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Dissidia: Final Fantasy

Released on 04 September 2009

Rating: 12+ (PEGI)

5.0 out of 5 (9 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Prepare for the fighting game on PSP that only the makers of the legendary Final Fantasy series could deliver, in a special celebration of the renowned series that has sold over 85 million units! Dissidia: Final Fantasy brings together the largest collection of Final Fantasy characters ever in a fighting-styled game where players can choose their allegiance between Cosmos, the goddess of harmony, and Chaos, the god of discord. Fighting gameplay and character customisation now moves to another level on PSP, presented with truly blockbuster quality visuals and audio.

Exhilarating 3D battles. An exciting system lets your character run up walls, fly across the sky and unleash hardware-defying attacks all with intuitive operation.

Genre-defining customisation. As your character grows, a vast range of actions, abilities and equipment become more available. Customised characters can be taken online for a wide variety of play experiences.

    Dramatic story contents Why have the warriors been gathered? A sumptuous tale awaits, presented with stunning event scenes and voice acting.

      User community. Challenge other players via ad hoc or online play. Trade Friend Cards, create items and share AI characters with other players and even engage in virtual AI battles made possible by the PSP system Ad-Hoc Mode.

        New features not in the Japanese version. New features include an additional Arcade Mode, improved gameplay balancing, new play tutorials, additional event scenes and more.

        customer Reviews

         Average rating (9 reviews)

         Dissidia: Final Fantasy Demo Preview

        | | See all KalphaS's reviews (3)

        I'm basing my opinion on the demo that is available on the american PS Store. The demo generously offered five characters to chose from, 4 heroes and 1 villain, each of them feel different to control during gameplay which i like alot since it gives every character distinct strengths and weaknesses.
        I was concerned about the battle system for this particular game of the Final Fantasy franchise but i was quickly surprised at how great it is and its easy to pick up too. It's fast paced and responsive, you feel in complete control at all times. The moves that you can pull off with simple button inputs are superb and visceral. The basic premise of the gameplay has two elements, the first is in order to deal greater damage to your opponent you can steal your opponent's bravery (attack strength) but these bravery attacks don't take any of the enemy's HP away. When you have stolen most if not all your opponent's bravery then you can deal HP damage equivalent to your newly boosted bravery! Sounds complicated at first but it's really simple. I really like these gameplay elements as it adds a nice layer of strategy to your fights, i've had some fights that were over in 5 minutes and some that turned into an epic dual for 20 minutes!
        Another shocker for me was the sheer amount of graphical detail in this game. Its impressive to see that Square Enix have worked towards really high quality graphics, in my opinion they're the best graphics for a PSP game i've seen to date. The characters are full of life and the environments in which you fight in are big and spacious.
        The sound effects are awesome too especially since they give every sword swipe and collision a nice loud rumble! The voice overs for the characters too are all present, especially for fan favourites Cloud and Sephiroth!
        Overall i'm very pleased with what i've played of it upto now and i'll definitely be getting this come September 4th.

         Really bad Story but the gameplay is so good it dont matter!

        | | See all OneTwothreeABC's reviews (4)

        Definiately a must buy for any Final Fantasy fan. Perhaps more so for Fans than for non fans, due to the extreme number of References to the original games that only the fans would get.
        A Few flaws but only minor, like some bad camera angles and some repetitive quotes.
        The game is fantastic on everything else though, there are 3 songs frm each of the first 10 Final Fantasies to choose frm to accompany your upcoming fight, or the NO BGM can be selected. Personally i like to use this and then play another one on my computer :) .

        This and FF7 Crisis core are the only good things in the Final fantasy line since FFX, definiately a must buy!

         So very addictive and fun!

        | | See all DragonGeez2k4's reviews (3)

        Although it's a very different Final Fantasy game, it works so well (as long as you like fighting games). The battle system actually feels very much like Kingdom Hearts, I think, though with a lot more freedom (you can literally stay in the air for the entire battle if you want, just keep dodge-jumping, or chasing).
        I'm not a fan of fighting games, and I still love this game in more ways than I can describe. So much freedom, so much fun, so much customization, so many characters, so much good music!
        I don't remember the last time I was so happy I bought a game. I had doubts, because FF games lately, although I love/like them all, have been changing and I haven't enjoyed them quite as much as I used to. But I'm glad I bought this for full price when it came out. Seriously one of the best spin-off titles for any game series ever, in my opinion.

         really gd!!!!

        | | See all 1984kingofkings's reviews (23)

        i have already ordered the game but i have downloaded the demo to see what it will b like and im impressed at what i saw. each charactor plays differently and all the limit breaks are there 2, the game play will take a little getting use 2 but after a few mins its quiet easy to play. if ur not sure then download it on psn store.

         Not like the rest - dual meaning

        | | See all nothing's reviews (7)

        Compared to the rest of the PSP market, final fantasy really put a lot of effort into their games. Take FF crisis core for instance - a great success imo. FF Dissidia has that same depth, but lacks that overall awesomeness we have seen in other releases. At some points it just gets annoying. Like to get 100% is crazy long, You have to go through every stage at least 3 times. Also, perhaps most annoying, you try to level up your characters weapons, but that process is so long and tedious it gets on your nerves. And this is just one character! There's at least nine more to go through. You could say they've put so much depth and longevity into the game it's going against them. This is usual in FF games, the process of leveling up, but it was way more enjoyable in FFCC and other FF games. Ive currently played probably over 100 hours, ive leveled up Cloud to 100, almost leveled up all his abilities and have got most of the unlockables in story mode and about a third (i think) from shop, now theres 9 more characters to level up with completely different abilities which you can also upgrade. This gets really on your nerves that there is so much depth in the game but you feel you can only go the distance with one of them. It's started to wear off on me.
        Its lags far behind the other FF games but better than most of the other nonsense on the market, so not like the rest.
        A harsh three star just to put perspective on this game in comparison with its predecessors, but if compared to the whole PSP market it may've been a 4/5.

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        Rating12+ (PEGI)