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Chrono Trigger
Game Description:An SNES RPG favorite returns as Chrono Trigger is reborn on Nintendo DS. The epic storyline sends young hero Crono hurtling through time after a teleportation machine breaks down during the Millennial Fair. Originally just out to save his companion, Crono eventually finds himself up against an evil that's out to destroy the world. He must act quickly to alter history and write a better future. Fight compelling battles using the unique combination of an Active Time Battle System and Tech Skills. This updated classic adds a new dungeon and Wireless Play option, while taking full advantage of the dual-screen presentation and Touch Screen interface.
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