Summary: 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.I goes from brain dead to near perfect in the blink of an eye. Still, its got some great graphics for a psp game, and is still fun to play casually, but I couldn't devote a lot of time to it after the novelty wore off.
Summary: 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. I made a mistake getting this game and thought it was from Kingdom Hearts but now I like it so much that I will be getting some Final Fantasy games now.
Summary: Great characters, great battle system, and a REALLY long story. You play as 10 Final Fantasy characters (one at a time of course) and your goal is to save the world by having each character obtain their own crystal. Fighting in the name of Cosmos, each character has their own goal, but the same task of triumphing over Chaos and his comrades. You will be tested. You will be doubtful. And you will lose. But the lesson this game teaches is to never EVER give up.
Summary: I love this game so much. The sequel was a must buy. It's a different approach to RPG-style fighting games, one that I really enjoyed. Between the immense amount of customization, the amazing visuals and design, and the hundred+ hours of fun, this is a great purchase for any Final Fantasy fans who love roleplaying stats and innovative fighting games.
Summary: SquareSoft is trying to cashing in by bringing a fighting game with all the fan favorite characters from the entire FF series. It's a RPG fighting game, as in you gain experience and level up as you fight. Maybe that's the reason why this game is interesting. Fighting mechanic wise, it's not Tekken or Street Fighter, but still fun nonetheless.