Boy, does time fly. Fourteen years ago, I remember playing an SNES game with an unusual title called Chrono Trigger. Before playing Chrono, I knew little about this RPG, other than the fact that it was developed by a “Dream Team”. At the time, I was unaware that this “Dream Team” consisted of Final Fantasy head-honcho, Hironobu Sakaguchi, and the Enix final boss, Yuji Horii. It also included a renowned anime artist, Akira Toriyama (responsible for Dragon Ball Z and the Dragon Quest series), and two fabulous composers: Nobuo Uematsu and Yasunori Mitsuda.