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Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Steelbook Brawler Edition - PlayStation 4

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    Overview

    What's Included


    • Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Steelbook Brawler Edition

    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    84% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (54 out of 65)

    Product Details


    • Developer: Team Ninja
    • Publisher: Square Enix
    • Platform: PlayStation 4
    • Genre: Action and Adventure|Fighting
    • Edition: Steelbook Brawler Edition

    Synopsis


    In partnership with Team Ninja from KOEI TECMO GAMES, Square Enix presents DISSIDIA® FINAL FANTASY® NT as a new and refreshing experience - a team-based brawler.
    Combining seamless gameplay, FINAL FANTASY characters and breathtaking worlds from the past 30 years of the franchise, DISSIDIA FINAL FANTASY NT welcomes all gamers to the online battle arena with its renowned bravery combat system.
    DISSIDIA FINAL FANTASY NT allows you to choose from over 20 legendary FINAL FANTASY characters and battle in a 3-versus-3 arena. Call forth familiar summons like Ifrit, Shiva and Odin to dominate the opposing side. This is not your average fighter - this is your fantasy, your fight.
    Enter the arena in early 2018.
    A PlayStation Plus membership is needed for online play.

    Features


    SteelBook Brawler Edition* Pre-order

    Receive one of three limited edition SteelBook designs at random. Each steelbook design features a different set of iconic Final Fantasy characters: three on the front and three on the back.**

    Final Fantasy, everything you could ever want

    Over twenty playable Final Fantasy legends to play. Over ten iconic battle arenas. And legendary summons

    Welcome warrior, there's a mode for all

    A mode for every player, whether it's competitive online matches, custom lobbies for friends only, offline matches versus AI, or training to learn and refine combat techniques

    The more you fight, the more you gain

    After each battle, the player will receive experience points and Gil. With that, players can gain new skills and freely customize their character

    Only the brave survive

    The bravery combat system allows a much deeper and more methodical approach to the fighting game genre, separating luck from skill. The way to win is to garner bravery points before unleashing critical HP attacks against your opponent

    3 vs. 3 battles

    A PlayStation Plus membership is needed for online play

    For 1 player or up to 6 players online

    *Includes 3 alternate art FINAL FANTASY® TRADING CARD GAME cards.

    **While supplies last. Limited Quantities.



    Customer rating

    Rating 4.1 out of 5 stars with 65 reviews

    83%
    would recommend to a friend

    Pros

    Cons

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Drastically different then other fighters

      Posted
      FlupMcDood
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      After playing hundreds of hours of the previous games and then anticipating this game for many years, I can safely say I'm disappointed. The option for 1v1s (standard in nearly every fighting game, at least more recent ones) is completely overshadowed by a forced 3v3 mode which becomes incredibly chaotic and any team synergy almost seems nonexistent unless you have a few friends that play it, making practice very tough. Another disappointing thing is the removal of of the assist system that originally came from Duodecim (the second game) and just like Marvel/Fighterz it helped set up stronger combos but in this game you have to rely on a team which just 1v1 each other anyway so it doesn't matter. Another huge, (and I mean this was a really REALLY big feature in the previous games) is customizable bravery attacks which you usually had an option of approximately 8 per character (maybe more, maybe less) which you could attach to certain button combos like circle and up or just circle. The story mode albeit good so far is annoying to finish because you need this in-game currency known as Memoria which unlock sections of the story which either contain cutscenes or a battle but if you want to see the whole thing you'll need to do a LOT of grinding so have fun with that. Those are just a few complaints of many that I have and as for the positives, I can say that the music is phenomenal still and the remixes are all metal/rock based, making them more intense. Another great thing apart from music and the obvious graphics is the increase amount of skins per character, with each character containing 6 (I believe) as opposed to the 2-3 in the previous games. All in all if you don't mind 3v3s (or as I like to refer to it 3 simultaneous 1v1s) then this game could be for you but if not play Duodecim on the PSP (don't play the first one because duodecim is literally the definitive game because it has the story of the first one plus its other content), much better in the gameplay and story aspect.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Great Game Not Popular Enough

