Final Fantasy Dissidia

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Final Fantasy Dissidia - PSP

Released: 18 de diciembre 2008 (Japón)!

Developer: Square Enix

Publisher Square Enix

Artistic Direction Tetsuya Nomura (designer) Yoshitaka Amano (illustrator) Yōsuke Shiokawa (director)

Genre Action Role Playing Game- Fight

Mode Single player -2 players

Platform PlayStation Portable

Media UMD

Dissidia: Final Fantasy (ディシディア ファイナルファンタジー, Dishidia Fainaru Fantajī) is an action game produced by Square Enix for the PlayStation Portable as part of the campaign of the Final Fantasy series 20th anniversary.


In Dissidia, there is an ongoing conflict between two gods: Chaos, the god of dischord, and Cosmos, the goddess of harmony. The two gods have battled for eons, until Chaos summoned a number of villains from other universes to serve him. These villains built an army and decimated the forces of good, and the balance of power tipped in Chaos' favor. The few survivors of the forces of good have banded together to strike back at Chaos and his forces and return order to the universes.


The game will unite both protagonists and antagonists from installments of the main Final Fantasy series, their stories narrated by the first Final Fantasy game's Cid of the Lufaine (voiced by Bunta Sugawara). Chaos (voiced by Norio Wakamoto) will also make an appearance as the god of dischord, while a new character, Cosmos (voiced by Sumi Shimamoto), will appear as the goddess of harmony.

The game will have an overarching storyline that requires playing through all of the characters to complete. The game contains twenty-two total playable characters: eleven heroes and eleven villains, one of each representing Final Fantasy through Final Fantasy X, and two secret characters: a heroine representing Final Fantasy XI, and a villain representing Final Fantasy XII. Characters' equipment can be customized, and they can gain EXP and gil from battles.

Many of the characters can transform into different forms, mostly as part of their EX Modes. For example, Sephiroth from Final Fantasy VII transforms into his One-Winged Angel form as seen in Final Fantasy VII Advent Children when entering EX Mode, whereas Cecil from Final Fantasy IV can switch between his Dark Knight and Paladin forms at any time.

Also, all characters will have an alternate costume; examples include a design for the Onion Knight that makes him resemble Luneth from the Nintendo DS version of Final Fantasy III, and Squall's SeeD uniform as seen in Final Fantasy VIII. Summons will be accessible using Summon Stones. There will be over 50 different summons, each with a different effect.


© 2008 SQUARE ENIX CO., LTD. All Rights Reserved. CHARACTER DESIGN:TETSUYA NOMURA ILLUSTRATION:© 2008 YOSHITAKA AMANO FINAL FANTASY, SQUARE ENIX and the SQUARE ENIX logo are registered trademarks or trademarks of Square Enix Holdings Co., Ltd. Final Fantasy DISSIDIA are registered trademarks of SquareEnix Co., Ltd.


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