Final Fantasy VIII
He does however, end up getting Rinoa in quite possibly the most romantic bonding scene in Final Fantasy history. This generally shocked the general virgin demographic who realised that even a spastic who wears a womans parker jacket 2 sizes too small gets more action then they do and so, the shunned it.
One gripe I always had with the game was how Tombi at the start of the game comes out of a HUGE masion to probably the most shantiest emptiest place in the world. Not only is the game-world completely devoid of life-form aside from about 3 NPC's but how obscurley structured the world is; unless you're an olympic long jumper, runner and gymnastics champion, you would never be-able to go anywhere. Especially considering the 3 main NPC's are titled 'The Hundred Year Old Man', 'The Thousand Year Old Man' and 'The Ten Thousand Year Old Man' I dread to think what the weekly shop is like for them.
Another thing to point out is it's one of the most expensive games to buy now on the PS1 with a new copy coming in at £60-200.
In all seriousness, the game had some fantastically amusing dialogue and a huge variety of stages. Borrowing from medieval mythology and delivering it through the wold of Gallowmere. Your character is Sir Daniel Fortesque, a skeletal warrior with just one eye and no bottom jaw as you follow his quest to stop Zarok - The evil sorcerer and secure his place in the Hall Of Heroes.
In conclusion, the PS1 was my most favourite console. It had alot of British gaming classics and had a huge diversity of game genres. I could seriously go on forever about all the games but I'll save them for another time - More specifically when I can't think of anything to write about that week.