Dissidia: Final Fantasy has a sequel, with a strange and over-the-top typeset title: Dissidia [duodecim] 012: Final Fantasy. Yeah, what’s up with that, right? But more importantly, this new Dissidia sequel will have Lightning Farron from Final Fantasy XIII and our favorite Dragoon, Kain Highwind, from Final Fantasy IV. This all comes from the latest issue of Japanese magazine Shonen Jump. Dissidia Duodecim has been announced for a 2011 release [...]
Dissidia: Final Fantasy seemed like every Final Fantasy fans wet dream. A fighting game featuring the protagonists and antagonists from the 12 numbered games does sound pretty awesome. And it was, garnering a metacritic score of 79/100. And when games are popular and sell a lot of copies, there’s a high probability of a sequel being made. When asked about a possible Dissidia sequel in a Twitter interview (yes those [...]
Square Enix confirmed today that the release for Dissidia: Final Fantasy in Europe should be revealed in the next few weeks. “We’ll be making an announcement on the release timing later this month,” a rep told the press today. The PSP Final Fantasy fighting game, which has a rough “mind 2009″ release date in the US, was the biggest selling title in Japan for the month of January.
It’s Christmas already in some parts of the world, and it’s just around the corner for the rest of us. As such, the gang here at The Gaming Vault will be wrapping things up on the website until the new year. From myself, and everyone else on staff, have a pleasant holiday season. May your next few days be full of cheer, happiness… and lots and lots of video games! [...]
In our third Dissidia: Final Fantasy character guide, we take a look at Firion. This uniquely dressed hero, hailing from Final Fantasy II believes he’s so hardcore that he carries around not just one, not even two, but seven weapons in combat! And we’re going to show you how to use them, and use them well.
It looks like the PlayStation portable still has some life left in it yet. On its first day at retail in Japan yesterday, Square Enix’s Dissidia: Final Fantasy sold a whopping 350,000 copies! 40,000 of theses sales were of the 20th Anniversary Limited Pack, which came with a limited edition PSP-3000 system. This makes Dissidia’s launch equal to the success of Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII — mind you, it [...]