Just in case you had a hankering for more avatars, costumes, and background music for Dissidia Duodecim, Square Enix has you covered. A batch of DLC avatars is available now, with the costumes and music to come on July 19, and a full list of both can be read here.
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So close to all D’s, yet so far. In a press release today, Square Enix announced that downloadable content for Dissidia 012 Duodecim is now available on the PlayStation Network. At $0.99 per purchase, the content ranges from additional outfits to background music packs; the latter including music from previous Final Fantasy games. The full list of options is available here.
A veritable sea of callbacks and references, Dissidia 012[duodecim] Final Fantasy is about what is expected from a massive crossover game. Whether this is a good thing or not depends a great deal on what your personal feelings are towards the Final Fantasy series, but thankfully, the underlying mechanics are solid enough that even those who find the constant self-reference tiresome should find something to enjoy. Dissidia Duodecim is a game with a steep learning curve, omnipresent loading times, and a rather disjointed plot, but it also presents a wonderfully deep combat system and a pool of content so huge that it borders on the absurd. But given how heavily the game relies on its combat system, how much a player will enjoy Dissidia Duodecim depends a lot on how eager they are for a fast paced battle. Continue reading ‘Dissidia 012[duodecim] Final Fantasy – Staff Review #2’ »
Just in case you needed some visuals to go along with the announcement below, Dengeki was kind enough to provide screens and artwork for Hyperdimension Neptunia Mk2. Along with that we’ve got some Final Fantasy Type-0, Dissidia 012 Duodecim, Pandora’s Tower, and Tales of the Abyss 3DS. Check it out: Continue reading ‘Mass Media 04/23/11’ »
Dissidia: Final Fantasy was a game that kind of took players by surprise. On the one hand, it’s hard to believe that it took this long to make a fighting game out of Final Fantasy, and on the other hand, it’s hard to believe that you could honestly make it work. The result was one of the best games on the PSP to date, so when a prequel was announced, it had some big shoes to fill. Ultimately, Dissidia 012 is a fantastic, yet oddly named game that needs to be in your library. Continue reading ‘Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy – Staff Review’ »
Gooooood evening! We interrupt your regularly scheduled browsing for some media, with which you can resume browsing. So it’s less an interruption and more a supplement, really. Or, something. Whatever. Anyway, here’s what we have today: Atelier Meruru, Dissidia 012 Duodecim, Dragon Quest Heroes: Rocket Slime 3, Dragon Quest Monsters Joker 2, Final Fantasy III iPod, Final Fantasy IV Complete Collection, Gungnir: Mayari no Gunshin to Eiyuu Sensou, Moon Driver, and Persona 2 Innocent Sin.
Hiya folks! John here, fresh from my trip to Vegas and my laughably annoying flight home. Long story short, you get what you pay for, and it’s the reason What Happened This Week will be slightly delayed. But I digress, you’re here for the media. Today’s selection includes the following: Continue reading ‘Mass Media 03/12/11’ »
Fun trick for those just joining the Valkyria Chronicles 2 party, such as myself: if one of your guys steps on a mine, use a vehicle to bump him off. Mine detonates, and neither unit is harmed. Today’s army trains you with the skills you need to get ahead in today’s world!
But enough about weird things I find in games. Got some media for you guys, so gather ’round: Cladun 2, Dissidia 012 Duodecim, Dragon Quest Monsters Joker 2, Everyday Messiah, Final Fantasy IV Complete Collection, and UnchainBlades Rexx. Continue reading ‘Mass Media 03/06/11’ »
Slow news week as far as RPGs go, although there are a quite a few juicy rumors floating around elsewhere. Oh, to be a fly on the wall at an Activision Blizzard meeting down at the DICE conference in Vegas… but I digress. Got some media for you to chew on in the meantime: Dark Souls, Dissidia 012 Duodecim, Everyday Messiah, Shining Hearts, Tales of the Abyss 3DS, and Voice Fantasy. Continue reading ‘Mass Media 02/11/11’ »
Greetings from the Chicago suburbs, currently known as the Greater Illinois Snow Field of Doom. Come on in and warm up with some fresh media: 3rd Birthday, Atelier Violet, Dissidia 012 Duodecim, Dragon Quest Monsters Joker 2, Final Fantasy Type-0, Final Fantasy XIII-2, Kingdom Hearts: Dream Drop Distance, Persona 2 Innocent Sin, Phantasy Star Portable 2 Infinity, and Valkyria Chronicles 3. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll spot familiar faces, you’ll wonder what the DPS on Luka’s giant fish is.
I am actually somewhat curious about that, but I digress. On with the media! Continue reading ‘Mass Media 02/01/11’ »
Media’s here, folks! Hope you’re hungry, because we have a ton of it for you: Atelier Violet, Dissidia 012 Duodecim, SaGa3: Ruler of Space-Time – Shadow or Light, Shining Hearts, The Last Story, Trinity: Souls of Zill O’ll, and Venus & Braves PSP. Continue reading ‘Mass Media 01/26/11’ »
In an official press release, Square Enix announced that Dissidia 012 Duodecim will hit North American retailers starting March 22, with the SRP set at $29.99. The press release in full can be found here.
Would’ve loved one more d-word in there, but oh well. Dissidia Duodecim has received an official release date of March 3, 2011 in Japan. No date has been set for releases elsewhere beyond “sometime in 2011.”
Weekly Shonen Jump has revealed that a sequel to Dissidia: Final Fantasy is in the works. Dubbed Dissidia Duodecim, the title is set for a 2011 release on the PSP, though no hard date was given. Little information is known at this point, though the magazine did confirm that Final Fantasy XIII‘s Lightning and Final Fantasy IV‘s Kain will be playable characters.
Source and translation: adriasang