Video Game | Action, Adventure, Fantasy
Crono, a young boy, is thrust to adventure by destiny to destroy an oncoming threat that will destroy the world in 1999.
Yasunori Mitsuda lost several work-in-progress musical tracks due to a hard drive crash.
What you say? No rubbish, or Ayla head go boom!
The cover art of the box art for the USA Super Nintendo version shows Marie casting a Fire spell, but she cannot do this as only Lucca as that ability. Marie can only cast Ice spells.
In addition to the two main endings, of which there are two versions, depending on whether you attacked Lavos with the Epoch or not, there are also ten additional endings, most of them light and goofy, that can be accessed by the bucket in the End of Time or Lucca's Telepod, at various points during the game. However, since Lavos is incredibly hard, you should only attempt this with the New Game+ option, after you have beaten the game.
A new version was released for the Playstation in Japan on November 2nd 1999, complete with new anime scenes and a comprehensive database of items, maps, music, bosses, monsters, and endings.