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Final fantasy chronicles IV.

Edition PlayStation [1]
Imprint Los Angeles, CA : Square Enix U.S.A., Inc., [2003], c2001.
Description 2 computer optical optical discs : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (57 p. : col. ill. ; 12 cm.)
Language English
Subject Computer adventure games.
Fantasy games -- Computer games.
Imaginary places -- Computer games.
Magic -- Computer games.
Imaginary places.
Magic.
Video games.
Computer games.
Video games.
Format Unknown
Local Note Consoles available at the Media Arts, Data and Design Center (MADD) on the first floor of Crerar.
URL for this record http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/8738710
Varying Form of Title Final fantasy 4
At head of title: Final fantasy chronicles
Other title Chrono trigger.
Notes Final fantasy IV: 1 or 2 players; Chrono trigger: 1 player.
Titles from disc labels.
"Greatest hits" version released June 2003.
Re-release of 2 complete classic games enhanced with new cinemas and features: Final fantasy IV originally produced as Final fantasy II in 1991; Chrono trigger, in 1995.
System requirements: PlayStation [1]; memory card, 1 block. Software is compatible with PlayStation and PS One game consoles with the NTSC U/C designation.
Summary Includes two classic computer games: Final Fantasy IV (originally released as Final fantasy II) is a fantasy adventure game, completely restored with new magic, monsters, items, CG cinemas, and added features; Chrono Trigger is a time-traveling prequel to Chrono Cross, also enhanced with all-new animated scenes.
Target Audience ESRB rating: T, teen (mild violence, suggestive themes).
Standard no. 662248901015
Publisher's no. SLUS-01360GH Square Enix
SLUS-01363GH Square Enix

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Call Number: GV1469.35.F564 2003

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