Unlike other games for the SNES (Or NES), the gameplay and difficulty is unbalanced.
A majority of their fanatics play both games for the storyline... And I think it's dissapointing if I ever turned on my SNES console just to say "lol kefka", "omg lavos" at the screen.
Not just that, I think it's dissapointing that more interesting games such as Ninja Gaiden Trilogy, Earthbound and Final Fight are neglected through FF6 and CT.
I think Square has not defined to us what an RPG, or even a game, should be.
That's why I feel my opinion here is mandoratory. Everyone has submitted 'definitions' that don't even barely define what Chrono Trigger is. They just brown nose Square and say it's the best video game every created.
Just actually write a definition and not an opinion.
Still, I don't think this will even enforce the behaviour of this dictionary.
Twists (e.g. Magus was sent back in time and became an evil mystic lord, while in reality, was trying to kill Lavos all along)
Items/Equipment Originality (Rainbow Sword, Sun Shades, Taban Eqp./Unlike Final fantasy games for SNES that use the same weapons such as Mythril Knives and Armlets >.<")
Skill individuality (Aside from magus sharing one skill with Marle, Crono, and Lucca, all characters have special skills that only they use. Also, skills can be combined to create new ones <First introduced in Chrono Trigger>