For whatever reason, Final Fantasy XIII‘s Lightning just keeps coming back even though nobody really likes her, and today she is returning again in the latest Dissidia Final Fantasy trailer.
Again, if you’ve seen any of the other trailers then you know what you’re getting into with this one. There’s lots of flying sword fighting going on, while you also get to check out Lightning’s own stage. Much like the game she comes from, it is just a long narrow path with not a whole lot going on in it.
Dissidia Final Fantasy launches in Japanese arcades this week, but there is still no news regarding an eventual release on consoles.
We’re getting closer and closer to the release of Dissidia Final Fantasy in Japanese arcades, and today the latest battle trailer focuses on Final Fantasy XII’s Vaan.
If you’ve seen any of the other trailers then you’re really not seeing anything new here, which is made even worse by the fact that the whole trailer focuses on Vaan. Final Fantasy XII is one of my least favorite games in the entire series, and Vaan is a major reason for that. They should have chosen Balthier, instead.
Final Fantasy VIII‘s Squall Leonhart is one of my favorite characters in the entire Final Fantasy universe (screw you, haters!) and now Square Enix has (finally) released a trailer that focuses on him opening up a can of whoopass on his opponents.
The trailer is pretty awesome, with Squall showing off moves like Lion Heart and even drawing from his opponents to gather up some energy. I also have to say that the remixed version of one of the battle themes from Final Fantasy VIII that is remixed for this trailer is sweet and makes me want to listen to it over and over.
Dissidia Final Fantasy will be launching in Japanese arcades on November 26th, though a console release has not been confirmed.
Another day, another Dissidia Final Fantasy character trailer. This time the brief clip focuses on none other than fan-favorite Cloud Strife, and he unsurprisingly kicks the crap out of anybody in his way.
We not only get to see Cloud take it to his enemies in this clip, as we also get to check out the Midgar level that the action takes place in. The design of the level is incredible, perfectly capturing the grimy and ominous tone that the original area had.
Dissidia Final Fantasy will launch in Japanese arcades exclusively at first, though it is expected that the game will eventually see a release on current-generation consoles.
Square Enix has been slowly but surely releasing character trailers for their upcoming arcade game, Dissidia Final Fantasy, and today we received one that focuses on Final Fantasy VI‘s Terra.
The trailer shows off some brief gameplay of Terra beating the ever-loving crap out of other mainstays of the Final Fantasy series, and it’s all very entertaining to watch. This better launch on consoles at some point or I’m gonna have to get out the ol’ torch and pitchfork.
Dissidia Final Fantasy launches in Japanese arcades on November 26th, 2015.
Square Enix has given fans a new look at Dissidia Final Fantasy today with gameplay footage showing off Bartz Klauser from Final Fantasy V.
The gameplay here is unsurprisingly bombastic, with big levels and lightning-fast action happening consistently. As a fan of the PSP games I’m really excited to see how the more powerful hardware of today and do for the series, and so far it only looks good.
Dissidia Final Fantasy is currently only releasing in Japanese Arcades, but it is widely expected that the game will eventually get a console release.
It may not be in English, but that doesn’t stop this footage from being very impressive.
Dissidia Final Fantasy is making a comeback this year in Japanese arcades, and the game has received a Japanese tutorial video to show off how the game works.
Even though the video is in Japanese, it isn’t hard to understand what is going on here. Basically, there are enemies in the area and it is your job to beat them to a pulp. This is a system that worked great in the PSP versions, but seeing it now with PS4 graphics makes this one look draw-dropping.
As was the case with previous entries in the series, Dissidia Final Fantasy will contain a cast of characters that spans the entire series. It will also be bringing with it some new bells and whistles, such as 3 vs. 3 battles. It has also been revealed that Final Fantasy Tactics‘ main protagonist, Ramza Beoulve, will be added to the game post launch. This excites me to no end, as Final Fantasy Tactics is one of my favorite games of all time. Woohoo!
Dissidia Final Fantasy is set to be released in Japan later this year. What is interesting is that a console version of the game has not been confirmed, even though the game was developed with the PlayStation 4’s framework. Check out the tutorial video for the game below.