False alarm: Chrono Bind trademark from Square points back to FFXIII-2

By Johnny Cullen, Tuesday, 28 February 2012 07:20 GMT

Expecting that Chrono Trigger sequel anytime soon? It’s not called Chrono Bind anyways.

Square Enix’s registered a trademark with the name in Japan for domains chronobind.com and chronobind.net, suggesting a sequel could have been in the works.

Instead, as pointed out by Siliconera, it’s the name of a card game that is part of a DLC pack for Final Fantasy XIII-2.

This could be tied in with the upcoming DLC featuring Sazh. Just guessing. For the rest of Chrono nation, keep dreaming.

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