Reviews and Problems with DISSIDIA 012 FINAL FANTASY
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Final Fantasy Fan
Jose Valle, Amazon
7 July 2013
Summary: I am a huge fan of the series from it's inception. Seeing fan favorites battle it out is like the greatest fan fiction come true. Great tutorials help flesh out the game-play. The story mode is a bit lack luster but provides hours of entertainment.
Great game for the Final Fntasy diehard and Fighting genre veterans.
14 September 2011
Summary: This game really is the true Final Fantasy fighter. This is a great addition to any PSP owners library of titles. Graphics are top notch for the tiny handheld and really show that the PSP alone is to be considered a worthwhile and credible platfrom. Although some parts of the game may be a bit tedious and hard to get a hold of, the more you play it the more you will get into it. It definitely made up for all the short comings of the first Dissidia title and then some.
An even bigger helping of fan service this time around.
Daniel Quiroz, Game Informer
15 May 2011
Summary: Dissidia Duodecim 012 Final Fantasy yes a real mouthful but even though the title is pretty bad the game itself is good. Square Enix decided to make a sequal or prequel to its fighter slash rpg, the story takes place before the events of the first game where a small group led by lighting (from ff 13) to stop the manikins from overunning abd killing their friends but something else is going on behind the scenes.
Summary: The original Dissidia was a great game for Final Fantasy enthusiasts, and Duodecim has improved most of the game to make it even better this time around. The addition of a world map and rpg mode make the game feel more like Final Fantasy, and more characters is never a bad thing. Greater health bars mean that fights will last more than a few seconds, and the removal of DP takes away the feeling of loss when you miss out on a great item because you couldn't meet a...
Summary: Before I start the article, what does Duodecim mean? Dissidia 012 takes the old Dissidia game, and actually makes it into a Final Fantasy game, not just a fighting one. Taking away the board game type of story mode, and replacing it with a more "rpg" type of play. New character additions makes the game even more , should I say, playable. The newer characters, though they don't fit in as much as the first game, give players a nice little reward to new buyers.