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Dissidia Final Fantasy (PSP)

Platform : Sony PSP
32 customer reviews

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  • Exhilarating 3D battles: An exciting system lets your character run up walls, fly across the sky and unleash hardware-defying attacks all with intuitive operation
  • Genre-defining customisation: As your character grows, a vast range of actions, abilities and equipment become more available. Customised characters can be taken online for a wide variety of play experiences
  • Dramatic story contents: Why have the warriors been gathered? A sumptuous tale awaits, presented with stunning event scenes and voice acting
  • User community: Challenge other players via ad hoc or online play. Trade Friend Cards, create items and share AI characters with other players and even engage in virtual AI battles made possible by the PSP system ad hoc mode
  • New features not in the Japanese version: New features include an additional Arcade Mode, improved gameplay balancing, new play tutorials, additional event scenes and more.
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Game Information

  • Platform:   Sony PSP
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

Product details

Edition: Standard Edition
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  • ASIN: B002AB41IE
  • Product Dimensions: 17.5 x 10.4 x 1.6 cm ; 27 g
  • Release Date: 4 Sept. 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 12,091 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Edition: Standard Edition

Product Description


Prepare for the fighting game on PSP that only the makers of the legendary Final Fantasy series could deliver, in a special celebration of the renowned series that has sold over 85 million units! Dissidia: Final Fantasy brings together the largest collection of Final Fantasy characters ever in a fighting-styled game where players can choose their allegiance between Cosmos, the goddess of harmony, and Chaos, the god of discord. Fighting gameplay and character customisation now moves to another level on PSP, presented with truly blockbuster quality visuals and audio.

 

  • Exhilarating 3D battles. An exciting system lets your character run up walls, fly across the sky and unleash hardware-defying attacks all with intuitive operation.
  • Genre-defining customisation. As your character grows, a vast range of actions, abilities and equipment become more available. Customised characters can be taken online for a wide variety of play experiences.
  • Dramatic story contents Why have the warriors been gathered? A sumptuous tale awaits, presented with stunning event scenes and voice acting.
  • User community. Challenge other players via ad hoc or online play. Trade Friend Cards, create items and share AI characters with other players and even engage in virtual AI battles made possible by the PSP system Ad-Hoc Mode.
  • New features not in the Japanese version. New features include an additional Arcade Mode, improved gameplay balancing, new play tutorials, additional event scenes and more.

Amazon.co.uk Review


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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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'
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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.

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 X; 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. The equipment each wields is also fully customizable.

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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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Martyn Poole VINE VOICE on 25 Sept. 2009
Edition: Standard Edition
As a huge Final Fantasy fan this is a dream come true, taking characters from the early games right to FFX good and evil. Dissidia is so much more than a fighting game, you start the game buy choosing which day you want to earn double EXP on and also the game will decided another day which you earn more PP which can be used to unlock a vast amount of items and characters and bonus stuff. This game is a must for anyone who loves Final Fantasy.

The fighting is in a world of its own and battles can last from 5 seconds to 10 minutes, everything really is different from anything you have played before. You start with a prologue where you will learn different moves and some extras you can use within the battles. Once you have completed your training a vast amount of good characters will open up, each has his own story but all have the same objective and that is to acquire a crystal which will be used to defeat Chaos which is the big bad. Each character has his or her own fighting technique but the main buttons will be used for Jump, Attack and super attack which would be used to take out an opponent once you have broken their attacks. Whoever wins does not have to reduce their opponents HP down to 0 you can easily win the battle once you have taken a percent of their bravery down. The more you attack the higher your bravery and the lower your opponent and then once you see theirs break its time to go in for the kill. You also have a bar which builds up with each attack you make spreading something like shiny dust around the level which you can collect when passing through, there will also be a shiny bell which you can lock onto and will raise this bar quickly. Once filled your character can unleash their ultimate move which can finish off most enemies off in one hit.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Victoria on 7 Aug. 2011
Edition: Standard Edition
Ok, i must admit, this was one of the games that tipped me towards getting a PSP (the others being Valkyria Chronicles II (Sony PSP), Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of The Lions (PSP) and Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII - Platinum Edition (PSP)

I was really excited when i got this game, i actually ordered Dissidia 012 : Final Fantasy (PSP) together with this game, with the idea of playing this one first then Dissidia 012.

Well...I guess i shouldnt have assumed that just because this is a FF game that i would enjoy it. I am such a fan that i bought it, even though I AM NOT PARTICULARLY FOND OF FIGHTING GAMES. I know, my fault right?

Why did I find it so bad even though I tried so hard to enjoy it? I will try to keep it simple:

1. Game-play - i think for a fighting game it is pretty straight forward... you have a bravery attack which basically if it connects to the opponent takes away their 'bravery'or power, while adding to yours. If you attack with high bravery then you deal more damage. You also collect a crystal that appears randomly during the battle which you can use to fill a limit gauge. Once full you can execute a powerful attack. You can zip around the arena, jump, smash obstacles etc for a more interactive stage feel (although it isn't much).
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By K. Wadley on 9 Sept. 2009
Edition: Standard Edition
This game is awesome. The battle system takes a little getting used to intially but once you get to grips with it you are battling like the fight scenes in Final Fantasy VII Advent Children. This game is an absolute must have for Final Fantasy fans regardless of which title they prefer. The cutscenes are very good and the the fueds between the characters in the original games are carried over to this. Each hero persues their adversary from their orginal instalment and the stories are linked into Dissidia nicely. This is a game that all can appreciate, FF fans and non fans alike will enjoy hours of fun at their consoles with this game. Gamers can also enjoy extensive battles with one another using the ad hoc capability. I believe this game will provide a stepping stone for people who may have previously disliked the FF series to perhaps relinquish their sceptism of previous titles and give them a chance as cutscenes may not be entirely understood due to their relation to the their original titles. Hopefully this will also lead to them trying out future titles such as Final Fantasy XIII or whatever else SquareEnix have up their sleeves. The hardcore fans of the series have seen the battle system change so much since the very first Final Fantasy. Turn based battle systems have been so evolved over the last few titles that it is difficult for 'haters' of the games not to fall in love with them. The introduction of Crisis Core and now Dissidia have and will further more increase the fan base of the Final Fantasy series. Although personally I miss the turn based battles from VII through IX im glad to see more and more people being converted to the cause. SquareEnix (originally Squaresoft) have produced some truly legendary games over the decades and Dissidia Final Fantasy is great addition to this legacy.
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