As expected, Square-Enix is re-releasing the Chrono Trigger soundtrack. If you missed out on it the first time, here’s your chance to get your hands on it again!
Due on July 29th for 3800 Yen (US$39), the Chrono Trigger OST [DS Edition] will contain…
- The full 78 track soundtrack from the DS remake span across 3 discs.
- A bonus DVD containing an interview with main composer Yasunori Mitsuda and a 5.1 surround sound music video of the two orchestral soundtracks that came as a free music CD for pre-orders of the game.
You can sample the tracks now over at the official site and take a sneak peek at the said video content. It seems the music video will be a recording of the band performing the music.
Decided to buy the Chrono Trigger DS after all. A classic RPG with a rare bonus pre-order soundtrack CD was just too good to pass up over here in the UK even if it does only offer two orchestral tracks.
Just 8 days until Chrono Trigger DS reaches European stores and the surprising thing is, Gameplay is giving gamers the chance to get their hands on the pre-order CD that was made available to Japan and the US! Seems none of the other game retailers here are offering the same item.
I’m tempted to order it since I originally played the SNES version in English anyway but, I’m also hesitant because I have played it before already. Not sure I would spend time on it when there’s so many other titles out on offer. The newly featured randomly generated dungeons and Pokemon style arena battles don’t really sound too appealing.
Latest issue of the Shonen Jump magazine shows off another new feature that Chrono Trigger DS will have. A gallery mode which will read your saved files and unlock a variety of goodies comprised of the following…
Watch all those PSX Anime cutscenes that are featured in the main game as many times as you want here.
Check maps of the world from different eras, showing where you’ve been so that you won’t let those treasures slip away from you.
The new content for the Chrono Trigger DS remake is slowly being revealed, three of them being in the latest issue of Shonen Jump magazine.
First, there’s good news for players who have played the classic SNES RPG before. There will be a new original dungeon, “Distortional Dimension” that changes every time you go in to explore and if you don’t manage to reach a the appointed place of the dungeon, you won’t be able to get out. If you manage to clear all three of these dungeons that appear, you’ll end up changing End of Time.