Final Fantasy VIII: Strange and Underappreciated, Part Three

Lost in Space

The adventurous joys in Final Fantasy VIII lie in its unexpected absurdities.

Outside of paramilitary for-hire child soldiers, time travel and ancient wars between sorceresses, gods and humans, Final Fantasy VIII throws its curve balls to the player in plot notes that ramp up the absurdity. Desperate to save…




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