      Posted
      Ezina
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      The game is super fun, though there are some things that are missing. Like a better story and how you play that story. Everything evolves around the Multiplayer in this game or Offline Gauntlet. You get unlock tokens for the story which take some time to get. The story is good just not long enough or doesn't FEEL long enough since most parts are just cinematic to show off the graphics of Dissidia. The Online play is fun but not anything to get excited about. it had a good launch and whether or not it runs on servers is completely up for debate you do lag on occasion since the game doesn't seem to look in your region first before extending the search. I have fun playing it. I will give it 5 stars because I feel like this game was overwhelmed and out sold because of Square's bad business practices, because a week prior Lost Sphear came out and so anyone looking forward to that game didn't get dissidia at that moment. So Square I think hurt their own sales when it came to Dissidia.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      A classic redone

      Posted
      whynoteventry
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      I am a final fantasy fan of 20 years. Whenever the original Dissidia came out, I saved up everything I could to buy a PSP to play it on release day and then played it's sequel. When I bought a Vita, the first thing that I did was download these digitally from the store. While I wasn't sure about the incorporation of a 3 vs 3 model for this new installation to the series, it slowly grew on me during the Beta and I was fully in love by release. Note that if you are not used to fast paced, 3D brawlers like this game there is a tutorial system to teach you all the basics you will need to know. I go back in regularly to redo these to freshen up my skills since the games release. Beautiful game, great story, easy-to-learn handling. If you are a Final Fantasy fan, you need to pick this up. My roommates have even gotten enjoyment out of just watching me play the matches and I have walked in multiple times to them picking up the controller to give it a try themselves. Even better, the development team is wanting to expand the roster to include 40 characters so there is variety and more to learn and love!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Not your standard fighter

      Posted
      TheRabidWookiee
      • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

      This game is taking a lot of heat, some of it justified. However, if you are wanting this to be a smash brothers, street fighter or tekken, you may not enjoy this. This is a brawler and you fight the enemy by using bravery attacks, when they are broken, you then use HP attacks to wipe them out. The team shares health, so if you have 3 people go down and then respawn, the next time a memeber dies, you lose. The cinematics are enjoyable to watch, they are outright beautiful and seeing beloved characters in HD models is icing on the cake. The story may be hit or miss, but it is still enjoyable. My biggest complaint would be the camera angle and targeting and it would be nice to have a larger roster. But I think this is a fun game and I am glad that Dissidia finally made its way to console.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      I like this game, but can't exactly recommend it

      Posted
      Adam
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      This is a very niche fighting game. While i would absolutely recommend the older games, this one is harder to. I like the story mode but it is complicated and the bosses seem unfair, hindering your progress and taking up your time in a way that is wasteful. The game feel seems off as well, you kind of need to plan out what you are going to do, it feels like the controls are delayed compared to the old ones. While I have a real good time with this game it feels like its all a little off and it makes the experience of the game very bittersweet, because we have been waiting a long time for this game to arrive.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Decent Fighting Game

      Posted
      TheRick
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      I felt like Final Fantasy Dissidia NT lacks something. If you want to progress in story mode, you will have to play offline mode and level up the ranks and levels of the fighters as well as earn story "memoria" to unlock a segment of the story mode. I feel like you have to really grind in order to level up the 27+ characters to max level as well as unlock music tracks, character lines, player avatars, and costumes. This game feel very repetitive and it gets tiring very fast. Besides all that, I am a fan of the Final Fantasy series, so I enjoy this game in my own way.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Fun game, but lacking.

      Posted
      CraigN
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      This is a great game if you're a fan of all things Final Fantasy. It's a 3v3 arena "fighter" featuring many characters from the franchise. I would not liken it to Smash Bros featuring FF, because that's not quite what this is. The game is fun, if not a little simplistic, and has some net connectivity issues, though hard to tell if this is because of playerbase (or a lack thereof) or just bad netcode. Definitely worth playing, but the game is admittedly missing some things that other Dissida entries enjoyed.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Better than expected

      Posted
      Kiel695
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      • Top 250 ContributorTop 250 Contributor

      I managed to keep my expectations for this game fairly low considering how much flack it was receiving for its new 3 person team combat style. I kind of enjoy this because it forces you to choose multiple characters (even if you only choose the same 3 person team), instead of only playing one character as I am prone to find one I like and stick with him/her. The story is about what you expect and the 3 person team can drastically change the fighting style to make it much more interesting. The gameplay is smooth and the graphics are great if not quite exceptional.

      I would recommend this to a friend


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