VGC.com reports they’ve received multiple confirmations that Square Enix has been working on a remastered edition of the Playstation classic Chrono Cross, and will be offering it digitally for consoles and PC very soon…as soon as next month, possibly.
We’re thrilled by this news — Chrono Cross is one of Square’s finest. We admit the story is a morose mess and there are too many characters to collect, but what it lacks in substance it makes up in style. Chrono Cross whisks you into another world like few other games can. The tropical setting and painted backgrounds are absolutely captivating. This game should not be buried on the PS1 (or on the PS3 store, the only place you can currently buy it).
Though some will (rightfully) be sore that Chrono Cross is making it to modern consoles before Chrono Trigger, Cross is a great game in its own right, and has what is unarguably the finest soundtrack to any game ever made. Which is why a bit of this rumor has us concerned…one of VGC’s sources is someone who claims to have “worked on the soundtrack.”
What do they mean “worked” on the soundtrack? The soundtrack’s already done! It’s perfect! We CAN hear the original, right? The option will be there, right? Right??
Even though we want Chrono Cross on PS5 and Switch, a “redone” soundtrack is the kind of thing that’s a dealbreaker. Hopefully we get some actual information soon. It’s unknown when Square plans to announce this thing — we’re assuming it’s one of those “instant release upon announcement” deals that happen during Nintendo Directs and Sony States Of Play. Neither are confirmed to be happening in December. The closest thing is the Game Awards on December 9.
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