The battle between good and evil continues: The action-packed world of Dissidia Final Fantasy is back in full-force, now with new game modes, story missions, items, alternate costumes and combat features * Soar through expansive environments and participate in gripping combat, all while enjoying RPG-based character development that adds a rich layer of depth to the story behind the clashing forces * New characters revealed: Kain (Final Fantasy IV), Tifa (Final Fantasy VII) and Lightning (Final Fantasy XIII) are revealed as playable characters - the first of many new faces to step up in this ultimate battle between good and evil * New features and scenarios: New to Dissidia 012duodecim Final Fantasy are an Assist feature that enables players to enlist characters as back-up in combat, as well as a playable Chaos storyline that further enhances the robust gameplay experience
First off, at 30 dollars, this game is a steal. There is simply so much you can do even after you finish the story mode. Secondly, while it looks a lot like the first Dissidia, there are plenty of tweaks that make for a better game play experience. Here's a quick list of some significant changes the game presents.-New characters like Lightning, Kain, Yuna and Tifa.-Chases require you to be on the ball at all times. If you're trying to guess whether you're going to either throw or receive an HP or Bravery at..
So yes, This game I have been waiting for for such a long time. I am glad that I got it. It is almost like I am playing a different game from the first. Now there are some good and bad to this game. Now if you have ever played draonball z budakai, there are cut scenes during the game where its a one button dodge or attack that will have you and the opponent go back and forth until someone is actually hit, well it was in the first Dissidia and easy to anticipate the opponent but now its HARDER, I mean hard..
>>The PremiseDissidia Duodecim, for the uninitiated, is a 3-D, real-time brawler featuring most of the main protagonists and antagonists of the entire Final Fantasy series. Battles are frenetic, acrobatic, and--while seemingly shallow at first--offer deep strategy and customization. It's a lot like for the series, except it's one-on-one and 3-D. What this means is that, just like Smash Bros., Dissidia provides tons of secrets, unlockables, fan service, and content. Players unfamiliar with Final Fantasy wi..