Radical Dreamers

Some articles on radical dreamers, dreamers:

Chrono (series) - Music
... Mitsuda went on to compose the soundtrack for Radical Dreamers, which was never commercially released as an album ... Noriko Mitose, as selected by Masato Kato, sang the ending song, "Radical Dreamers ~ Le Trésor Interdit" ... Certain songs were ported from the score of Radical Dreamers, while other entries in the soundtrack contain leitmotifs from both Chrono Trigger and Radical Dreamers ...
Radical Dreamers: Nusumenai Hōseki
... Radical Dreamers Nusumenai Hōseki (Japanese Radical Dreamers –盗めない宝石–?, lit ... Radical Dreamers The Unstealable Jewel") is a Japanese video game produced by Square (now Square Enix) in 1996 for the Satellaview add-on for the Nintendo Super ... Radical Dreamers and other Satellaview titles were planned to be released at the Akihabara electronics district of Tokyo ...
List Of Characters In Chrono Trigger - Other Appearances - In Radical Dreamers
... Magus appears in Radical Dreamers as Gil, a shadowy and handsome member of the Radical Dreamers thieving group ... mentioned in Chrono Cross in an easter egg designating the events of Radical Dreamers as having taken place in an alternate dimension ...
Chrono Cross - Music
... Noriko Mitose, as selected by Masato Kato, sang the ending song—"Radical Dreamers – The Unstolen Jewel" ... Certain songs were ported from the score of Radical Dreamers, such as Gale, Frozen Flame, and Viper Mansion ... in the soundtrack contain leitmotifs from Chrono Trigger and Radical Dreamers ...
Enhasa - Legacy - Sequels
... Square released a fourth Satellaview game in 1996, named Radical Dreamers Nusumenai Hōseki ... Dreamers functioned as a side story to Chrono Trigger, resolving a loose subplot from its predecessor ... Square planned to release Radical Dreamers as an easter egg in the PlayStation edition of Chrono Trigger, but Kato was unhappy with his work and halted its inclusion ...

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