Summary: Fighting games have been around since the 1970s, although the genre didn't become popular until around a decade later. Square-Enix is definitely not a company one affiliates with fighting games like say, Capcom, although in 2008, the publisher announced a hybrid RPG/fighting game for the PlayStation...
Summary: You should get Dissidia Duo-Decim instead of this one because all is improved. The game play is fun, but in the older version, characters like Sephiroth are so overpowered that it's not fun to fight over and over.
Summary: With Dissidia, Square Enix have taken the Final Fantasy series away from its RPG roots to focus purely on fighting. Anxious Final Fantasy fans may fear this was a mistake but rest assured this is another jewel in Square Enix's prestigious crown.
Summary: I'm not exactly a huge fan for Final Fantasy, but this game changes that. I love the controls, which are easy to use for the first action gamer. The cutscences are nice, and there are a few that are outstanding(specifically, the first one).
Summary: Dissidia is basically like playing an anime version of chess. You have to make the right move or either you'll set off a chain reaction(which isn't bad, but it gets annoying from time to time.) or you'll run out of DP's(Destruction Points).
Summary: I am going to give you the short and sweet low down for this game. Basically the gods Chaos and Cosmos are leadings the warriors of the light or the dark to recover their crystals and restore power.
Summary: I've played this game a good bit since I received it as a Christmas present. I love the gameplay, it's very accessible. I love the characters they chose (for the most part). I love the nostalgia I get from seeing some old friends (Cloud, Terra, Firrion, Cecil). It's a fun game.