He singled out "Scars of Time" and "Radical Dreamers" as especially worthy of praise. Radical Dreamers was a 1996 text-based Visual Novel set as a gaiden, or side story, to Chrono Trigger. Menu. Radical Dreamers, the music of which heavily inspired the soundtrack of Chrono Cross, has not sparked any albums, though some songs from its soundtrack were reused in Chrono Cross. [31] "Time's Scar" was featured by NPR in a program about classically arranged video game scores in December 2012. 27 acessos. [2] Appearing in Chrono Cross are "Gale", "Frozen Flame", "Viper Manor", "Far Promise ~ Dream Shore" (as part of "On the Beach of Dreams - Another World" and "The Dream that Time Dreams"), "The Girl who Stole the Stars", and "Epilogue ~ Dream Shore" (as part of "Jellyfish Sea"). [2] To complement the theme of parallel worlds, he gave the songs for the two worlds of the game, Another and Home, respectively dark and bright moods. The music of Chrono Cross was composed by Yasunori Mitsuda, the main composer of Chrono Trigger and Radical Dreamers. Warning, overactive imagination, will come up with crazy ideas at a moment's notice. The soundtrack spans three discs and 67 tracks, covering a duration of 3 hours. ". [28] Sheet music for Chrono Cross tracks arranged for both solo guitar and guitar duets has been released by Procyon Studio. This was eventually released by Square Enix Music on October 14, 2015. In 2005, Mitsuda announced a new arranged album of Chrono Cross music was scheduled for release in July of that year. The Chrono Cross Original Soundtrack is a soundtrack of the music from Chrono Cross, composed by Yasunori Mitsuda. Persona 3-5's end songs are all terrific. I didn't know there was such thing as various endings back then so I thought that was the lamest s*** ever. The song was very pleasant for the ears though. To get this, you have to use the Chrono Cross in the final battle, after using Elements in this order: Yellow, Red, Green, Blue, Black, White. User Info: DtecnoKira. Players can listen to the game's 15 songs by accessing a hidden menu in one of the game's scenarios. True ending. The game's magical system focuses on Elements, which unleash magic effects upon the enemy or party and must be equipped for use (much like the material of 1997's Final Fantasy VII).Elements can be purchased from shops or found in treasure chests littered throughout areas. [6], Xenogears contributor Tomohiko Kira played guitar on the beginning and ending themes. I was playing the game with a guide that came in a magazine. The "Real" Ending. [7] IGN, in their review of the game, termed the soundtrack "a brilliant score" that "does wonders in stirring the emotional strings of the players as they're playing through the game". [24][25] The concerts featured a suite of music from both games interspersed together with the songs from Cross comprising "Scars of Time", "Gale", "Brink of Death", and "Prisoners of Fate". - Results (57 votes), I'd go with a 3rd option "I don't remember". [8] It reached #72 on the Japan Oricon charts on its first print and #174 when reprinted. [1] Mitsuda was happy to accomplish even half of what he envisioned. [1] Ryo Yamazaki, a synthesizer programmer for Square Enix, helped Mitsuda transfer his ideas to the PlayStation's sound capabilities. [2] The soundtrack has been described as having "some of the most haunting melodies known to man". [11] In a separate piece about Japanese RPG composers, however, IGN called "Scars of Time" and "Arni Village - Home World" as two of Mitsuda's most memorable tracks in naming him the second best out of ten behind Nobuo Uematsu. A related popular album release was Radical Dreamers: Thieves of Fate, an unofficial download-only album release by the remix website OverClocked ReMix on January 5, 2008 containing 15 remixes of the soundtrack to Radical Dreamers, including remixes of the tracks that later appeared in Chrono Cross. You're browsing the GameFAQs Message Boards as a guest. [27] "Scars of Time" was played at the Fantasy Comes Alive concert in Singapore on April 30, 2010. [2] The soundtrack includes several ambient pieces, including the sound of water running in a fountain and wind accompanied by strings. The five-track disc was composed by Yasunori Mitsuda, has a length of 15:47[13] and was published by Square along with the game on August 15, 2000. A True Hero. Let's not care too much. For Chrono Cross on the PlayStation, a GameFAQs message board topic titled "Chrono Cross Ending *Spoilers*". The ending where there is no ending and it skips right to the credits roll. [12], Chrono Cross Music Selection is a mini-album of Chrono Cross music that was released in North America exclusively as a bonus for pre-ordering Chrono Cross. If being open to things is a crime, then I deserve the death penalty. [9][10] It was praised by reviewers such as Patrick Gann of RPGFan, who called it his favorite video game music soundtrack of all time and especially praised the vocals in "Radical Dreamers ~ Unstolen Jewel ~".