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[UPDATE] Chrono Trigger and Final Fantasy VI Coming to PSN

Posted on Monday, September 19 @ 16:22:37 Eastern by
[Update] Sony fucked up big time. These games aren't coming in tomorrow's update. WTF?


Back before Enix ever invaded my beloved Squaresoft, the Japanese RPG mastermind had two games that to this day, I consider the very best RPGs ever created. Never will I forget traveling back and fourth through time aboard the Epoch or amassing the greatest party ever, a necessary feat if I wanted to have a shot at taking down Kefka.

If you know your amazing RPGs (or if you read the title of this article) then you know that I'm talking about none other than Chrono Trigger and Final Fantasy VI. The two titles original released on the Super NES, and were re-released on the PSOne as the Final Fantasy Chronicles. (Although, Chrono Trigger has nothing to do with Final Fantasy)

No word on the pricing on these relics, but we're guessing it'll be right around the $5.99 range per usual for PSOne classics. At that price, it'll be some of the best money you ever spent.


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