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Chrono Trigger

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Reviewed by William Richards

Music and Sound 7.5 out of 10

The music for this game is positively wonderful. With heroic music, like Frog's, to the calm music, like Marle's, to the dark, evil music of Magus. Also, the games sound effects are breathtaking. The slice of Chrono's sword as it cuts through the enemy, the spells that are being cast on enemy and ally alike are simply divine. I remember Frog's giant frog spell, first you hear the frog falling, starting far away and quiet and then the sound gets louder and louder until finally landing.

Game Challenge 7 out of 10

The game, being an epic (otherwise known as an RPG), was long and exciting. The first time you play it it is kind of hard, but then the second it seems easy. After beating the game the easiest and normal way, it is fun to try and get all of the many endings.

Game Play-Fun 7.8 out of 10

This is an incredibly fun game for epic (RPG) lovers, people who like all games, and people who hate most epics or just like some other kind of category better alike. This game is fun from getting caught up in the story, to the battles. Never have I seen a game more fun than this

Replayability 10 out of 10

This game was and still is fun to replay over and over again. With the almost endless amount of endings, you never get bored playing it. Also playing the same ending over again is fun because of all the things you can do, learn, and get before the end of the game. There is no game I know of that is as fun to replay as this game, Chrono Trigger.

Game Value 10 out of 10

This game is defiantly worth the price. Long, interesting, and adventerouse, yet it seems so short and calm at some point. If I didn't already own it I would buy most defiantly buy it. With all it's wonderful attributes, (sound, fun, challenging, ect.) I literally couldn't resist but to buy it.

Character Background 8 out of 10

The backgrounds of the many characters in this epic are fantastic. My personnel favorite was (and still is for that matter!) Frog's (or should I say Glenn's buy or play the game to find out what I mean) background, he was a great swordsman who refused his good friend Cyrus to join the army, I don't want to give it away for anyone so I won't tell the rest of it. All of the backgrounds in this game are much different than Frog's, but still marvellous in there own ways.

Overall 90 out of 100

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