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All the Chrono Trigger Movies you can handle!

That's right, kiddos! We have three (count 'em, THREE) different movies from Chrono Trigger for the Playstation. The first is the introduction movie, which we previously had in QuickTime 4 from the Gaming Intelligence Agency. Now it's back in good ol' MPEG 4. The second movie is an "event" movie compiled of every anime sequence between the beginning and end of the game, adding up to almost 5 minutes of animation in one file! This one is not a spoiler, and it is in fact the most enjoyable to watch. The last one is the ending, which is different from any of the SNES endings (In other words, it's one gargantuous spoiler that only the fearless should download). Click here to go find these three great movies.

Along with this, we deleted the old QuickTime 4 intro and the other 2 Anime movies shown at the Tokyo Game Show (They were all low quality and are not nearly as worthwhile as these new movies).

Special thanks once again to Omega Weapon (Jason Lee) and his site, GaMedia. We told you to expect more movies from him, and you just got a bit more of what you expected! Jason, RPGFan commends you once again for your tireless encoding and uploading efforts. ;)

Date Updated:
November 21st, 1999

Time Updated:
10:38 AM


Ramza

Related Links:
  •   GaMedia
  •   Square of Japan


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