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Final Fantasy has four basic modes of gameplay: an overworld map, town and dungeon maps, a battle screen, and a menu screen. The overworld map is a scaled-down version of the game's fictional world, which the player uses to direct characters to various locations. The primary means of travel across the overworld is by foot, but a canoe, a ship, and an airship become available as the player progresses. With the exception of some battles in preset locations or with bosses, enemies are randomly encountered on field maps and on the overworld map when traveling by foot, canoe, or ship, and must either be fought or fled from.

Platform: Sony PSP  Players: 1   Co-op: No  Genres: Role-Playing  Release Date: 06/26/2007  Publisher: Square Enix  Developer: Square Enix

Reviews:

Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Review

Kinda sounds like you're talking about a Final Fantasy metropolis in a Brooklyn accent.

Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Review u2013 F is for Fanservice

Dissidia Final Fantasy NT is a fun but confused arcade fighter. While the core gameplay is fantastic and breadth of content is commendable, the stilted story mode and unpolished AI hurt what could be a truly great game. Dissidia Final Fantasy NT ...

Final Fantasy XV : Pocket Edition

Don’t let the cute look fool you, as this mobile port is still the same game fans love as will newcomers. The post Final Fantasy XV : Pocket Edition appeared first on Popzara Press - The Latest Bits and Bytes!. ...

Review: Dissidia Final Fantasy NT (PS4)

Shut the hell up, kupo

Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age Review

Final Fantasy XII the Zodiac Age is a remaster of the original released on the PlayStation 2 in 1996. A remastered and reworked Final Fantasy for the PC gives players who have never played some of the older Final Fantasy games a decent starting point ...

'Final Fantasy 15 Pocket Edition' Review - In Other Words, Final Fantasy 15

The very existence of Final Fantasy 15 Pocket Edition [Free] is both weird and fascinating. Final Fantasy 15 is the latest in the classic series of JRPGs. It launched last year on the latest home consoles, and on its face certainly didn't appear to ...

Dissidia Final Fantasy NT review for PS4

Dissidia Final Fantasy NT isn't quite what I want out of the Dissidia series from Square Enix. View the full article, here: Dissidia Final Fantasy NT review for PS4

Dissidia Final Fantasy NT review

If someone were to ask you to think about fighting games, there’s a number of names that would instantly come to mind for most people. If you’re more into the 2D side of the genre, you might give examples such as Street Fighter, The King of ...

AOC Agon AG352UCG review: The Final Fantasy XII monitor quest continues

As I continue my quest to find the best ultra-wide monitor for playing Final Fantasy XII, the next display in my party roster is the AOC Agon AG352UCG. Equipped with a 100Hz refresh rate, Nvidia G-Sync support and an LED-laden lower bezel, this ...

Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Review - A Cluttered But Fun Team Fighter

When its team-based battles work it can be great, but it's hard to follow.

Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Review

Sometimes, too much of something can be bad. In the case of Dissidia Final Fantasy NT, out now for the PlayStation 4, that adage rings...

Dissidia Final Fantasy NT (PS4) Review: The Waiting Game

By Derek Heemsbergen On paper, Dissidia Final Fantasy NT sounds like an action-oriented Final Fantasy fan’s dream come true. Featuring three-on-three online battles between some of the most recognizable faces in the series’ 30 year ...

Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Review u2013 Frenetic Tactical Fantasy Fighting (PS4)

Deep systems with a sharp learning curve. The post Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Review – Frenetic Tactical Fantasy Fighting (PS4) appeared first on PlayStation LifeStyle. ...

Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Review: Fantastical Fighting

Who hasn’t dreamt of big knock-down, drag-out battles between their favorite Final Fantasy heroes and villains over the years? The Dissidia series, which originally launched for PlayStation Portable back in 2009, lets you stage just that, with ...

Dissidia Final Fantasy NT u2013 Review

We enjoyed our initial encounter with Dissidia Final Fantasy NT when it was still in its beta form, and while there wasn’t that many content to plow through, we had the chance to try out fun characters, different fighting styles, the game’s ...

Dissidia Final Fantasy NT review - fan-service fighter is charming but chaotic

First things first: this really isn't the Dissidia you might know from the series' PSP days. Dissidia Final Fantasy NT, which sees Square Enix and Team Ninja teaming up for the return of the all-stars arena fighting series, boasts little of the ...

Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Review in Progress - Oh, Noctis again

Oh, Noctis again

Dissidia Final Fantasy NT

Final Fantasy mythos are completely retooled in this chaotic, highly playable arcade team brawler. The post Dissidia Final Fantasy NT appeared first on Popzara Press - The Latest Bits and Bytes!. ...

Philips 349X7FJEW review: A great 21:9 ultra-wide monitor for Final Fantasy XII

If there are two things I love in life, it’s Final Fantasy and 21:9 monitors. It’s a select group of interests, I’ll admit, but when I heard that Final Fantasy XII was finally coming to PC (tomorrow, no less) with both 21:9 and ...

'Dissidia Final Fantasy OO' Review - The Gang's All Here

Final Fantasy games on mobile tend to fall into one of two categories.They're either expensive-for-mobile ports of the console classics or free-to-play exercises in nostalgia, pulling characters together from throughout the series in the hopes that ...