Tonight February 2022 Nintendo Direct Nintendo and Square Enix announced Chrono Cross Remaster – in line with what we’ve seen with re-releases in the Final Fantasy series (most significantly, Final Fantasy 8 Remaster).
The game, which you can pre-order from today through the Nintendo eShop, will launch on the system on April 7. You’ll be able to turn off enemy encounters in the game, as well as play the Radical section. Dreamers of the same name of the game. – a side story that connects both Chrono Cross and Chrono Trigger. As of now, we can’t play this game other than with the Japan-only SNES adapter. So that’s a pretty good reason to get back into the game!
This remake announcement links back to an old report from March 2021 in which Forever Entertainment announced it would be partnering with Square Enix to remake “some” of the titles. At the time, the company noted that all of these titles will be under the same “brand” owned by the publisher. Does this mean there will be more Chrono Content in the future?
According to the report, Forever Entertainment’s projects will feature “new graphic design” but keep the “gameplay and scenario” of the original – and that seems pretty consistent with what we’ve seen in the past. tonight.
If you’re curious about where else the developer has used his rework, you may be familiar with the developer’s work on Panzer Dragoon remaster on Switch.
In theory, this project looks beautiful – let’s hope it doesn’t go out like Chrono Trigger PC version Launched in 2018.
https://www.vg247.com/chrono-cross-remaster-nintendo-switch-direct Chrono Cross: Radical Dreamers Edition is a remake of the original, coming to Nintendo Switch in April