Chrono Trigger first made its SNES debut back in 1995 by a high-profile team of developers, including Dragon Quest creator Yuji Horii and Dragon Ball’s Akira Toriyama. Now hailed as one of the best role-playing games in recent memory, fans and the curious alike will be glad to know that its makers, Square Enix, recently launched the game via Steam — making it available on PC.
The new version will contain the two bonus dungeons that originally released with Nintendo DS’s rendition, not to mention a digital five-song medley, a selection of high-definition wallpapers and liner notes from the game’s original composer, Yasunori Mitsuda, for those who make the purchase prior to April 2. Be sure to drop by Steam and check it out for yourself.
In case you missed it, you can now play as Goku in Grand Theft Auto V.
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