Kato has a really stupid streak. Its the only fair thing, I guess. The enemies there aren't too hard and they give on the order of 4000-6500 experience points per battle, a great way to level up for the final dungeon. It also takes two optional arguments. He's also a nice Jewish boy and thinks Wind Waker is the best Zelda.
It's satisfying, to say the least, to think that I'm the one responsible for everything that happened to this project. The developers admitted that Marle was not intended to be a solo character. Lucca and Belthasar can make imperfect semi-stable Time Eggs, but only Gaspar can make perfectly stable ones. Crono and Marle probably needed to die during this story, its the only solution to Kato's huge plotholes. Well, the game does answer all those questions, along with a ton more that nobody asked for. Current retirement plan: gunpla and Nendoroids. This is when she was supposed to be playable.
They simply stood on the work of greater designers, so they don't deserve the credit for this. Okay, let's talk story now. But, in any case, it probably drove Marle to relinquish Guardia's throne without protesting much. And there's no explanation as to why she didn't join before, suddenly she's feeling better. Here we have the futuristic domed world that only appeared in a cutscene in the original game come to life. I just beat Chrono Trigger and I'm itching to play this sequel.
There are a handful of new eras to explore, most notably a Future That Did Not Refuse to Change, where you can find Chronopolis. Reptites in a fit of rage after finding Marle's corpse. Less in Flames of Eternity, but the enemies are still strong. Sure wish the Agent didn't sound so ridiculous with the French accent, though. Hellspawns was banned from Gamespot, but not on here, i find that weird, but oh well, there doesn't seem to be a Hellspawns on Kager, which leads me further to believe he is Alien, who was banned on it, and I haven't found either name on the compendium site.
There's something still missing, something that needs to tie everything up. Perhaps King Zeal is what happens when a short bus kid ends up as the greatest mage in history. Reptites in his grieving rage. Well, Kajar Labs still did the best job they ever could, we have to remember that. Balthasar in Chronopolis gives you a mission, you go out, kick ass, return to Chronopolis over and over.
Kasmir: I have no place in time anymore. They are all deliberately vague, according to the developers, and it's left up to player interpretation as to whether they're accurate portrayals of the various characters' situations or merely illusions of their fears and worries conjured by the Frozen Flame to mess with their heads. I really don't get his goal in this game. I first played this 3 years ago and I got out graph papers to try and figure out the chronology of this game confusing as crap at times. Oh, you have no choice at all in this, you have to murder that guy. A case could also be made for King Zeal. Anonymous I for one will reccomend any Chrono Trigger fan to play this game, its a staple and no question should be played.
Even a Chrono Trigger cannot resurrect those sent there. First he's trying to kill Lavos in the past to save Zeal, then he's trying to kill off Crono and co. The story is darker, and I like that. I'd fight for that kingdom! As a piece of fanficion as you called it, its brilliant. Unfortunately you can't fly your time-traveling Airship through any of these new worlds, and a lot of locations within them seem unfinished.
Hahah oh god when I created this topic and it was purely created to make Square Enix think Crimson Echoes was highly anticipated and popular and going to be sold for money, btw , and sent that email, I never thought they'd actually shut them down. As for Chrono and Marle not protecting Guardia-you realize there were far more important things to deal with right, like you know King Zeal? But is their best good enough? The gameplay and 'comprehension' may be two different mindsets. Its pathetic what some people get off from. Plus, Belthasar mentions that His Grace was gonna be dead soon anyway, and in her grief that version of Marle could have convinced herself that Porre somehow killed him. In pursuit of that, they even went so far as to avert Crono's habits. He was being manipulated in desire by Lavos, which was why he was trying to get the gang out of his way and toying with them he even realizes it.
I only bashed it nine or ten times. Since he holds the Frozen Flame, his mind is being corrupted by Lavos to go wander the world and cause chaos. Completely played straight in Flames of Eternity, however. Plus I have the uncomfortable feeling that Kino was killed to pair Ayla up with Frog. The solo Marle part was aggrivating a bit, as was Magus's at the beginning.
There was an attempt to include some kind of political and economic overtones in the game, but this only succeeded in boring the shit out of me. King Zeal is fought three times through the game — a at the beginning, a later, and phase one of the final battle with the same stats each time. Crimson Echoes stands apart from most fan-made games as a nigh-professional-quality production intended to bridge the story gaps between and. You'll want to, but it has it's own charm, and despite there being a bajillion characters, there are some that are pretty cool. Honestly I loved that game.