The "at long last" in the title there is maybe a liiitle bit joking—after all, we've had several versions of Chrono Trigger available for some time now, from the original versions to the Wii virtual console and the Nintendo DS, through the many versions that are playable through emulation. I've played through the game a couple of times now, but haven't touched it in a while, partly because I have been waiting for it to come to iOS.
It's nice to see, then, that Square Enix has been re-releasing so many of its classic games on the iDevices to supplement its original iOS games like Chaos Rings. It sounds as though the iPhone version of Final Fantasy Tactics has a lot of stability and performance issues, though I'm holding out on making a judgement until I pick it up for iPad (assuming it's still slated for release on the larger-screened device). And given the fact that Tactics went for the bananas price of $16, I'm a little worried that the company is reaming consumers by sticking a huge price tag on what might turn out to be a shoddy port.