By Spencer . April 22, 2011 . 1:54am
Chrono Trigger is on its way to becoming a PsOne Classic in North America. While Square Enix have not announced the classic time traveling RPG for PlayStation Network, the ESRB beat them to the punch and rated the game for PlayStation 3 and PSP.
The PsOne version of Chrono Trigger added an animated opening movie, ending animation that ties into Chrono Cross, and… longer loading times between battles. Features like the Dimensional Vortex and Lost Sanctum are only in the Nintendo DS version.
One interesting tidbit about the ESRB and Chrono Trigger is the Super Nintendo version is rated "E" for everyone. Chrono Trigger for the Nintendo DS is "E-10" and Chrono Trigger on PS3/PSP is "T" for teen. I wonder what pushed the PsOne version over the edge to be a "T" rated game. That translation, if I remember correctly, didn’t even mention the stuff Chrono drank with Ayla was alcohol…