Chrono Trigger wasn't the first Japanese RPG. It certainly won't be the last. But it's arguable that Square's masterpiece is the best. Remarkably, the action-packed story of a boy's quest through history stands the test of time, with almost flawless pacing and gameplay. Most notably, Chrono Trigger features 13 endings, a stunning feat for a lengthy RPG. It seems only fitting that three of Japan's most legendary creators — Hironobu Sakaguchi (Final Fantasy), Yuji Hori (Dragon Quest), and Akira Toriyama (Dragon Ball) — were part of the creative team responsible for Trigger's conception and development. Square's epic saga might have come towards the end of the SNES's life, but some things are best saved for last.
Very happy I will be ordering more in the future