Dissidia Duodecim: Final Fantasy’s Labyrinth Mode Plus Complete Modes List
Japan gets Dissidia Duodecim: Final Fantasy fever as Famitsu reveals more info about the game's modes.
Dissidia Duodecim: Final Fantasy is just around the corner for its Japan release and Famitsu has released some last minute info on what game modes we (or rather, people in Japan) can expect from possibly the last fighting game of the Dissidia: Final Fantasy title. Labyrinth will be replacing the Coliseum mode, but it’s basically the same. We’ll be seeing a mix of old and new game modes as well.
The Labyrinth mode is a modified Coliseum mode where players go through a gauntlet of fights and rewards. The player can have a party along while going through the Labyrinth and as long as one character is still alive, you can continue playing. During your course, you will be rewarded with medals for your triumphs. These medals can be used in purchasing items including weapons and equipments.
There will be 4 different types of cards available that will determine your actions as you go through the Labyrinth: Door Cards, Job Cards, Treasure Box Cards and Party Cards.
Door cards allow you to move to another area of the Labyrinth. Door cards can only be selected if the door is open. If it is closed, you need to fulfill some conditions in order to open the doors.
Job Cards change the parameters of your game and your character. There will be cards that recovers your life, while some make Treasure boxes appear often.
Treasure Box Cards allow you to exchange medals you’ve gotten for items.
Party Member Cards show the face of one of the Dissidia characters. These cards allow you to make the character either into a party member or an assist character.
Here are the other modes available in Dissidia Duodecim: Final Fantasy
The 12th Battle
Surechigai (StreetPass), Import
Free Battle (1 on 1)
Free Battle (Party)
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