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UPC-A662248908298   UPC-A barcode 662248908298
Product NameChrono Trigger
CategoryElectronics / Photography: Computer/Console Game
Short DescriptionHeight:0.25 inches / Length:5 inches / Weight:0.27 pounds / Width:5.5 inches
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Price New22.95 US Dollars    (curriencies)
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Long DescriptionAfter 13 long years, the role playing game of the ages finally returns with Chrono Trigger for the Nintendo DS. This chapter begins when a newly developed teleportation device malfunctions, and young Crono must journey through time to rescue a mysterious girl from an intricate web of past and present perils. Enhanced with Nintendo DS's dual-screen presentation, stylus controls, and a host of great new features, this classic tale returns to a modern, portable platform. After 13 long years, the role playing game of the ages finally returns with Chrono Trigger for the Nintendo DS. View larger. Gameplay is enhanced with Nintendo DS's dual-screen, stylus controls, and a host of great new features. View larger. And so the Story Goes. . . Through a chance encounter amid the festivitie
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