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Chrono Trigger MSU-1

Hack of Chrono Trigger

Description:

This patch adds support for CD quality audio to Chrono Trigger using MSU-1 chip invented by byuu. So far, it is only supported and tested on BSNES, higan and the SD2SNES flashcart.

If the MSU-1 is not detected, the patch plays the original music, thus the patch works on all emulators (but it is less fun to listen to). Some alteration might happen when running on a emulator or flash cart that doesn’t support MSU-1.

Everything to build the audio pack is included in the patch but you have the buy Blake Robinson’s Chrono Symphony in FLAC format first, see README for more details.

ROM / ISO Information:

  • Bank: HiROM
  • Country: USA
  • Interleaved: NO
  • Internal ROM Checksum: 0x788C
  • Game Revision: 1.0
  • ROM Size: 32 Megabytes
  • ROM Speed: 120ns (FastROM)
  • SRAM: YES, Internal, 64 Kilobytes
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  • Checksums
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  • Chrono Trigger (U) [!].sfc
  • Verified Good Dump
  • CRC32: 2D206BF7
  • MD5: A2BC447961E52FD2227BAED164F729DC
  • RIPEMD-160: C1DC528AA21D9E3F00E7571A98AF0BB4B6598564
  • SHA-1: DE5822F4F2F7A55ACB8926D4C0EAA63D5D989312
  • SHA-256: 06D1C2B06B716052C5596AAA0C2E5632A027FEE1A9A28439E509F813C30829A9

Links:

Screenshots:


Credits:

Credits
ContributorType of contributionListed credit
DarkShockHackingASM hacking & coding, music editing
Blake RobinsonMusicMusic reorchestration

User Review Information

24 bucks for better music...

Reviewed By: Thirteen 1355 on 18 Feb 2016

This hack is really well-made, the remastered music is none short of amazing, but there is one thing completely shutting this off: The price for the complete album is 24 dollar! This means the remastered music is more expensive than the game itself was for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System! I was prepared to pay about 10 dollar for this, but 20?! That’s way too much!

Of course you could search for some illegal, free version. But that would be disrespectful to the creators of this wonderful album.

But given the price, I wonder how many players of this hack actually have obtained the album in a legal manner…

Version 1.1 Recommended - No

User Reviews
HeadlineAuthorDateVersionRecommended
24 bucks for better music...Thirteen 135518 Feb 20161.1No
Disruptive Dissonanceobscurumlux0109 Oct 20151.0No
Great twist to an old ClassicCael07 Oct 20151.0Yes
Chrono Trigger with glorious musicFluxrez26 Sep 20151.0Yes
The MSU-1 Hack That Got It Right.Chronosplit26 Sep 20151.0Yes