a party of adventurers who, after an incident involving time travel, discover that the world is destined to be destroyed, and attempt to stop it. The game uses an interesting combat mechanic which merges the action aspects of ''[[Secret of Mana]]'' and the turn-based strategy of ''[[Final Fantasy VI]]''.
  
 
I saw ''Chrono Trigger'' at a friend's house shortly after it was released, and, for several years later, a various friends had the game, and I watched them play it. It looked very interesting, but, since it is a one-player RPG, I never played it myself at the time. I bought a boxed version in the early 2000s for a decent price, and made an attempt to play it, but didn't get too far. Then, in 2011, I actually sat down and played the entire game through beating it across multiple endings, and thoroughly loved it.
 
I saw ''Chrono Trigger'' at a friend's house shortly after it was released, and, for several years later, a various friends had the game, and I watched them play it. It looked very interesting, but, since it is a one-player RPG, I never played it myself at the time. I bought a boxed version in the early 2000s for a decent price, and made an attempt to play it, but didn't get too far. Then, in 2011, I actually sat down and played the entire game through beating it across multiple endings, and thoroughly loved it.

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USA SNES cover.

Chrono Trigger is a role-playing game developed and published by Square for the SNES on 1995-03-11 making it the first game in the Chrono series. In the game, the player controls a party of adventurers who, after an incident involving time travel, discover that the world is destined to be destroyed, and attempt to stop it. The game uses an interesting combat mechanic which merges the action aspects of Secret of Mana and the turn-based strategy of Final Fantasy VI.

I saw Chrono Trigger at a friend's house shortly after it was released, and, for several years later, a various friends had the game, and I watched them play it. It looked very interesting, but, since it is a one-player RPG, I never played it myself at the time. I bought a boxed version in the early 2000s for a decent price, and made an attempt to play it, but didn't get too far. Then, in 2011, I actually sat down and played the entire game through beating it across multiple endings, and thoroughly loved it.

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