Dissidia 012: Duodecim Final Fantasy Review

If you played and enjoyed the original Dissidia: Final Fantasy for the PSP, then please don


Another new addition for Dissidia 012 is the Assist Gauge. The Assist Gage fills up during battle, when it is full you can activate it to summon an ally to fight by your side. You have no control over the ally

Strong Graphics and Voice Acting


One of the strongest points of the first game is its graphics and sound. Dissidia 012 appears to use the same game engine, so the graphics are still above average for the PSP. Lightning

Is It Just Me or Is the Fighing Bad?


The core of the fighting game is exactly like the original Dissidia. You face off against a doppelganger fighter on a somewhat large 3D field. Characters have both a health gauge and an bravery points. You must first deplete the opponent

Another area that Square didn

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