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Dissidia Final Fantasy (PSP)

Dissidia Final Fantasy (PSP)
alaScore 96

129 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 129 reviews from magazines and websites.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation Portable Games (PSP) the Dissidia Final Fantasy (PSP) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 96/100 = Excellent quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 129 reviews)

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Dissidia: Final Fantasy (PSP)

 

Fan service? Absolutely. Fun? Unquestionably. Dissidia is a Final Fantasy fan's dream come true, the kind of crossover that's sure to make franchise aficionados giddy. Yet it's far more than just a love letter to series fanatics. Dissidia: Final...

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Dissidia Final Fantasy Review

 

Find out which FF character kicks the most ass.

There's also an Arcade mode, where it is straight up fighting. All characters are equal and items and equipment is pre-chosen for those who want to just jump in and play.For those who want to show off their hard fought win, humiliating loss or just...

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Dissidia: Final Fantasy (PSP) Review

 

A great PSP game? Or is it the greatest PSP game ever?

Dissidia gives you everything you could want in a game and lets you take it anywhere with you. Between the amazing music, great graphics and adrenaline-fueled fights, it's an easy game to pick up, yet quite hard to put down, not that you'll mind.

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Dissidia - Final Fantasy Review for the PSP

 

Dissed and dismissed.

OMG Cloud is soooo cooool; A few decent cut-scenes

Unbalanced combat; Lots of load screens; Strange combat map; Mostly a fan tchotchke; 'D' for Dissidia

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Dissidia Final Fantasy

 

Heavy on fan service, light on fun.

When fighting, you'll have to stats to keep an eye on, your traditional HP, represented by a number at the bottom, and then your Bravery stat. Bravery basically signifies how hard you can hit, and while you start off with a set amount at the beginning...

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Dissidia Final Fantasy

 

If you're like me, then you've certainly played your fair share of fighting games. Between Street Fighter, Mortal Kombat, Tekken and Soul Calibur, I've experienced just about everything the genre has to offer. I don't care if it features polygons,...

Dissidia: Final Fantasy manages to marry at least two completely disparate genres into one of the best games of the year. Not only is it exciting and full of fast-paced action, but it's also deep and full of replay value. I could gush about Dissidia...

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Dissidia: Final Fantasy

 

When one thinks of a "fan service," not often does one think of an IP that not only meets the requirements of the term, but also goes beyond expectations and delivers a quality gaming experience. Many fan service offerings undeniably fall short in...

Dissidia: Final Fantasy mixes a near perfect fan service with tight gameplay, unrivaled visuals, and an extensive amount of side-content. This IP should not be passed up.

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Dissidia: Final Fantasy - PSP review at Thunderbolt Games

 

Final Fantasy: anyone who's ever pressed an X button is familiar with Square's behemoth that is the Final Fantasy series of turn-based RPGs. They're a collection of epic tales matched only by their fiercely memorable cast – good luck bumping into a...

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Dissidia: Final Fantasy

 

Before, when one thought of Final Fantasy and a fighting game together, the only game that would come to mind would be Ehrgeiz, and, well... let's not go there. Finally, with the release of Dissidia: Final Fantasy on the PSP, Square Enix's storied RPG...

FF fans can rejoice, as they finally have a fighting game worthy of the franchise. Fighting fans can enjoy a new take on an old genre. Gamers can, and will, love this game.

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Dissidia: Final Fantasy

 

Fanboys rest easy, what could have easily sputtered out the gate as a cash-in actually wound up being another one of the PSP's premier titles. The combat system, once you get the hang of it, is surprisingly deep and engaging, and it does well to...

Product Specifications

The fantasy knows no end. Of the endless fantasies, this is a "Heresy" that is only told once. An endless battle continues between Cosmos, goddess of harmony, and Chaos, the god of discord. Both are symbols. Both form an equilibrium. Above all, both are the universe. But when the destroyers broke their balance, the world was consumed by Chaos. The only hope left for the world is the 10 warriors summoned by Cosmos. This is the story of possibilities. And the world they created. The fantasy is never set in form.