Politics, magic, technology and pure human emotion fuel a quest for answers in this installment of the wildly popular Final Fantasy series. The hero of the story is Squall Leonhart, a somewhat troubled teen who is a student at the military academy known as Balamb Garden. As the game starts, the antisocial and introverted Squall is preparing to take the final steps to becoming a member of Garden's elite mercenary force called SeeD. During the required field exam, Squall's group (including his hated rival, the brash and arrogant Seifer Almasy) uncovers the beginnings of a plot by the nation of Galbadia, a global superpower with a tyrannical ruler. Squall and his comrades, Selphie Tilmitt and Zell Dincht, are SeeDs less than a day before being assigned to a mission in the Galbadian-occupied country of Timber. It is there that Squall meets Rinoa Heartilly, the young and passionate leader of a rebel faction. It is soon discovered that Galbadian President-for-Life Vinzer Deling has allied ...
The last great love story of the 20th century.
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'Eyes On Me' sold over 400,000 copies in Japan making it the best selling video game disc released in that country until the release of 'Hikari' from Kingdom Hearts. 'Liberi Fatali' was played during the women's synchronized swimming event at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens. See more
After the Battle of the Gardens with Balamb Garden and Galbadia Garden in disc 2, Galbadia Garden is never seen again for the remainder of the game. After Headmaster Martine is kicked out of Galbadia Garden and is living at Fisherman's Horizon. It's unknown what became of Galbadia Garden or if Headmaster Martine ever came back to the school. See more
You're the squad leader. Good luck to you.
...Instructor. I hate it when people wish me luck. Save those words for a bad student that needs them, eh?
Okay, then. Good luck, Seifer.
During the end first half of the end credits we see a few minutes of "handheld video camera footage" taken during a party after the team's victory over the sorceress. At the end, just before the camera's battery runs out we see Riona outside pointing towards the sky. After the credits are done there is an additional scene. See more
Because it is illegal to posses Nunchaku in the UK, it is also illegal to have them shown in movies and on television shows. For this reason, Selphie's weapon of choice has been reclassified in the UK version as "Sticks of Death". See more
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Soprano: Matsue Hamauzu, Ayako Okada
Alto: Kyoko Arita, Chiharu Takahashi
Tenor: Daisuke Hara
, Toru Tabei
Bass: Tomo Matsubara, Takamaru Atsuta See more