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Square Enix makes further improvements to its disappointing Chrono Trigger PC port
Square Enix has released another update for its disappointing Chrono Trigger PC port, further improving the user interface, overhauling player sprites on the world map, and more – all intended to bring the game more closely in-line with the beloved SNES original.
When Chrono Trigger surprise-launched on Steam back in February, fans were elated – for a few moments, at least. It soon transpired that Chrono Trigger for PC was plagued with issues – including poor performance, an unwieldy interface, and blurry up-scaled sprite art – largely all inherited from the mobile port it was based on.
After widespread criticism, Square announced its intention to address the issues that fans of the classic J-RPG had raised – and has already released one update, adding original-style sprites, a UI overhaul, improved controller and keyboard support, and more.
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