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What would it be like if you didn't exist? For Serge, the truth is all too disturbing when he stumbles into another dimension, a dimension where he is long dead. Now the fate of two worlds ... See full summary »



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What would it be like if you didn't exist? For Serge, the truth is all too disturbing when he stumbles into another dimension, a dimension where he is long dead. Now the fate of two worlds hangs in the balance and Serge is the only hope. Written by J Hoffman

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In 1995, we crossed time... in 1999, we'll cross dimensions. See more »


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15 August 2000 (USA)  »

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Chrono Cross  »

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Because the game's 40 playable characters all have different speech patterns, a sub-program was created specifically for the game to generate the different speech patterns around the line, rather than code in every line for every character. See more »


In this game, Schala has blonde hair and blue eyes. In Chrono Trigger, she had blue hair and blue-green eyes. See more »


Miguel: There's nothing in the world as ruthless or impartial as death. All living matter ages over time and eventually dies... No matter how mighty or tiny its life force... So being alive means you're creeping closer to death with every second... But there's none of that here. No one and nothing ages. Nothing wastes away. This quiet, boundless, and beautiful world... An ideal world, straight out of a fairy tale, isn't it? A place and time that belongs to no one... Res nullius... It's because this is ...
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Crazy Credits

If the game is completed by using the "Chrono Cross" item, once the end credits have rolled a final brief CG sequence is shown with Kidd on the beach. See more »


References Chrono Trigger (1995) See more »


Scars of Time
Composed & Arranged by Yasunori Mitsuda
Acoustic Guitar & Bouzouki: Tomohiko Kita (ZABADAK)
Shinobue & Shakuhachi: Kinya Sugawa
Percussion: Tamao Fujii
Electric Upright Bass: Hiroshi Watanabe
String Quartet
1st Violin: Hijiri Kuwano
2nd Violin: Izumiko Fujie
Viola: Jun Yamamoto (as Jun Ymamoto)
Cello: Haruki Matsuba
Recorded & Mixed by Kenji Nagashima
Assistant Engineer: Ken Hirauchi
Recording Coordinator: Kenichi Funayama
Recorded at Studio Greenbird
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Lives up to Chrono Trigger
7 May 2006 | by See all my reviews

I have to say this game was amazing. You can get over 40 characters in the game. Not only that, picking different choices in conversations actually lets you do completely different things. Its a non-linear game, which gives you tons of freedom. The battle-system is original, no ATB, and you can run away from everything with a 100% chance of getting away every time, even with bosses. One of the things that makes this game shine is its sense of humor. I almost laughed out loud when I heard Ketchop talking, what he was saying, I mean. Its a must own for any person who's a fan of RPG's. You probably won't like it if your not the biggest role-playing game fan, but still, its awesome.

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