Chrono Trigger

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  1. sphinx.djc
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    sphinx.djc GBAtemp Regular

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    Apr 6, 2009
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    Just my luck... I just entered the time portal into 12,000 BO (the antiquity age) my first time making it this far in the game. I exited one of the cities after fighting the Nu and I decided to save, game locked up, music kept playing, so I reset. I come back in, and my save file is corrupt. The game pretty much says to press 'A' or tap the screen to delete the corrupted save files, I didn't delete anything yet. This has never happened to me in Chrono Trigger, the last time I backed up I was more than a week ago which will set me back a few hours unfortunately.

    Would anyone have a save they'd be willing to share somewhere around where I am? Or is there a way I can save my corrupted save and get it to work again?
     
  2. aphirst

    aphirst "Aren't girls with pee-pees just men?"

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    Personally, I'd think yourself lucky that you're even the type of person to make backups. A few hours isn't that bad, to be honest, given that most people don't take precautions.

    Sadly, I don't have any experience with any save-file corruption in Chrono Trigger; so if there is a way to restore your save, I'm not the one who'll tell you.

    Best of luck, though. [​IMG]
     
  3. sphinx.djc
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    sphinx.djc GBAtemp Regular

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    I make backups every time I put on new games or am about to update, or if I think I've gone too long without one. This backup though I think is further back game wise, I played a lot of Chrono Trigger so its gonna suck having to catch up [​IMG]
     
  4. Nimbus

    Nimbus sudo /usr/bin make-me-a-coffee --nosugar --cream=1

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    Nov 1, 2009
    Probably being lazy.
    Yeah, it kinda sucks when you lose your save files.

    Still I wonder why it happened.

    Although it really wouldn't affect me, I've played through Chrono Trigger so many times on the SNES as a kid that I've literally become a living walk-through for the game.
     
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