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Submitted by Rashid Sayed 2238d ago | review

GamingBolt: Dissidia: Final Fantasy Review

GB writes: "Dissidia: Final Fantasy is Square Enix's compilation of heroes and villains from the Final Fantasy universe. Ranging from Final Fantasy I-X, it wanders away from Square Enix's comfortable realm of pure RPG and successfully combines elements from both the RPG and one-on-one fighting genres. That is not to say that this game is a fighter or an RPG, but a hybrid; it is like chocolate and peanut butter in Reese's. All ten heroes are available from the moment you start up the game, but villains remain locked (except in the Arcade Mode). After playing through a brief tutorial with the Warrior of Light, you can pick a hero on a route to pursue his or her crystal. The story tells of the Goddess of Harmony, Cosmos, and the God of Discord, Chaos, having an all-out war using pieces from other worlds." (Dissidia 012: Duodecim Final Fantasy, PSP) 4.2/5

Lifewish  +   2238d ago
good review. I want to check this out but i dont own a PSP yet

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