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Dissidia Final Fantasy NT

With the struggle between order and chaos quelled by saviours from beyond, the realm was destined to fade from existence. Instead, an arcane power has breathed new life into it—bestowing these decaying remains with purpose once more. The fight has begun anew, and the world is your arena. Over twenty-four of FINAL FANTASY's most recognisable faces have assembled to take part in interdimensional fisticuffs. Face off against other teams in action-packed, three-on-three melees that require sense as well as strength to win. Each combatant can be one of four types: vanguard, assassin, marksman, or specialist; play off your allies' fighting styles, master the bravery system, and emerge triumphant from the clash of steel and sorcery! In addition to standard battles, there will be skirmishes that employ special rulesets, along with cutscenes that tell the story of this reborn world, the gods that rule it, and the warriors who fight for it.
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

I was initially nervous when I was getting ready to buy this game. I had read the reviews, watched videos, and saw how people were generally unhappy or maybe not as excited as the past few Dissidia games. Despite that, I'm a pretty devoted Final Fantasy fan and it's because I love the last two Dissidia games that compelled me to buy this anyway, in addition to seeing that they included Ramza from my favorite Final Fantasy franchise, Tactics/War of the Lions.
The overarching theme of my review: "it's different".
Chances are that people playing this game have also played the original FF: Dissidia and Dissidia 012. This Dissidia definitely isn't either of those for several reasons:
-It's more intended for the fights and online play than the story itself
-Speaking of the story, there is no longer a storyline for each individual character, rather there is one big story that breaks into several paths, allowing you to play as multiple parties of characters
-They removed EX-Bursts, meaning you no longer get a cinematic finisher-type attack with QTEs
-Equipment is no longer an aspect, thus stats are relatively set aside from summon passives
-Leveling a character, or raising their C-level, unlocks their additional HP attacks as well as voice lines
-Your bravery attacks are set, thus no leveling will earn you additional BRV combos
-You now have three other abilities: a buff, a debuff, and a character's unique ability that has a charge time
-As far as the story mode goes, doing offline matches such as gauntlet mode will unlock the keys to view different cinematics and partake in story fights
-The summon is pretty much the "big boom" you try and work for in changing the tide of the fight
-There are now combat roles typical of RPGs: assassin, marksman, vanguard, specialist, and so on, and while the playability of these roles can be flexible, you may find yourself doing homework and practice sessions on your favorite character
-And y'all may already know this, but matches are typically 3v3, with everything between that and 1v1 being an option as well (2v2, 2v3, 1v3, go nuts)
There are a few other things, but those are essentially the biggest things. After putting about 10 hours in, this game reminds me less of the original Dissidia games and more of Dragon Ball: Xenoverse (in terms of the fighting mechanics), but with Final Fantasy characters and AMAZING music.
I'll admit, the fighting system in this is pretty tough- the action is pretty chaotic at times, getting knocked into a wall could spell your doom, a summon being AGAINST you definitely feels hopeless at times as your caught between the summon's explosive attacks taking chunks out of your bravery AND your still being attacked by the enemy characters. The characters are all also very unique in their dynamic; it's definitely not a game where you can learn one character pretty well and then transfer your know-how to another character.
What I do like about this game is that it IS different. One thing to bear in mind is that Dissidia NT was originally an arcade game and not initially released on consoles or desktop. That said, it has adapted pretty well and you now have a game that feature most franchises' heroes and villain, as well as many side characters from those games (like having Cloud, Sephiroth, and now also Tifa, or Tidus, Jecht, and now Yuna). I would love to see them add even more characters or complete some of the franchises (*cough* Agrias or Delita from FFT or Vivi from FF9). I don't think a lot of folks were prepared to have to essentially relearn the game, that, and it does have somewhat more limited features than the past Dissidia game since you're essentially stuck to versus modes while unlocking keys to a story and you're no longer grinding for equipment.
However, I have to give a huge nod the the homage the game pays to its franchises; the game is rife with character customizations and soundtracks that go back to their original games and it's beautiful in a lot of cases. Some of the characters have been tweaked to sorta fit their Dissidia personalities (Kefka immediately comes to mind as he is more comedic that sinister), but between the costumes, weapon appearances, lines, roster, and so on, there's a lot to appreciate when you're playing as your favorite character.
To sum up, Dissidia is probably mixed in reception because it is ultimately a different sort of fighting game from its previous two incarnations. It's definitely made with more online fighting intentions, but that's generally the atmosphere of most fight games nowadays, and bear in mind that this game wasn't originally designed to be released outside of the arcade. However, when you play this game, you're still getting the experience that you were looking forward to when you bought the very first Dissidia game- it's a mega crossover of all of the mainline Final Fantasy games up to Final Fantasy 15, from the Warrior of Light and Garland to Noctis and Ardyn.
It may not be for everybody, but I recommend it as it's a treat to any longtime Final Fantasy fans.

Review from Steam

Everyone seems to hate this game, huh...
It's an addicting game, the multiplayer might be dead but singleplayer is enough for it to be fun. The battles are epic and stressful in a good way.
I would play this game a lot even if it wasn't about Final Fantasy, but the inclusion of FF content just makes it much cooler and charismatic IMO.

Review from Steam

this game look good, Indeed the gameplay is fun...
..but where is the storyline? D:

Review from Steam

they got final fantasy 2 in this one

Review from Steam

This game is far better than the general gaming masses made it out to be, and if you can get the game on sale it's an absolute steal for any Final Fantasy fan! DO THE TUTORIAL and give it some time to learn. There is a free trail version so you have nothing to lose by giving it a go. With that out of the way, this game will not live up to expectations set by the PSP games. Viewing NT as a more casual spin off with plenty of eye candy seems more fitting.

Review from Steam

Review from Steam

I Like this game, and is a very good game... if you don't compare it with 012.
Is not that is worse, is just a different alternative. Many reviews compare this with 012, and to be honest, is like compare DBZ Fighter Z with other Dragon Ball fighting games. They are different.
So, forgetting about 012 and thinking about this game as standalone... is not bad. Is relatively fun, graphics are great (requirements too) roster is decent... is a good game just to chill out and have fun.
Bad things? of course. Don't expect more updates, the game is death and abandoned, so not your game if you look for online. Story is meh. The way to unlock chapters with memories is meh. The way to unlock barely everything is meh.
Definitely is not for everyone. But me, that loved some classic Playstation games like Psychic Force, I can enjoy it. Not sure the time will spend on this, I have a big backlog, but is a good and interesting game.... that you can try for free. or for 11,99€ on a sale.
For what delivers is way, way better than many games that asks for 70€ (And some 115€ games, eh Koei Tecmo?)
Got the Deluxe edition plus Tifa after having the free version for long time and no regrets. Is a perfect game to play with your child’s or with some friends and beers on a weekend.
Come on, if there are people to play Super Smash Bros Ultimate, why not this? Good game on his style is different, and that's a good thing.