1. [PSN] Chrono Cross

Re: [PSN] Chrono Cross

Maar even één ding tussen-door dames. Dit is oud nieuws.

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  • Maar even één ding tussen-door dames. Dit is oud nieuws.

    http://www.insidegamer.nl/forum/viewtop ... sc&start=0
  • Hier wachte je op ? Op ouwe meuk ? :)
  • Awesome! Hier wachte ik op. Dat worden vele plezierige uurtjes achter de PSP :D
  • Awesome. Snel Playstation 3 kopen!

  • Chrono Cross and Final Fantasy Origins Headed to PSN, ESRB Listings Suggest

    Slowly but surely, Square Enix continues to bring many of its older PlayStation games to the PlayStation Network. Sony erroneously announced that Chrono Trigger and Final Fantasy VI (better known to many as Final Fantasy III) were going to be out on the PlayStation Store in North America this week. Both are games we know are coming and this week seemed as good as any to release them, but Sony later realized it had made a mistake and clarified that neither game was slated for this week.
    Disappointing as that may be, this may make up for it: another pair of Square Enix games seem to be destined for PSN releases. The ESRB has published listings for Chrono Cross and Final Fantasy Origins, Joystiq reports. They are each listed as being for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Portable; PSone Classics on PSN are playable on both platforms and this is very often how we find out about these games' re-releases ahead of time.

    Square Enix hasn't made any official announcement about either coming to North America.

    Chrono Cross was released on the PlayStation Store in Japan this past July. It's the sequel to Chrono Trigger and was originally released here in 2000. Prior to the Japanese PSN re-release, it had not been ported to any other platforms.

    Final Fantasy Origins consists of the first two Final Fantasy games for NES, each of which came out on PSN in Japan in 2009. They have been released individually on PSP, the Wii's Virtual Console, and iOS, among other platforms in North America.

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