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Dissidia Final Fantasy - Sony PSP

by Square Enix
Sony PSP
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4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (114 customer reviews) 79 / 100

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  • Continue the experience by trading Friend Cards, creating items and sharing AI characters with other players and even engage in virtual AI battles made possible by the PSP system ad hoc mode.
  • Experience the high-quality world and gameplay mechanics of Final Fantasy presented in an action-packed environment where players can glide through the air and dash along walls.
  • Action-based battle system combines all-out brawling alongside RPG-based character development in an original system developed by the creators of the Kingdom Hearts series.
  • Fan-favorite heroes and villains from the entire Final Fantasy series come together in one game for the first time in a remarkable new tale with fully-voiced CG movies and real-time events.
  • Enjoy series staple battle features accessible through "EX Burst". In this players can experience gameplay faithful to the originals through memorable battle features such as "Limit Break" and "Overdrive".

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  • ASIN: B001TD6SN0
  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 4.1 x 0.6 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: August 25, 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (114 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,525 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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Celebrating the 20th year of the renowned franchise, Dissidia Final Fantasy for PlayStation Portable brings together the largest collection of Final Fantasy characters ever in a fighting-styled game where players must choose their allegiance between good and evil, as they utilize the more than twenty playable characters available.

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Story
Players, prepare to profess your allegiance to either Cosmos or Chaos...Cosmos is the goddess of harmony, while Chaos is the god of discord. Reigning from distant realms, the two gods had gathered warriors from all lands to lead them in savage war. At one time Cosmos and Chaos were of equal in strength. It was believed that their conflict would last forever. However, the balance is now broken. Those who answered Chaos' call created an inexhaustible force. And under vicious attack without relent, the warriors fighting for Cosmos started to fall one by one. The conflict that has continued for eons is now about to end in Chaos' favor...The world has been torn asunder, sinking into a vortex of disorder. As for the few surviving warriors… their fates have yet to be determined.

Battle for Cosmos or Chaos in 'Dissidia Final Fantasy'
Battle for Cosmos or Chaos.
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A wealth of playable characters in 'Dissidia Final Fantasy'
A wealth of playable characters.
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Wielding special weapons and items in 'Dissidia Final Fantasy'
Wield special weapons and items.
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Gameplay
Featuring action very similar to other games in the Final Fantasy series, Dissidia Final Fantasy consists of one-on-one combat either against a human or AI opponent where the goal is to reduces your opponent's hit points to zero. This is done through a series of attacks and battle features which must be balanced against the player's status and that of the opponent faced. In addition, the game also features "EX Mode" which increases the power of existing attacks. This mode can be activated in a variety of ways, both related to combat and chance.

Characters
Dissidia Final Fantasy features characters from both sides of the struggle from each of the games in the Final Fantasy series. Although favorites will soon be found, the storyline of game's main campaign requires players to assume the role of each of these characters at one point or another in order to attain ultimate success. All told the game contains twenty-two total playable characters from Final Fantasy through Final Fantasy XII; evenly split between heroes and villains. In addition, players can also look forward to playing as a few secret characters unlockable in the game. Regardless of the character, players will find that each will become more powerful as they gain experience in battle, have access to different costumes and in most cases are able to transform into different physical forms in specific modes and wield fully customizable. See all 22 and their previous Final Fantasy appearances below:

Hero
Original Game
 Warrior of Light  Final Fantasy
 Firion  Final Fantasy II
 Onion Knight  Final Fantasy III
 Cecil Harvey  Final Fantasy IV
 Bartz Klauser  Final Fantasy V
 Terra Branford  Final Fantasy VI
 Cloud Strife  Final Fantasy VII
 Squall Leonhart  Final Fantasy VIII
 Zidane Tribal  Final Fantasy IX
 Tidus  Final Fantasy X
 Shantotto  Final Fantasy XI
Villain
Original Game
 Garland  Final Fantasy
 The Emperor  Final Fantasy II
 Cloud of Darkness  Final Fantasy III
 Golbez  Final Fantasy IV
 Exdeath  Final Fantasy V
 Kefka Palazzo  Final Fantasy VI
 Sephiroth  Final Fantasy VII
 Ultimecia  Final Fantasy VIII
 Kuja  Final Fantasy IX
 Jecht  Final Fantasy X
 Gabranth  Final Fantasy XII

Key Features:

  • Legacy - Experience the high-quality world and gameplay mechanics of Final Fantasy presented in an action-packed environment where players can glide through the air and dash along walls.
  • All-new battle system - Action-based battle system combines all-out brawling alongside RPG-based character development in an original system developed by the creators of the Kingdom Hearts series.
  • Ultimate cast of characters - Fan-favorite heroes and villains from the entire Final Fantasy series come together in one game for the first time in a remarkable new tale with fully-voiced CG movies and real-time events.
  • Fantasy match - Players select their favorite Final Fantasy characters, sided with either Cosmos or Chaos, to set the stage for their fantasy match.
  • Series Staple Battle Features - Accessible through "EX Burst", players can experience gameplay faithful to the originals through memorable battle features such as "Limit Break" and "Overdrive". In addition, longtime fans of the series can enjoy the ability to summon Aeons and options such as the "command battle" system.
  • Community - Continue the experience by trading Friend Cards, creating items and sharing AI characters with other players and even engage in virtual AI battles made possible by the PSP system ad hoc mode.

Product Description

Cosmos, the goddess of harmony. Chaos, the god of discord. Reigning from distant realms, the two gods had gathered warriors from all lands to lead them in savage war. Cosmos and Chaos were of equal strength. It was believed the conflict would last forever. However, the balance is now broken. Those who answered Chaos's call created an inexhaustible force. And under vicious attack without relent, the warriors fighting for Cosmos started to fall one by one. The conflict that has continued for eons is now about to end in Chaos's favor. The world has been torn asunder, sinking into a vortex of disorder. As for the few surviving warriors… their fates have yet to be determined.

