Greatest Game Art Ever (This Week): Chrono, Kid, Lucca + More
Here's a blast from the past! And present and future, too, we guess. We're taking a look at Chrono Trigger and Chrono Cross in this installment of the Greatest Game Art Ever. Wanna talk about epic adventures that cross time and space? Then this is the video game series for you.
Chrono Trigger was one of the biggest role-playing games on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System and its sequel, Chrono Cross, was one of the best on the PlayStation One. Both boasted amazing narratives and a wide cast of characters who were all memorable in their own rights. And with art from 'Dragon Ball' creator Akira Toriyama, there was a certain aesthetic quality to the games that was unmatched. Check out all of the great homages to Chrono Trigger and Chrono Cross in the gallery below.
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Chrono Trigger Fan Art by XGoldenboyX
Chrono Trigger - Lavos by Sooperkreep
Chrono Trigger by Artsandro
Chrono Trigger Ayla by kajinman
Chrono Trigger by rayme3000
Lucca Ashtear - Chrono Trigger by the-muddy
Lucca Fan Art by elf-x
Manoria Cathedral by Chiyoo
Ayla Fan Art by dark-maggot
Chrono Trigger: Giga Gaia Battle by Raul-Leyva
The Time Devourer by dodgetoolabuse
Magus Casts a Spell by Bo-Po-Mo-Fo
What Came from the Sea by kra
Frog from Chrono Trigger by xEclypze
Brave Swordsman Glenn by MrJason929
Ozzie's in a Pickle by GlennSueznin
Lynx by Shalmons
The Girl Who Stole the Stars by GDBee
Orlha: Waitress Fighter by ReeveLy
Lucca, Robo - Totoro by the-muddy