The first six Final Fantasy games do not have a Game Over screen since they all use 2D computer graphics. Starting from Final Fantasy VII onwards (except Final Fantasy XI), a game over screen suddenly appears after all party members HP drop to 0 (except Final Fantasy XIII/XIII-2 during which a game over occurs when the party's assigned leader is KO'd in battle)
Game Over Screens by gameEdit
- Final Fantasy VII- After all players are knocked out in battle, the music "Continue?" plays in the background with the words "Game Over..." in a text box on top of the screen, it then fades to black and shifts to the Game Over screen which consists of a destroyed film reel with a picture of Midgar (the city) representing the story of the game.
- Final Fantasy VIII- After all party members die in battle, it then cuts to the broken gun blade with the blade part pierced and the gun part lying down representing Squall and a white feather representing Rinoa.