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Chrono Trigger was a critical and commercial success upon release and is frequently cited as one of the greatest video games of all time. Nintendo Power magazine described aspects of the game as revolutionary, including its multiple endings, plot-related side-quests focusing on character development, unique battle system, and detailed graphics.[4] Chrono Trigger was the second best-selling game of 1995 in Japan,[5] and shipped 2.65 million copies worldwide by March 2003.[6] Excluding the PC version, the game had shipped over 3.5 million copies worldwide by February 2018.




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Magus confesses to the party that used to be Prince Janus of Zeal, and that in the original timeline, he and the Gurus of Zeal were scattered across time by Lavos's awakening in 12000 BC.[20] Stranded as a child in 600 AD, Janus took the title of Magus and gained a cult of followers while plotting to summon and kill Lavos in revenge for the death of his sister, Schala. Magus tried once more after the party's battle in his castle returned him to Zeal, where he disguised himself as the Prophet. At this point, Magus is either killed by the party, killed in a duel with Frog, or spared and convinced to join the party. The ruined Ocean Palace then rises into the air as the Black Omen, Queen Zeal's floating fortress. The group turns to Gaspar for help, and he gives them a "Chrono Trigger", an egg-shaped device that allows the group to replace Crono just before the moment of death with a Dopple Doll (doing so is optional, and the game's ending will change depending on the player's decision). The party then gather power by helping people across time with Gaspar's instructions.[21] Their journeys involve defeating the remnants of the Mystics,[22] stopping Robo's maniacal AI creator,[23] giving Frog closure for Cyrus's death,[24] locating and charging up the mythical Sun Stone, retrieving the legendary Rainbow Shell, unmasking Guardia's Chancellor as a monster, restoring a forest destroyed by a desert monster,[25] and preventing an accident that disabled Lucca's mother. The party then enter the Black Omen and defeat Queen Zeal, after which they battle Lavos. They discover that Lavos is self-directing his evolution via absorbing DNA and energy from every living creature before razing the planet's surface in 1999 AD, so that it could spawn a new generation to destroy other worlds and continue the evolutionary cycle. The party slay Lavos, and celebrate at the final night of the Millennial Fair before returning to their own times.


The original SNES edition of Chrono Trigger was released on the Wii download service Virtual Console in Japan on April 26, 2011,[65] in the US on May 16, 2011,[66] and in Europe on May 20, 2011.[67] Previously in April 2008, a Nintendo Power reader poll had identified Chrono Trigger as the third-most wanted game for the Virtual Console.[68] The game has also been ported to i-mode,[69] the Virtual Console,[65] the PlayStation Network,[70] iOS,[71] Android,[72] and Windows.[73]


The game was a best-seller in Japan,[135] where two million copies were sold in only two months.[136] It ended the year as the second best-selling game of 1995 in Japan, below Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation.[5] Chrono Trigger was also met with substantial success upon release in North America, and its re-release on the PlayStation as part of the Final Fantasy Chronicles package topped the NPD TRSTS PlayStation sales charts for over six weeks.[137][138][139] By March 2003, the game's SNES and PS1 iterations had shipped 2.65 million copies worldwide, including 2.36 million in Japan and 290,000 abroad.[6] The PS1 version was re-released in 2003 as part of Sony's Greatest Hits line. The original SNES version had sold 2.5 million copies by 2006.[140] Chrono Trigger DS sold 790,000 copies worldwide, as of March 2009, including 490,000 in Japan, 240,000 in North America and 60,000 in Europe.[141] The SNES, PS1 and DS versions shipped a combined 3.44 million copies worldwide by March 2009. Excluding the PC version, the game had shipped over 3.5 million copies worldwide by February 2018.[142]


