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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 01:20pm 06/03/18 | 0 Comments
Last week PC fans got a surprise re-release of classic 16-bit era RPG Chrono Trigger on Steam. And what began as initial excitement quickly took a turn once players found out that it was port of an iOS version. A shoddy one at that, with tacky UI and questionable filtering in tow.

In response to the negative response, the publisher has taken to Steam to post the following response.

Hi everyone, thank you for the feedback you've shared so far regarding CHRONO TRIGGER.

We wanted to let you know that we are reading and listening to your messages and are aware of all of the issues that you've raised, which we are currently assessing. Please keep an eye on the Steam page for further information.

Thanks for your patience and support.

Which doesn't really say much, or apologise. Now, if we are to believe that Square Enix will fix the version of Chrono Trigger currently on Steam then the best course of action would be to simply swap the entire game out with a better emulated version of the SNES original.

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