Chrono Trigger has become so popular after the virtual demise of the Super Nintendo system, that it is actually a valuable game. I was at Funcoland recently, trying to buy back a representaton of my childhood, and in looking through the catalogue there, found Chrono Trigger to be $49.99. Every other SNES game didn't go for any more than Twenty. (The system did not even cost me that much.)

I was quite astounded by this, but I am glad that people do value quality, even if it is eventually. It feels as if some artist became famous after his or her death, and we can only enjoy the work as a piece of antiquity. This is one game that deserves to be played.