There's no Final Fantasy VIII Online.
The Final Fantasy character called Tseng is from Final Fantasy VII, not Final Fantasy VIII.
No, Squall Leonhart does not die in Final Fantasy 8. Do you own the game? Why don't you just play it for yourself, and find out all of the cool stuff.
no there will not be a remake of final fantasy 8 or 7 or 6 for a very long time
No. Cloud Strife is in Final Fantasy VII.
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There are:For the PSX: Final Fantasy 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9, there is also the Final Fantasy Tactics game for the PSX but it isn't actually a part of the final fantasy serial since it isn't numbered.For the PlayStation 2: Final Fantasy 10, Final Fantasy X-2 and Final Fantasy 12.For PlayStation 3: Final Fantasy 13 which is supposed to come in the English version around first half of March, 2010.There is also the PC version, which is online and pay2play, Final Fantasy 11.All in all, including Final Fantasy X-2 which is set in the world of final fantasy 10, there are13 parts altogether.
Final Fantasy VIII (8) is a PS1 game released by Squaresoft in 1998. It is an RPG (role-playing-game) which follows the adventures of Squall, the protagonist, and his friends/classmates as they fight to defeat an evil sorceress. The plot is hugely in-depth (much to long to write here) and the game play is massive, spanning four PS1 discs. Also released on the PC.OPINIONI personally believe that is is the best Final Fantasy out of them all.
You can't go there yet. You have to play the game and it will take you back there eventually. Google up Final Fantasy 8 walkthrough, read it and figure it out.
Well in final fantasy 8 you end up at a place called fishermans horizen and you have to play a little concert thing and you choose from a range of instruments including the guitar.
There is no such thing. The only movies Square Enix has made are Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within
Final fantasy 7 because in 8 the game is super simple not only to level up but to absorb magic and become very strong the game is also more aimed for adults.
No, All final fantasy games are different. if you pick up final fantasy 7 and then get final fantasy 8, there's going to be a change in: characters, time zones, worlds, etc. the only real thing that's the same is the magic system. spells like fira, firaga, thundara,etc. are found throughout all the games. If you're new to final fantasy, i suggest you play final fantasy 7. it is the top rated ff in the world!Final Fantasy 7 has a storyline followed through by several games, on multiple platforms.Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-II are the only games in the series to be direct sequels; the 7Compilation is more of a focus shift.
Cloud is not a character and does not appear in Final Fantasy VIII. Cloud appears as the main playable character in Final fantasy VII, and other brief cameo appearances in other games in Final Fantasy. Also an appearance In Kingdom hearts which is non Final Fantasy.
City Hunters - 2006 Final Fantasy 1-8 is rated/received certificates of: Argentina:16
Final Fantasy (Europe) was released on December 3, 2004 for the Gameboy and December 8, 2008 for the PSP.
X without a doubt. I have played almost every FF game, and FF12 is one of my least favorites. Here's my personal ranking system: 1. Final Fantasy 7 (PSX, though I'm currently replaying on PS3 or PSP when on the move) 2. Final Fantasy 6 (SNES, originally released as 3, also played the PSX anthology version) 3. Final Fantasy 9 (PSX) 4. Final Fantasy 4 (SNES, originally 2. Also played the DS remake) 5. Crisis Core (PSP) 6. Final Fantasy 8 (PSX, will play the PS3/PSP port when finished with 7) 7. Final Fantasy 10 (PS2) 8. Final Fantasy 5 (played the PSX anthology version) 9. Final Fantasy 3 (played the DS remake) 10.Mystic Quest (SNES) 11. Final Fantasy 12 (PS2) 12. Final Fantasy 1 (NES) 13. Final Fantasy 11 (PC/PS2/XBOX360 14. Dirge of Cerberus (PS2) 15. Final Fantasy X-2 (PS2, horrible, horrible game) I think that's it...I haven't played any crystal chronicles or tactics games. Also, I never played FF2. I've downloaded The After Years to my Wii, but haven't gotten to it yet.
That is illegal, but you can go to GameFAQs and other websites to acquire walkthroughs on Final Fantasy 8.
Sage Reviews - 2008 Final Fantasy XIII 3-8 was released on: USA: 15 March 2010
Yes. Final Fantasy VII and VII for the PC are known to work incorrectly on Windows XP and Vista. There are some patches available to work around these issues. Even with this resolved, Final Fantasy VII and Final Fantasy VIII require a video card with DirectX 5 hardware interfaces. This shouldn't be a problem with dedicated NVIDIA or ATI graphics cards, but integrated Intel, NVIDIA, and ATI chipsets may remove these interfaces.
The Spoony Experiment - 2008 Final Fantasy VIII Part 8 was released on: USA: 4 February 2009
Squall kills Ultimecia and marries Rinoah.
get it via the mini chocobo game on the pocketstation.
Make sure you have all 8 badges from the Covenant.
Yes. it comes out on 8/25/09