ChroniclesMain MenuIntroduction to ChroniclesAn introduction to Chronicles with detailed information about the projectSuper Nintendo Entertainment System ReleaseSNES Release's Opening PagePlaystation Re-ReleaseOpening page for Playstation re-releaseNintendo Dual System Re-ReleaseOpening Page of the Nintendo Dual System re-releaseMobile iOS and Android Re-ReleaseOpening Page of Mobile iOS and Android re-releaseTraversals and Interviews DocumentationThe documentation used for the traversals and InterviewsAuthor and Contributors' BiosThe bios of those who authored and produced PathfindersMadeleine Brookman793490c7e41f4e0efe523b50970c1632a02f214bNouspace Publications | Washington State University Vancouver
12015-06-28T01:26:11-07:00Dene Grigarae403ae38ea2a2cccdec0313e11579da14c92f28549713Contains information regarding translation in the SNES version of Chrono Triggerplain1627822015-09-18T05:50:12-07:00Madeleine Brookman793490c7e41f4e0efe523b50970c1632a02f214bPlaystation Re-ReleaseOpening page for Playstation re-releaseBy far, the most divergent aspect of the Japanese and North American releases of Chrono Trigger was the translation of textual content, which impacted everything from linguistic meaning to user-interface design. Japanese expressions, puns, and culturally-specific articles did not translate well into English, and harsh censorship rules regulated by Nintendo of America revised contextual scenarios. Furthermore, processing capacity for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) was limited, shackling much of the English text to shortened versions of former authentic merit. In order to make up for these discrepancies, North American idioms and references were added, embellishing large sections of the original Japanese script. Mistranslations and grammatical issues also found their way into the final product (most likely as a result of the short period time afforded to translator Ted Woolsey).
The following is a list of major censorship guidelines, cultural changes, and textual revisions that occurred during localization. There is also a comprehensive chart from Khwazit that displays the many name changes of creatures, places, and items.
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12015-07-28T03:22:52-07:00Madeleine Brookman793490c7e41f4e0efe523b50970c1632a02f214bCultural Linguistics4Contains information regarding language themes featured in the SNES version of Chrono Triggerplain1631772015-08-04T16:43:19-07:00Madeleine Brookman793490c7e41f4e0efe523b50970c1632a02f214b
12015-07-28T03:37:29-07:00Madeleine Brookman793490c7e41f4e0efe523b50970c1632a02f214bMistranslations7Contains information regarding mistranslations featured in the SNES version of Chrono Triggerplain2015-08-06T02:48:21-07:00Madeleine Brookman793490c7e41f4e0efe523b50970c1632a02f214b