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Final Fantasy VIII
Game Description:A member of an elite military team, Squall is forced into a conflict beyond imagination. To survive, he must contend with a desperate rival, a powerful sorceress, and his own mysterious dreams. The RPG master craftsmen at Square roar back after the success of Final Fantasy VII with this, an even more breathtaking, expansive and emotional adventure. An epic story based on the theme of love, set in a massive new world, Final Fantasy VIII features nearly an hour of stunning motion-captured CG cinemas seamlessly integrated into gameplay. In gameplay, the new junction system allows characters to be customized with powerful magic spells drawn from enemies for more complex RPG interaction.
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