Chris Hinton

When it first launched decades ago, Final Fantasy VIII wasn’t necessarily the endearing follow-up to Final Fantasy VII that many had hoped for. But for some, myself included, it was another great fantasy escape on the original PlayStation. For its time, the game challenged the hardware with colorful worlds – almost opposite of what was seen in Final Fantasy VII – and epic and cinematic battle scenes and action. No one’s learning math in this school Now, 20 years later, generations new and old have a chance to either experience it for the first time or relive the memories of […]

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