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Chrono Trigger is a role-playing video game released by Square, originally for the SNES and later for the PlayStation, Nintendo DS and mobile devices. It is often times regarded as one of the greatest video games of all time.

Sales figuresEdit

Year Platform Title Worldwide
sales
Japan
sales
North America
sales
Europe
sales
Gross
(no inflation)
Gross
(with inflation)
Notes
1995 SNES Chrono Trigger 2,310,000 2,030,000[1] 289,000[2] N/A $288,243,900 $462,927,635 [n 1]
1999 PS1 Chrono Trigger 330,000 330,000[6] N/A N/A $15,873,000 $23,318,027 [n 2]
2001 PS1 Final Fantasy Chronicles 375,384 N/A 375,384[9] N/A $14,996,591 $20,726,354 [n 3]
2008 DS Chrono Trigger 790,000[11] 490,000 240,000 60,000 $40,583,600 $46,128,562 [n 4]
2011 Android Chrono Trigger 100,000+[17] ? ? ? $1,100,000 $1,196,657 [n 5]
2018 Steam Chrono Trigger 15,000[20] ? ? ? $224,850 $224,850 [n 6]
Total 3,920,384+ 2,850,000+ 904,384+ 60,000+ $361,021,941 $579,811,171

Sales historyEdit

On the Super Nintendo, the game went on to sell 2.31 million copies. In Japan it sold 2.03 million copies, while in America it went on to sell 289,000 copies. For the Nintendo DS version, the first day sales of the title in Japan were 176,000 copies sold, 46% of the initial shipment.

NotesEdit

  1. SNES cartridge prices:
    • Japan: ¥12,312[3] ($131.03)[4]
    • United States: $77[5]
  2. Chrono Trigger (PlayStation)
  3. Final Fantasy Chronicles (PlayStation)
    • United States: $39.95[10]
  4. Nintendo DS cartridge prices:
  5. Android average download price: $11
    • United States: $9.99[17]
    • United Kingdom: £6.99[18] ($12)[19]
  6. Steam price: $14.99[20]


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