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Chrono Trigger Review
June 11, 2012
9:22 pm
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Masamune

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Deemed by many to be one of the greatest role-playing games of all time, Chrono Trigger combined a deep storyline, terrific graphics, stirring music, and memorable characters into an expertly woven masterpiece. If you’ve never played it, see what all the fuss is about in this review.

August 31, 2012
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I would dearly love to play this game at some point.

Do you know if this is one of those games that won’t work on a PAL console with a convertor? There’s games like Mario RPG, Final Fantasy III and Chrono Trigger that I want to play but seem to recall reading somewhere that they have problems. Maybe I’m completely wrong, If anyone can set the record straight you would be doing me a big favor.

August 31, 2012
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Maybe you may find some use for this link: http://petesgameroomforum.com/…..4676327/1/

I don’t know personally though.

September 1, 2012
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Yeah, CT wont work with just any import adapter.. But seriously, if you want the game, either invest in a region free mod of your PAL snes, or get a dirtcheap us snes from somewhere. if its very yellowed but work fine, you wont pay much for it loose. Your av-cables will work (if you use RGB, make sure you get a RGB cable for the NTSC systems (can be found on ebay, just read the description carefully), the contacts on the console differ between regions for whatever reason), your pal ac adapter will plug straight in too. You might need a new controller though since many pal consoles even has region coding for those, or you do the simple bridging mod described over at mmmonkey.

 

The game really is worth the extra expense in my opinion. And if you go with either Ikari’s switchless mod kit or an outright ntsc system, you wont have to worry about special chips not working with your mod/adapter either. 

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September 1, 2012
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Thanks for the replies folks. I think I’ll go down the route of investing in a region-free SNES as it does have distinct advantages. I’ll keep my original the way it is, for sentimental reason’s. Next payday I’ll seriously look into it.

September 1, 2012
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Then id suggest you get a us one, I believe pal controllers work with that, and you wont have to hack open the slot.. Its not as nice looking as the SFC or Pal version, but it will at least look undamaged and you will have 1 less mod required for maximum compatibility with games and accessories.

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September 5, 2012
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Grimm sounds interesting! Will a power converter work since there’s a difference between us and europe. Sounds like the ideal sollution, like to read more about it and give it a try! Thanks

September 6, 2012
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Just use a snes power adapter from your own country. it will fit. otherwise you’ll need a a 220 to 110 adapter yes. but really, just use the one you already have for your pal system. it will also save on shipping since those things are heavy..

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