Final Fantasy VIII

Final Fantasy VIII

  • Publisher
    Square Soft
  • Developer
    Square Enix
  • Release date
    11 Feb 1999

It is a period of war. The worldwide superpower Galbadia announces war on neighboring Dollet. The foundation in Dollet is home to two characters - the aggressive however hot-headed Cifer and the genuine, "lonely wolf" Squall Leonhart - both in strife with one another like their nation is with Galbadia. For other people, Squall appears to be aloof and unsatisfactory for a group, while Cifer, a conceived officer, comes up short on his rival's order and discretion. A possibility experience with the kind Rinoa Heartilly flips around Squall's world; he was constantly fruitful with order and Rinoa's lack of regard intrigued him. He likewise begins dreaming that he is Laguna Loire, a Galbadian trooper ... In the mean time, a witch controls the most influential men in Galbadia. Will Squall and his group prevail with regards to vanquishing this crazy witch and sparing the world? What job does the baffling one play? Laguna in the entirety of this? No one but you can choose what occurs next when the best pretending experience ever returns ... Key components: Magic Booster When the Magic Booster is utilized, the accompanying spells are expanded by 100 in the player's stock: Vita, Vitra, Vitaga, Feuer, Feura , Ice, Eisra, Blitz, Blitzra, Sleep, Blind, Silence, Robs, Bio, Medica, Aero, Confu, Stein, ZombieThis highlight can be utilized from the launcher.Chocobo WorldThis rendition of FFVIII incorporates the total "Chocobo World" game which was discharged independently for past adaptations. "Chocobo World" can be played legitimately from the launcher after FFVIII has begun. By satisfying certain prerequisites in the primary game, information can be synchronized between the two games. New game supporters: rapid mode All scenes (films, battles, and so on.) can be quick sent. (Quick forward speed differs relying upon the scene, on normal multiple times quicker than typical speed.) * CAUTION: Some PCs will most likely be unable to process the game right now. On the off chance that the game accidents, if it's not too much trouble restart it and don't utilize fast mode. Battle Assistance Gives the accompanying preferences in battle: - ATB bar in every case full-HP in every case full-uncommon systems constantly accessible * Characters bite the dust quickly if the harm taken surpasses their HP. 9999 Normal assaults, certain extraordinary methods and certain GF assaults bargain 9,999 damage.AP MAX Sets the level and AP of all GFs gathered to the greatest when utilized on the world guide. * May not work appropriately during a scene. * These orders must be performed utilizing the console. Most extreme Magic and Gil Set all spells gathered to 100 and Gil to the greatest in stock * Cannot be utilized in the menu screen, in scenes, in battle or in business. Can be utilized while moving between zones in Laguna's dream. * These orders must be executed utilizing the console.

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AGM score 67%
IGN 9
GameSpot 6.7
Metacritic 45
anime
sci-fi
military
rock music
health
death
explosion
male protagonists
bink video
bomb
cutscene
sniping
classes
melee
instant kill
political thriller
hit points
mercenary
camping
polygonal 3d
mad scientist
overworld
groundhog day scenario
dolphin
game over
multiple protagonists
fantasy
stealth
flight
turn-based
rpg
critical hit
loot gathering
party system
experience points
red herring
dystopian world
greatest hits
role playing
rivaling factions
love triangle
non-player character
multiple characters on box art
stat tracking
not-so-bad guys
bed
table
fan service
currency
e3 1999
playstation underground
betrayal
power of friendship
tragic hero
tragic villain
time manipulation
boss fight
bosses
jump
damsel in distress
save point
final boss
scripted events
magic
fire
backtracking
inventory
love
sword & sorcery
world map
human
shopping
collectibles
saving the world
side quests
slashing weapons
knight
recurring boss
shoes
waking up at beginning
poison
time paradox
context sensitive
status effects
duality
retroactive achievements
damage over time
psone classics
original soundtrack release
resistance
blindness
pre-rendered backgrounds
real-time over pre-rendered movies
isometric viewpoint
grinding
random loot
leveling up
level scaling
vendor trash
haste
mana drain
asian style
summoning
jrpg
chimera
romance
mythology
insanity
party-based combat
apocalypse
artificial intelligence
open-world
dialogue trees
amnesia
dreams
bats
attributes
revive
transforming boss
renaming characters
multiple storylines
active ability
questing
male antagonist
optional boss
damage numbers
subtitled silence
unusual speech patterns
active time battle
playstation tv support
message
healer
anti-hero
level cap
persistent ailments
temporary invincibility
wrestling moves in non-wrestling games
elements
plot twist
quick time event
villain turned good
androgyny
ancient advanced civilization technology
ambient music
new protagonist in sequel
flashback
end credits songs
women in refrigerators
victory music
random encounter
surprising character switches
giant enemy worm
behemoth
basilisks
chocobo
attack dog
battle screen
innocent people die
moogles
black magic
tonberry
malboro
bad parents
parents
fictional currencies
roman numerals
buff
cactuar
flan
coeurl
potential love interest
war veterans
dark past
secret past
reluctant hero
hanging ending screen
white magic
silence
armageddon
personified classes
attachments
loner
kill quest
pom-pom
cid
monster in a box
adamantoise
happily ever after
interactive battle system
eidolon
limit break
sailing
motion blur
tyrannosaurus rex
checkpoints
ice
bromance
female antagonists
playable boss
life drain
motion capture animation
hair physics
time travel
hugging
minigames
breath attack
escaping imprisonment
blood
alchemy
interactive environments
eye scars
restoration
in-field enemy
full motion video
minotaurs
baldness
hellhound
weapon combo
ultimate weapon
sexualized men
magazine
multiple discs
phoenix
public transportation
reading
profanity
teachers
teenager
j-pop
alternate game over screen
audio logs
the future
cutscene equipment mismatch
metagame
planet destruction
train level
spiky-haired protagonist
useless useful spell
blood type
disc streaming
double trouble
imp
anti-villain
secret history
false death
non-linear storytelling
fashion
bruisers
fate
heavy metal
cockatrice
e3 1998
big man on campus
sexy librarian
soft reset
latin choir
fungoids
card based combat
catoblepas
company
gunblade
death claw
weapon
weapon workshops
card collection
pocketstation support
kamikaze
facepalm
ochu
reaction based battle system
interactive achievement awards 2000
iron giant
abadon
moomba
funguar
triple triad
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About Final Fantasy VIII

Final Fantasy VIII is released by Square Soft in 11 Feb 1999. The game is designed by Square Enix. Final Fantasy VIII is a typical representative of the Role-playing (RPG) genre. Playing Final Fantasy VIII is a pleasure. It does not matter whether it is the first or a millionth hour in Role-playing (RPG), there will always be room for something new and interesting. Thrilling levels and gameplay Final Fantasy VIII will not leave anyone indifferent. The complexity of gameplay increases with each new level and does not let any player get bored.

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