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      • Dec 03 2012

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      Chrono Trigger
      "CHRONO TRIGGER", a snowy field, a dark blue monster with arms raised in the left frame, the character Crono flying to it in the middle with his sword drawn, beneath him the character Frog hunched over on the ground, to the right the character Marle shooting fire from her fingertip
      North American box art
      Director(s)Takashi Tokita
      Yoshinori Kitase
      Akihiko Matsui
      Producer(s)Kazuhiko Aoki
      Designer(s)Hiroyuki Ito
      Hironobu Sakaguchi
      Artist(s)Akira Toriyama
      Writer(s)Masato Kato
      Takashi Tokita
      Yoshinori Kitase
      Yuji Horii
      Composer(s)Yasunori Mitsuda
      Nobuo Uematsu
      Noriko Matsueda
      Platform(s)Super Nintendo, PlayStation, Nintendo DS, Mobile phones, Virtual Console, PlayStation Network, iOS, Android
      Genre(s)Role-playing video game
      Mode(s)Single-player, Multiplayer (DS only)

      Chrono Trigger (Japanese: クロノ・トリガー, Hepburn: Kurono Torigā) is a role-playing video game developed and published by Square (now Square Enix) for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1995. Chrono Trigger's development team included three designers that Square dubbed the "Dream Team": Hironobu Sakaguchi, the creator of Square's Final Fantasy series; Yuji Horii, a freelance designer and creator of Enix's popular Dragon Quest series; and Akira Toriyama, a freelance manga artist famed for his work with Dragon Quest and Dragon Ball. Kazuhiko Aoki produced the game, Masato Kato wrote most of the plot, Hiroyuki Ito was the game designer as well as animator, while composer Yasunori Mitsuda scored most of the game before falling ill and deferring remaining tracks to Final Fantasy composer Nobuo Uematsu. The game's story follows a group of adventurers who travel through time to prevent a global catastrophe.

      Square re-released a ported version by Tose in Japan for Sony's PlayStation in 1999, later repackaged with a Final Fantasy IV port as Final Fantasy Chronicles in 2001 for the North American market. A slightly enhanced Chrono Trigger was released for the Nintendo DS on November 25, 2008, in North America and Japan, and went on sale in Australia on February 3, 2009 and in Europe on February 6, 2009. The game was never released in PAL territories before the Nintendo DS version.

      Chrono Trigger was a critical and commercial success upon release and is considered today to be one of the greatest video games of all time. Nintendo Power magazine described aspects of Chrono Trigger as revolutionary, including its multiple endings, plot-related sidequests focusing on character development, unique battle system, and detailed graphics. Chrono Trigger was the third best-selling game of 1995, and the game's SNES and PlayStation iterations have shipped 2.65 million copies as of March 2003. The version for the Nintendo DS sold 790,000 copies as of March 2009. Chrono Trigger was also ported to mobile phones, Virtual Console, the PlayStation Network (only in the USA), iOS devices, and Android devices.