Submitted by Cyrus365 2194d ago | review

Gamer Limit Review: Dissidia Final Fantasy

Gamer Limit writes: "When one thinks of a "fan service," not often does one think of an IP that not only meets the requirements of the term, but also goes beyond expectations and delivers a quality gaming experience. Many fan service offerings undeniably fall short in terms of sheer playability and fun-factor, and it seems to have become general practice that if a developer grants the gaming community with a "fan service," then gameplay can be overlooked to the point of mediocrity. Yet, this undiclosed "rule," as all rules do, must have an exception to remain viable." (Dissidia 012: Duodecim Final Fantasy, Dissidia Final Fantasy, PSP) 9/10

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