Dissidia Final Fantasy NT
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Dissidia Final Fantasy NT is the third installment of the popular fight spin-off that puts the most popular heroes and villains in the Final Fantasy saga on the battlefield.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
The amount of things to unlock certainly gives the game a vast amount of replay value, especially for players that like to collect things. However, the incredibly poor online component means that you’ll be unlocking those items through frustratingly slow online matches, or by only grinding offline battles.
DISSIDIA FINAL FANTASY NT is an awesome new entry into the franchise and is also set to be a crossover with the newly announced DISSIDIA FINAL FANTASY OPERA OMNIA. The combat is fast and chaotic with 3 vs 3 action pitting 28 characters from across the realm of FINAL FANTASY. There is a lot on offer for fans new and old to the series with a lot of nostalgia mixed in – being able to fight in the fields overlooking Cornelia is awe inspiring.
Dissidia Final Fantasy NT is a competent arcade port but misses the mark as a full-fledged home console fighting experience thanks to a stark lack of ways to play
Dissidia Final Fantasy NT offers one of the biggest packages of characters and fanservice in the series but manages to steer that in the wrong direction with a questionable progression system and a overloaded UI mixed with a unexciting gameplay and leaves the game only recommendable for hardcore Final Fantasy Fans.
Review in German | Read full review
Overall, the game has been out since 2015 where it started on PlayStation 4, and now it is on Steam. It feels like it could be a great game if it didn't have so many issues and miscues for me.
If you are a fan the Final Fantasy saga and fighting games, then Dissidia Final Fantasy NT is definitely for you. Sadly we can't recommend this game just one style of gamer, as the deep strategic RPG mechanics and 3v3 fighting format is not for everyone, but it's still a gameplay that is richer and deeper than it seems.
If you enjoy the Final Fantasy series and are looking for a team-based brawler for some competitive play or just want to kick back with some decently intelligent AI team mates, DISSIDIA Final Fantasy is worth checking out after the $60 USD price drops a bit. Even if you aren’t big into fighting games, there isn’t a steep learning curve to it and there is something satisfying about building your best Final Fantasy draft and letting them rumble in glorious combat.
Dissidia: Final Fantasy NT feels limited since you'll have the most fun playing online. However, there's still plenty to unlock that,