This gem appeared in the recent edition of V Jump Magazine and this image is what we feel all those Dissidia fans out there have been craving for quite a while.
Me like it, me want it.
Simply epic... And Kefka made the cut! :)
I dont get it. What does this have to do with videogames? It's not sales numbers or profit margins or framerate comparisons! Surely this will be the end of N4G!
VGChartz, forum and blog posts, Sony fanboys, Xbox fanboys, and the mods ; ) N4G wont die, it can't die, it's got this cool comment system!
Tidus and his father doesn't fit in there. His father is a good guy. Tidus is just plain gay.
but I would have definitely preferred to fight as Auron
They should of put Seymour in there. Damn, just looking at those characters reminds me what this generation is missing......an RPG with characters & a story that we won't forget.
I wouldn't have minded Seymour either, purely so I could beat his face in.
But remember, he IS Sin. So I can see why he was made a villian. But Seymour would have been a more obvious choice
He was forced to be sin from that technique though.
Jecht became SIN in order to save the world from SIN. So he's not really a bad guy in terms of saving the world as a result of his own sacrifice, but he's still the force destroying the world making him a bad guy. So he's kind of both.
I agree. Seymour was more evil, but according to some people, you'll find out why Jecht is in the game when you play his story. Anyways, the poster looks pretty awesome.
They should sell this poster on their site. It's badass.
Simply amazing and if I had the time to and if it was a bigger resolution I would attempt to draw something such as this. Hopefully a poster will follow in the games wake (perhaps a variety of posters? Showing off the bad, Good as well as the combined as we see here.) Either way I hope they don't pass up the chance of having a poster or perhaps some character illustrations just as well.
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