chrono-trigger sequelWe’ve been waiting for a Chrono Trigger sequel since Square Enix registered Chrono Break back in 2001, but the trademark had since expired in the US as of December last year and will follow suit in Japan in July 2012.

So understandably, there was a lot of excitement when Square Enix registered and

chronobind.netchronobind.comHowever, PlayStation Lifestyle recently detailed the new FFXIII-2 DLC episode Sazh: Heads Or Tails?, which includes 2 new card games: Serendipity Poker and Chronobind, which will be available in the Serendipity Casino area.

FFXIII-2 Chronobind card game DLCThe DLC will be available tomorrow on PSN for $2.99 and XBL for 240 MS points.

Unfortunately this may be as close as we can get to anything Chrono related for the time being.

  • Brendan van der Vlist

    I know that news will upset a whole lot of people I know. My personal horrible gaming secret….. I’ve never played Chrono Trigger :S