Game Profile

When a newly developed teleportation device malfunctions at the Millennial Fair, young Crono must travel through time to rescue his misfortunate companion from an intricate web of past and present perils. The swashbuckling adventure that ensues soon unveils an evil force set to destroy the world, triggering Crono's race against time to change the course of history and bring about a brighter future.


  • A masterpiece with an engaging and unparalleled storyline, leading to the discovery of multiple epic conclusions to a journey that transcends time.
  • An unprecedented and inspiring musical score created by Yasunori Mitsuda.
  • Intriguing battle system made possible by the unique combination of the Active Time Battle system and Tech skills.
  • Famed character designer Akira Toriyama lends his signature art style to create the vibrant world that has captivated gamers around the world.
  • Taking advantage of the Nintendo DS hardware, CHRONO TRIGGER makes its way onto the portable platform with all-new dual screen presentation and Touch Screen functionality.
  • A brand new dungeon and DS Wireless Communications add exciting new dimensions to this timeless classic.

Game Review


Europe PAL Version

Posted by David Snoddy

Has it stood the test of time?

Without a shadow of a doubt, there will be two groups of people reading this: those who have played Chrono Trigger before, and those who never had the privilege. If you are of the former, then you’ll not find too many surprises waiting you in this...

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User Comments (7)



Golgo said:

Superb game. Just beaten it on DS. So wonderfully inventive and innovative in terms of plot and characterization, and without the dreary grind and random battles that plague many other J-rpgs. Terrific music, too.

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