Hey folks, gaming123456 with an update/announcement on a game hopefully some of you made heard of.
Not Final Fantasy Dissidia itself. Many should already know about that by now after two games.
I'm referring to the latest Dissidia game coming to Japanese Arcades: simply called Dissidia Final Fantasy Arcade (working-title probably).
Here's the scoop on the topic: kotaku.com/team-ninja-is-makin…
*Teaser trailer will be below of this blog*
But in case you don't want to click the link, let me fill you in with some information I got out of the game, it's trailer and what's going down with it as of today.
So, the latest Dissidia game still retains it's formula from the past two games; being a 3D-fighting-like game like Dynasty Warriors Strikeforce where everybody's flying and fighting.
However, this time around, rather than being a 1 vs. 1 fight, the game will be a 3 vs. 3 fight. Not a tag-team fighting game, it's literally a 3 vs 3 fight on a huge scale battlefield. Imagine like Smash Bros, but in 3D rather than 2.5D (8-Player Smash FTW X3)
Another addition to the game is that players can use Summons to change the tides of the battle.
And just recently, it's been confirmed by Square Enix that Koei-Tecmo's Team Ninja are co-developers of the Arcade game.
Square Enix doesn't really have much experience with fighting games. Although the first-two Dissidia games have been a success, perhaps they needed help from Team Ninja - a company who has their own Fighting game, Dead or Alive. (or it could be Team Ninja's Soft Engine that got their attention; graphics).
Bandai-Namco could have been their second choice I bet (Tekken), but I guess Square Enix chose Koei-Tecmo over them after....Dragon Quest: Heroes' success. Maybe...
*Ahem, on the side note, they're already developing Dragon Quest Heroes 2 - two or three months after Japan's launch with the first game. That quickly, yes*
Anyways, there hasn't been any confirmation if the game will be ported on consoles/PC yet, but judging by the photos of the Arcade Machine, the controllers are actually made by Sony's Playstation and it's controllers looks like the Playstation Move Motion-Controller lol. Could be a hint that it will be ported (on PS4), but we'll have to wait and see once the Arcade Machines go live and active in Japan in Fall 2015.
Knowing that Team Ninja is being involved with the game's development......who's ready for some HOT DLC costumes!
We can already predict it. Tifa...Lightning....Yuna....@_@
Well, that is if the game does get ported on consoles/PC.
So, what do you all think of this? Should it be on consoles and PCs? You all want to duke it out with your favourite Final Fantasy characters once again?
Is the bond with Square Enix and Koei-Tecmo that strong? WILL THEY MAKE A FINAL FANTASY MUSOU GAME!?
To be continued....X3