One of the biggest RPG’s of all time was released in 1995 on the Super Nintentdo gaming console. The name of that game is Chrono Trigger. Because of the popularity of RPG’s after the emergence of Final Fantasy VII on the PlayStation 1, it was only right that Square Soft (now called Square Enix) re-release Chrono Trigger for the newer generation at that time.
The ported PlayStation 1 version of the game was released in 2001 with fully animated cut-scenes. Around that time, Dragon Ball Z was largely popular all over the world and the artist Akira Toriyama helmed the project. His signature “DBZ” style was displayed in Chrono Trigger, making the game even more popular.