4.25 stars 4.25/5 Stars Average score of 2 user reviews spread across 4 releases and 0 DLC
Last year's Dissidia Final Fantasy was a very unique take on brawlers from Square-Enix - the blend of over the top, Advent Children-esque battles with a layered and deep RPG character building system, tied with the fanservice-laden story was one of the PSP's biggest titles in a long time. Its sequel, the verbosely titled Dissida 012 [Duodecim]: Final Fantasy, offers little in terms of change from this format outside of a new campaign and several new characters to fight with, but it is a solid re...
I write this review from the perspective of a lifelong Final Fantasy fan who thoroughly enjoyed the gameplay and nostalgia of the first FF Dissidia, on which I spent more hours than any other game in recent memory. My overwhelming recommendation for this game cannot be overstated for anyone who has loved a Final Fantasy title at any point in their lives. There are two key selling features to this game that ultimately kept me coming back for more. First, this game brims with Final Fantasy nost...
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