Dissidia Final Fantasy came out over a year ago in Japan as an arcade game, but a console version is apparently still in the works.
This past weekend in Tokyo, Square Enix did their first location test of the upcoming Dissidia: Final Fantasy arcade—and Kotaku was on hand to try it out.
Announced this weekend at the Japanese Amusement Expo, Dissidia Final Fantasy takes Square Enix's franchise-wide fighting game from the PSP to the arcade with three-on-three battles between a horde of iconic characters.
In today's Speak Up on Kotaku side-story tailored especially for beginning readers, commenter Daemon_Gildas suggests Square Enix tap the most reviled entry in the storied Final Fantasy series for its next all-star fighting tournament.
Square Enix's next Final Fantasy fighting game for the PSP will, at the very least, have some very handsome cinematics stuffed onto a UMD, as proven by the latest Japanese trailer for Dissidia 012 [duodecim] Final Fantasy.
Character art. Screen shot galores. Pre-rendered scenes. If you were feeling wistful about Final Fantasy fighting game Dissidia 012[Duodeicm], fret not. You can see a lot of the 2011 PSP game, with new images from the house of Final Fantasy, Square-Enix.
Let's start with the name: Dissidia 012[Duodecim]. You don't say the "12. "That's the first thing I recently learned about the new Final Fantasy fighting game.
Square Enix is following up its role-playing fighting game Dissidia Final Fantasy with "Dissidia 012 [duodecim] Final Fantasy".
Today, at a press conference in Tokyo, Namco Bandai announced a action title that brings together 35 characters from the 13 Tales of games. Characters from each title exist in the same game universe.
Famitsu publisher Enterbrain has crunched data for December sales, and tallied up the ten biggest games in Japan. Wonder what's number one with a bullet?
When we were children, we wanted two things: a Super Mario Bros. movie and a Final Fantasy fighting game; we got one of those things, and it made us wish we were dead.
Ahh, Akihabara, the mecca — nay, the Las Vegas of videogames. Uhh. I didn't go there today. I went to Nakano instead. Nakano is Akihabara in a shoebox. I like shoeboxes. Saw something interesting there.
A reader has alerted us to the fact that Square Enix's Japanese site now carries a link to ubiquitous Japanese drinks company Suntory who are selling a range of canned Dissidia 'potions'. Unlike the previous Suntory Final Fantasy potions, Dissidia Final Fantasy Potion eschews a ludicrous/awesome dildo-shaped bottle in…
Nice box! That's the packaging for the limited edition DISSIDIA: Final Fantasy PSP bundle. It's white with pictures on it. Priced at ¥25,890 (US$ 270) and includes a copy of the game and the PSP-3000. Take a look at that, after the jump. Likewise, it's white with pictures on it.
DISSIDIA: Final Fantasy has been dated: the action RPG hits Japanese PSPs on December 18th. Tetsuya Nomura did the character designs, and while the game has a good buzz, it'll be good to see Square Enix get the title out the doors. You know, so Nomura can focus on more important things. Final Fantasy Versus XIII,…