Dissidia Final Fantasy NT
Dissidia Final Fantasy NT is an amalgam of both positive and negative design choices, but overall it's an excellent combination of interesting fights, varied characters, and entertaining fan service.
Dissidia Final Fantasy NT is the very definition of a mixed, middling experience, though when its combat shines it produces real magic with enormous potential.
No doubt if you are a fan of the Final Fantasy series you will be thrilled when you experience this game, it is a good fighting game and Team Ninja Studio has done a good job of developing the game's gameplay, but in contrast the presentation mode of story may be the worst I have seen with a slightly complicated user interface may quickly tire you of it, unless you are obsessed with the Final Fantasy world.
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A great homage to Final Fantasy series that may not be the best fighting game, but as it is, is an interesting and different take on the genre.
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Bustling and fun, it has quickly become every Final Fantasy'a fan (and new aquaintances) forbidden dream. Dissidia Final Fantasy it's waht we can call fanservice at its best.
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The thing is, what Dissidia NT does do well is hamstring itself from actually being good.
Final Fantasy fans will likely be enamoured with the array of classic locales to battle in, re-imagined songs from previous games, and the impressive roster of fighters on offer here, but it's all downhill after that. Dissidia Final Fantasy NT is a disappointing fighting game that crumples under the weight of poor design choices and crippling technical issues, leaving little reason to recommend it to anyone other than fervent supporters of the brand.
The third entry in the Dissidia franchise is a good one and fans of the franchise shouldn't miss out on this entry. With a massive roster of characters and entertaining combat, the core Dissidia mechanics are safe and sound. It's just a shame that this entry feels so bare bones, not only with its lack of game modes but in its story execution.
Dissidia Final Fantasy NT should be a celebration of the series as a whole and instead makes the franchise feel washed up. Character interactions are nice and graphics are definitely pretty, but mechanically the game feels behinds its competition and far more frustrating. Only recommended for the most hardcore of Final Fantasy fans, but even then, no local multiplayer? What's the point?
For what it is, instead of what it was, Dissidia Final Fantasy NT is an enjoyable team-based brawler for those interested in a seamless online experience and fanservice with your favorite Final Fantasy characters.