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35 of 42 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I'm hooked, can't stop playing. August 27, 2009
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Ok, so this game is indeed one of the finer games on the PSP, and with the slew of unlockables, story, different arcade modes, and multi-player, it's a game that one could happily spend hours upon hours playing.

The battle system is a little odd, as it's not a typical fighter. More of a action game, with fighting and RPG elements tied all together very nicely. It takes a few minutes to understand how everything works together in battle, but once you get the hang of it, you just keep getting better and better, and the battles become more and more enjoyable.

The story mode, admittedly, is actually kind of weak, for a Final Fantasy title (at least, every Final Fantasy before IX had a good story). I enjoy the story, personally, but it's not full of surprises, or played out in the greatest fashion. It's decent, but it could have been so much better. That, and the voice acting for some characters is a bit sad. It's almost embarrassing to listen to sometimes. But there are quite a few characters whose American voice overs were done perfectly (Sephiroth and Kefka come to mind).

The customization of your characters is un-effing-believable. None of the equipment you use will change your character's appearance, but the amount of weapons, accessories, equipment, summons and abilities you can learn, gain, create and buy are very nearly endless. Especially with the multi-player items you get just from battling. In that same field, there's a calendar system in the game that will give you rewards based on what day you play. By unlocking more bonuses through the catalog in the game, you can make these days occur more often, and yield much greater rewards.

The multi-player is 50/50, in my opinion.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
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Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
Dissidia is the best Final Fantasy fighting game because it's the only FF dedicated fighting game. It can be played in Story Mode, Arcade or Online. I enjoy all three modes and I recommend it to all Final Fantasy fans and to those who love fighting games but not everything is perfect.

GAME MODES

It all starts with a movie that that goes through every main character from every Final Fantasy game individually. If you do the Story Mode you can be one of 10 'good' characters and fight your way to the finish.

When you play Online you can be a good character or play as the villains if you can afford to buy them for Perk points in the Perk shop.

In the Arcade mode where you can earn Perc points and Gil if you fight well you can also be any of the 10 good characters or any of the 10 main villains.

Any battle can be replayed but that's not it. Once the battle is over it can be saved and then edited and saved as a movie. This works in any mode: story, arcade or online.

GAMEPLAY

Is different form other fighting games in that you have to use a combination of melee and ranged attacks. This earns you Bravery points. The more Bravery you have the more life damage you do when you perform a primary attack. You can also collect EXO points on the battlefield to transform yourself into a stronger form and do an extremely powerful attack.

You earn Perc points and Gil in the Arcade mode or in the Story mode and you can use them to buy equipment, summoning gems, cool costumes or to summon any of the 10 main villains.

THE GOODS AND THE BADS

This is a fun and addictive game and I've been playing it every day for a few days already.
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19 of 24 people found the following review helpful
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
I think most fellow FF fans can relate when I say that when this game was first announced, the anticipation was almost immediately unbearable. Well, fast-forward a year or so, and what do we get? More or less what most of us were expecting- a full fan-service action title with a negligible plot line.

True, there was that moment where I find myself saying "Hey! Awesome! I'm (insert favorite character here) in full 3-d with full-range movement in an ACTION game!", but that feeling soon wore off, and gave way to some disappointment at how this truly monumental game could have been much better.

That being said, is it really all that bad? The game clearly does SOMETHING right, otherwise online sales of past FF titles would not have increased as they did in the two weeks following the US release, and the Gamefaqs message board for the game wouldn't have as much activity as it does.

So, let's take a point-by-point look at what was done well, or not so well, in each of the following categories:

Graphics: 7/10
A good-looking game, with some minor problems in this department.
+All 2-d characters are fully re-imagined in 3-d in a way that does service (for the most part. Exceptions being Cecil and Bartz) to the games they hail from
+Attack animations are fluid. You also won't find yourself saying "Hey, that attack landed 2 feet from my character but STILL registered", as in many fighting and action games (ahem, Soulcalibur)
-Sometimes the characters' mouths don't move when they talk, which completely ruins all suspension of disbelief.
-Some different animations for different types of weapons would have been nice (i.e. axes vs. swords. Whichever the Warrior of Light or Cecil or whomever is equipped with, it's still a sword).
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Excellent product worth what you pay for, I am satisfied with this purchase
Published 9 days ago by vinicio
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excelente
Published 1 month ago by Marvis Marrero
4.0 out of 5 stars Good Fighting RPG
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Published 1 month ago by J. Gallen
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
good price; fast deliver.
Published 2 months ago by Ismael Agosto
3.0 out of 5 stars I wanted to like it so badly.
This game is great for FF fans, but it's not really a true fighting game. It has tremendous play balance issues, and the A. Read more
Published 4 months ago by Steven Marshall
5.0 out of 5 stars Dissidia FF
I didn't want to get this game because I don't like playing on my PSP but I hooke it up to my 32" TV and love it now. Read more
Published 5 months ago by Patricia Mason
4.0 out of 5 stars Good
Game is in great shape, came with instruction book inside. case was in good shape as well. The game is very good!
Published 5 months ago by Heather
5.0 out of 5 stars great
Love the game thanks!
This game is great from the look and the level of detail and the combat. Thanks
Published 7 months ago by Geary
4.0 out of 5 stars Ok PSP game for FF series
This is a good game for the PSP. I would recommend this to any owner of the PSP. Buy it if you like FF
Published 9 months ago by ek
5.0 out of 5 stars YES!
I would rate thus game 100/100 if at all possible. I love final fantasy and this game is just perfect to add to the collection!!
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