Peter Paltridge

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Chrono Cross: The Radical Dreamers Edition has been out for a week now, and I’ve been enjoying it a lot. Some have complained about the framerate issues, which were there in the original game (though a Digital Foundry inspection found the “new” version to be slightly worse at it). Though not without flaws, the game is Square at its creative peak: a wholly beautiful and engrossing world, memorable characters and hard-hitting twists that make it impossible to put the controller down. Then there’s the soundtrack, which has never been bested by anyone.
Chrono Cross hasn’t been readily available for a while now: the last time it was technically sold was on the Playstation 3, buried in the “Classics” section of their store (and it may have expired). One might ask, what took so long? Koichiro Sakamoto, the producer of the remaster, revealed in...

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