Final Fantasy VIII

Final Fantasy VIII​ is a classic role-playing game.

  • Last Updated: Apr 26, 2011
  • License: Demo / Free
  • OS: Windows XP, 2000, 98, Me
  • Publisher: Eidos Interactive

Description of Final Fantasy VIII

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Like Final Fantasy VII, Final Fantasy VIII consists of three main modes of play: the world map, the field map, and the battle screen. The world map is a 3D display in which the player may navigate freely across a small-scale rendering of the game world. Characters travel across the world map in a variety of ways, including by foot, car, Chocobo, train, and airship. The field map consists of controllable 3D characters overlaid on one or more 2D pre-rendered backgrounds, which represent environmental locations such as towns or forests. The battle screen is a 3D model of a location such as a street or room, where turn-based fights between playable characters and CPU-controlled enemies take place. The interface is menu-driven, as in previous titles, but with the typical weapon and armor systems removed and new features present, such as the Junction system. Also featured is a collectible card-based minigame called "Triple Triad".

Features:

The FINAL FANTASY series has always set the benchmark for what Role-Playing Games should be and FINAL FANTASY VIII is no exception. A revolutionary new Battle System has been created to add more customization to your characters by way of the Junction System. The latest features such as Dolby Surround Sound, Pocket Station compatibility and CG movie integration have also been incorporated into this masterpiece, making this title a showcase in technological game advancements.
Requirements: No special requirements

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