Final Fantasy VIII remains a classic form of art and storytelling.
12 May 2013
Summary: Final Fantasy VIII, although not one of the most popular ones, is one of my favorites. You can fall into the character right away, and the story keeps going to places you never saw coming. The romance and tensity makes for a great and compelling venture through the world, and the combat system rewards your work. Interactive limit breaks! If running this game on a newer system (Vista and up) make SURE to check for patches and fixes.
Summary: this is my number 1 game ever. FF7 is #2. the GF's, story lines, multiple limit breaks (which are fun to use cause they are easier to get in this game) with the whole card game, as well as side quests, for any final fantasy or RPG lover, this is a must game. but if you dont know that yet, you been under a rock or something?
Excerpt: Squall Leonhart is a student of a military school, the Balamb Garden, who becomes a member of an elite mercenary force, SeeD, after helping halt the invasion of the Dollet Dukedom by Galbadia. Squall and company soon learn afterward that a sorceress named Edea is the mastermind of Galbadia's hostilities, and thus seek to stop her.
Summary: The game's story focuses on a group of young mercenaries who are drawn into an international conflict, and seek to protect the world from a sorceress manipulating the war for her own purposes. The main protagonist is Squall Leonhart, a 17 year old loner and student at the military academy Balamb Garden, who is training to become a "SeeD", a mercenary paid by the academy. Final Fantasy 8 is a real must have for anyone who likes the Final Fantasy series.
Summary: This game stays true to the much loved RPG old school enthusiast, with just enough new school, "ie graphic dramatizations, with a more detailed storyline, to lure young, and old alike. It is intrigueing, and keeps you hungering for "what will happen next", and provides awesome RPG entertainment, without excessive gore, or semi-pornographic effects.