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    jwhite16's Dissidia: Final Fantasy (PSP)

    [October 14, 2012 03:00:55 PM]
    Final Fantasy Dissidia is a unique action, role playing game which uses difficult fighting mechanics. The story is very interesting because the game makes it so that players have to go through five chapters with each of the protagonists from the original Final Fantasy games. They are ten main characters that the game lets the player start out with and these are the protagonists of the game. There are also an additional ten characters that the game lets the player unlock by beating the story mode for the game. The graphics in the game are amazing because they maximize the use of the PSP’s graphic capabilities and prevent it from lagging. The game has an arcade mode, story mode, and a training mode in which the player can build up their character’s stats, attributes, and equipment before the fight even begins. This is advantageous for the player because it allows them to increase their bravery (hit points), armor, have stronger weapons, and give them bonus attributes. The character has two types of attacks in the game which are assist attacks and HP damage attacks. Each battle begins with the player’s character and the enemy AI having a set amount of bravery points (or hit points). As the player damages with the assist attacks, those points add on to the player’s own bravery points until the player’s bravery points are at zero. This will put the enemy in break, which means they cannot affect the player’s own bravery points. The only problem with this mechanic is that it can be exploited by either the AI or the player. The HP damage attacks will deal the actual attacks to the opponent and defeat them. There is a blue item that sometimes floats in the game and the player can acquire it by running into it, unlocking EX mode. In this mode when players use HP damage attacks, it does a series of combination attacks that allows the player to perform a specific sequence and deal a ton of damage. These attack mechanics of the game really work well in Dissidia and players enjoy the game even further because of it.
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    jwhite16's Dissidia: Final Fantasy (PSP)

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    GameLog started on: Sunday 14 October, 2012

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