Reviews and Problems with DISSIDIA 012 FINAL FANTASY
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Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy
29 June 2011
Excerpt: As bizarre as that title looks, it’s not really symbolic. Dissidia 012 is just the prequel to the original Dissidia, which brought Final Fantasy protagonists together in one big fighting fan service throwdown.
Excerpt: If you have ever heard me on the GiN Lounge or read some of my other Square Enix reviews, then you already know that I love the Final Fantasy series (and Square in general). So I'm sure it will come as no surprise when I tell you that I liked this game.
(PlayStation Portable Review) Dissidia 012[duodecim] Final Fantasy
The Entertainment Depot
2 May 2011
Summary: When the AI wants to buckle down and get with the brawling, Dissidia 012[duodecim] Final Fantasy is an amazing game. But even when the enemy plays the dunce or demigod, the encounters are still a lot of fun.
Summary: If there is something that over the years Square Enix has absolutely nailed down, it's that they know how to put on a good show. They'll give you plenty of bright colors, lots of explosions, people pausing for dramatic effect, and wild character designs, and as of late, I feel like I'm getting the...
Excerpt: It has been a long time since I've played an RPG just for the music. While I can't say that Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy is one of those games, it most certainly could have been. Featuring a breathtaking collection of remixed (and most likely remastered) audio from previous Final Fantasy releases,...
Conclusion: This title falls flat because it could have been something better. There's really no reason for a prequel... or a sequel for that matter. Square Enix should have taken this concept and went in a new direciton. Not the Final Fantasy direction.
Excerpt: A year and a half ago, in August of 2009, Square Enix made many a Final Fantasy fan happen by releasing Dissidia: Final Fantasy , a fighting game featuring most of the prominent heroes and villains from the many Final Fantasy games.
Excerpt: Less than two years after the biggest heroes and villains in the Final Fantasy series crossed blades to decide the fate of the universe, the battle continues in Dissidia Duodecim Final Fantasy, probably the most ridiculously-titled game in history.