At least in the time that I’ve spent with it, I’ve not noticed any significant issues with sound, graphics and so on. It plays, looks, and sounds just like a remember it, with a new coat of paint tossed on top to make the overall look a little more appealing. There’s not a lot else to say about Final Fantasy VIII Remastered, other than you should absolutely pick this up when you have a chance, it’s easily the best version of the game available.
Final Fantasy VIII Remastered is the definitive version of this game. The core experience is still here, but with some added flourishes, mainly the beautiful character models. But other additions, like the “cheats,” can also add up to make this a much more inviting experience for all fans. Final Fantasy VIII is one of the strangest entries in the Final Fantasy pantheon, but that’s what makes it so special at the end of the day.
Jogo praticamente beira a perfeição!
Merece levar nota 10 em todas plataformas
Nesse game você tem vontade de saber da vida de todos personagem, sendo mundo aberto a partir de um tempo podendo explorar onde você quiser.
It's easy to see why Final Fantasy VIII is considered one of the series' most divisive entries, but its story and gameplay systems remain unique 20 years after its original release. Final Fantasy VIII Remastered has its flaws -- the draw system is still a total pain in the arse -- but there's a magic and atmosphere to Squall's often mental adventure that's incredibly endearing. This is a PlayStation classic given a new lease of life, and it's still way more interesting than the majority of Japanese RPGs hitting our consoles today.
Final Fantasy 8 Remastered is the definitive way to play the RPG classic. There are no inherent flaws of this port beyond the portions of the original game that have aged poorly. For the most part, the story and gameplay has held up over time and Squall’s adventure is better than most give it credit for being.
Final Fantasy VIII Remastered is a prime example of how to do a remaster well. Improved graphics modernize the experience, and modifiers help alleviate the grind issues. That said, I’ve always felt FFVIII needed real gameplay changes. It won’t get that in a remaster, and as such, those who didn’t like the game before won’t like it now. If what you disliked in the original was the grind, put your eyes on this remaster. And if you loved FFVIII in the past or are a curious newcomer, this is the best version of the game by far.
An excellent port of my favourite game of all time. Some of the NPC textures didn't get the same love the main cast of the game got, but it's so easy to forgive on the basis that this game is a 20 year old timeless classic. Thank you, Square Enix.
Final Fantasy 8 is a game only fans of the Final Fantasy series can appreciate. It’s a wild story featuring a group of friends who are journeying to stop a time warping sorceress. The storyline isn’t cohesively presented like the better games of the series like 10,9, and 7 buit sees te tropes Of the series cranked up to 11. It’s the kind of game that would turn off a Final Fantasy newcomer since it’s storyline is baffling and confusing and the gameplay isn’t as cohesive as the better games.
Original Final fantasy 8 is one of my favorite games of all time but this remaster just mostly felt like a port to ps4. I love the new character design and detailes they added but i was really hoping for a better remaster. the environments was literally not upgraded at all and looks dated. Its just such a shame this game didnt get enough love and care like ff7 did. In only giving it a lower score cuz it couldev been a much better remaster if they spend more time on it but playing it in this condition in 2021 just looks too outdated and it didnt get enough modernized. Overall i still enjoyed playing it again and the nostalgia i got out of it. And I recommend it to any ff fans but don’t expect to be blown away by it because it’s mostly a port it looks like.
FF8 was always going to be in the shadow of the seminal FF7, and it seems the developers were well aware of this, as they either got carried away with the success or just thought “screw it, this will do” and let the series take a strategic nosedive to allow FF9 the success it found.
Usually the graphics are the area of my least interest, however as a remaster I am very curious. Some textures and models definitely benefit from this. However I found these massively let down by the pre-rendered backgrounds, the same ones that used to perform so well but now look silly when contrasted with the characters walking around in them. It comes across as more of a port with a slight polish, which is what most remasters end up being anyway. The graphics are a nice air of nostalgia but don’t really hold up.
For a Final Fantasy, the story didn’t compel me very much. Granted, I lasted about 10 hours into this game, but that’s plenty of time for a story to be communicated with some purpose and with some likeable characters. I eventually patched together that a sorceress had captured a leader, sparking an elaborate rescue mission, but by this point the gameplay was the straw that broke the camel’s back.
FF8’s gameplay is likely its most divisive element, and it’s not hard to see why. It’s a hodge=podge of real-time vs turn-based mechanics. The result of this is the worst of both worlds. It’s both a maddening wait for a character’s turn but also a blink of an eye expected of you to have enacted your choices, as the AI opponents have no such cognitive demands in having to consider options. What I ended up discovering was that I could use GFs endlessly for larger damage to essentially cheese battles, whilst normal attacks dealt paltry double-figure damage. Thank God for the option of speeding up gameplay, probably the best element added in this remaster.
Another huge offender for me was simply the lack of direction in the game. I mean this literally, as most times the game will tell you your destination, but not how to get there, and sometimes it won’t even tell you that much. Many times early in the game I serendipitously wandered to the right location, and the unexplained mini-map doesn’t do much to ameliorate this.
Let’s cover the one thing I’ve seen in many reviews – the junction system. What a convoluted mess this is. I don’t understand the logic behind it, but it seems to take a PhD to comprehend and implement. There are far too many screens and far too many options that are fiddly rather than creative.
It seems that they knew FF8 was going to be a hard sell so they got creative, but this is a disaster to me. I was wondering why I had heard so many good things about 7, 9 but not 8. Now I know why. Avoid this.
Ужасный ремастер. Это даже скорее порт.
1. Просадки ФПС из-за того что грузит только один поток. Причем что там может так жрать, непонятно.
2. Задники перерисовали не везде и много осталось оригинальных с ПС1. На широкоформатном мониторе выглядит как пипец.
3. Текстурки тоже сменили далеко не везде. Я бы даже сказал мало где сменили. Так что ситуации, когда ваши "причесанные" герои общаются с гребенчатым и угловатым нечто, вполне обыденны. Очень вырвиглазный контраст.
5. Бои в 360р.
Так цинично по губам сквары своим фанатам еще не водили.
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