Guardian writes: "The cult Japanese role-playing game Chrono Trigger was released in the US and Japan in 1995, but never made it to Europe. Until now. Initially, at least, Europeans may be underwhelmed. This is Japanese gaming from the old school - think spiky-haired teenagers, clumsy dialogue and cutesy graphics. But while the look may have dated, the game has aged well, especially the core time-travel component. This sees you whizzing back in time to fix a problem that in turn solves your current-day conundrum."