This was just a weird thought that popped into my head one day while playing Chrono Trigger. Exactly what does it smell like inside the beast?
Speaking of playing Chrono Trigger, I've been doing a lot of that recently. Somehow the DS version of the game managed to slip almost completley under my radar, I only found out that it actually existed a day before the release. Hard to believe when you consider I've been waiting for a handeheld port of the game since they started putting the Final Fantasies of the Gameboy Advance. Anyhoo, if your a fan of the original, or have never played the game before I recommend picking it up, it's still a great game.
But if you have the origonal, why buy it again? (not that I actualy BOUGHT the origonal...) I mean, I heard it has an extra.. something.. like, 1 more level, I think...
FF5, is cool though, another class or so, and a boss or two...
I havent heard much about the FF6 remake though
Edit: Oh yea... first time to a first post. XD (Actualy, I think I got one befor... but looking back, I see you said I was dethroned...? You deleate my post 'cause I posted befor YOU or somethin? XD)
It has 1 more dungeon and 1 more ending, sadly I am not going to pay $40 for a game that has worse sound that the original (barely and due to the DS speakers) and one extra thing.
Then again, I may have missed something entirely.
I heard it also has the cutscenes of the PlayStation version
I found out more info about the changes
3. New Content
3.1 Touch Screen and Dual Screen Functionality
Touch screen options are available with the DS version of this game. You can control your characters actions in battle with the touch screen, and access the menu as well.
The game can be played on one single screen (a la the original releases) or can be played utilizing the dual screens. The bottom screen will be used to hold a map of the areas/world, as well as the menu access and battle options. You have the option to rearrange the bottom screen as you see fit.
3.2 Multiplayer Arena
The Arena of the Ages is a monster arena and can be entered at the startup screen or the End of Time. You pick basic monsters and raise them to fight computer and wireless opponents. Depending on when they train, they can evolve into various powerful creatures.
The monsters fight automatically, but are given basic strategies on how to fight based on items you give them. You can win rare and powerful items during these battles for use in regular gameplay.
Posted 11/4/2008 12:19:53 PM
message detail 3.3 New Dungeons
There are reportedly five new dungeons in this game, and all of them will have some basic storyline relevance. There will be at least one new boss, and an additional ending has been confirmed for completing one of the new dungeons.
The Lost Sanctum is a sidequest during the main game. The Dimensional Vortex is available after beating the game once.
3.4 PS1 Added Features
The new features from the PS1 port (animated cutscenes, music player, bestiary and treasure guide) will be available in this game. The slowdown will not.
3.5 Updated Localization
The script has been re-translated to be true to the original Japanese version. The most notable changes are the loss of Frog's old-English accent, the un-censorship of alcohol where the old script had 'soda', and the 'fixing' of some of the more memorable lines and mistranslations of the game.
A number of skills, items and enemy names will also be retranslated to better coincide with the original Japanese text or the script from Chrono Cross.
An archived topic started transcribing some of the new localizations and name changes seen so far. This topic can be found here: http://www.gamefaqs.com/boards/genmessage.php?board=950181&topic=45821285
maybe I'll pick it up, and I think you forgot to use the word "like" in the last panel.
I've been playing it. My first time too. And lord all mighty, I love it!
Perhaps Bologna is the most advanced and powerful of all organic compounds?
As for the CT DS remake I can't believe I forgot when the release date was, I was psyched about this since I found out in... what was it May or something?
I own the original SNES cartridge, but still this news rocked for me especially considering Chrono Trigger is my # 1 most favorite game.
Now if only I had a DS... (typically I play on my brothers, but he's since moved out of the house.)
So behind door number 1 we have a nearly uncontrollable biological weapon that unleashed would kill 90% of life on a space station or a large city. Behind door number 2 we have an even more unstoppable biological weapon that number 1 was created to contain and would probably wipe out a continent before being nuked into submission... and behind door number 3 we have something that eats planets.... Yeah Nack go ahead and sell it on the black market... whats the worst that could happen.
The cold cut business is SO gonna be shot to Hell if word of that get out...