There are no plans as of 2023 for a new title, despite a statement from Hironobu Sakaguchi in 2001 that the developers of Chrono Cross wanted to make a new Chrono game.[189] The same year, Square applied for a trademark for the names Chrono Break in the United States and Chrono Brake in Japan. However, the United States trademark was dropped in 2003.[190] Director Takashi Tokita mentioned "Chrono Trigger 2" in a 2003 interview which has not been translated to English.[191] Yuji Horii expressed no interest in returning to the Chrono franchise in 2005, while Hironobu Sakaguchi remarked in April 2007 that his creation Blue Dragon was an "extension of [Chrono Trigger]."[192][193] During a Cubed interview on February 1, 2007, Square Enix's Senior Vice President Hiromichi Tanaka said that although no sequel is currently planned, some sort of sequel is still possible if the Chrono Cross developers can be reunited.[194] Yasunori Mitsuda has expressed interest in scoring a new game, but warned that "there are a lot of politics involved" with the series. He stressed that Masato Kato should participate in development.[45] The February 2008 issue of Game Informer ranked the Chrono series eighth among the "Top Ten Sequels in Demand", naming the games "steadfast legacies in the Square Enix catalogue" and asking, "what's the damn holdup?!"[195] In Electronic Gaming Monthly's June 2008 "Retro Issue", writer Jeremy Parish cited Chrono as the franchise video game fans would be most thrilled to see a sequel to.[196] In the first May Famitsu of 2009, Chrono Trigger placed 14th out of 50 in a vote of most-wanted sequels by the magazine's readers.[197] At E3 2009, SE Senior Vice President Shinji Hashimoto remarked, "If people want a sequel, they should buy more!"[198]


Froggy Castle is an arcade game developed by Snowstep Development. It was originally released in 2003. Snowstep Development published the game. The game is rated as "Recommended" on RAWG. Froggy Castle is available on PC.


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The game was spread over 50 levels, each individually named with the player whizzing around the world on a magic carpet, as the title suggests. You collected Manna, which allowed you to cast spells in defense or attack against enemy wizards. All you needed to do was store enough Manna in your castle to restore equilibrium to the world. Easier said than done, though.


If a game is not released in a physical format but is only available as a digital download, the publisher can choose to use the traditional pre-release rating procedure, or it can use the widely implemented IARC procedure (which is based on the exact same criteria. Games that receive their PEGI rating via IARC are not included in the statistics below.


Sonic Heroes (ソニック ヒーローズ, Sonikku Hīrōzu?) is a 3D platformer video game in the Sonic the Hedgehog series developed by Sonic Team and published by Sega for the GameCube, PlayStation 2, and Xbox. It was first released in December 2003 in Japan, then in the first couple of months of the following year in other countries. It would be later released for Microsoft Windows PCs in November 2004. As part of the PlayStation 2 Classics program, the PlayStation 2 version was re-released digitally for the PlayStation 3 via the PlayStation Network in September 2012 in Europe, and January 2014 in Asia. Sonic Heroes is noteworthy for being the first Sonic game to be released on Sony and Microsoft gaming consoles.


There was a series of educational games where I think you played as a Frog, and I think they were each based on subjects (IE English, Math, Science). I know one was set in a castle, one was a treehouse or something like that. Very distant memory.


Hey all. I am looking for 2 games. The first I last played about 10 years ago. It was a game that started out in a side view of a bunker and you could pick one of 3 vehicles (possibly 4). A jeep that could go out onto water, a tank and a helicopter. Each had their own abilities and unique bonus. Once a vehicle had been selected, it went to the surface and then the game was a sort of open roaming top down shooting game. The graphics were not horrible, but they were not exactly high standard. There was colour and some decent explosions. The second game I am looking for was a little more recent. I played it in 2003 but I am unsure when it was made. It was sort of like Delta Force (open world objective based) but you were in a hover tank. I have hunted online and found HoverTank 3D and various others, but not the one I was looking for. I remember you could have "wing men" and customize your tank. It was a 3rd person game. Much more on the second one, I am unable to remember clearly. Both games were on PC.


hello.i cant remember this old pc game..FPS its set in ww2 but jumps to the future during the game,i think your sent back to find a german time machine .The first mission you start in a church ,or something like it armed with a knife ,theres a german officer at the other end so you kill him from behind and take his gun,as you do two german soldiers come in and shoot at you,when you kill them you go up a stair case and battle your way out,thats all i can remember .its not return to castle wolfsteain but its alot like it.i also remember in the game in some rooms would have pictures of the developers on the walls in frames like actual pictures of them.another part in this game had hitler ranting and shouting in this room but you cant shoot or interact with him but u can see him and hear his loud voice all through the level .hope someone can help..thanks 041b061a72


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