Oh, same here but I think that's a shame. Games shouldn't be judged on the values of what came before nearly as much as they are. Not that they shouldn't be isolated and judged in a vacuum mind you but "Not being Chrono Trigger" is an unfair and rather biased reason to find fault with a game. If we don't deviate from patterns we'll never learn or grow as an industry. I'd much prefer a game that's fun but a little less fun than Chrono Trigger than Chrono Trigger 10: Paint By Numbers. Those games are good not just because they're well made but because there's only one of them. You diminish how good a game is by replicating it until it's a soulless husk of a game devoid of the charm, beauty or heart that made you like the first game in the first place.