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Final Fantasy reigns supreme once again, as Square Enix's Dissidia Duodecim Final Fantasy for the PSP dominates the sales charts for the month of March.
Out to prove that Final Fantasy is still one of the kings of the gaming industry, Square Enix’s latest Final Fantasy entry – Dissidia Duodecim  Final Fantasy – tops the sales charts in Japan for the month of March. According to Enterbrain and Famitsu, the cross-over fighting game outperforms stellar entries coming from the PlayStation 3 and the Nintendo 3DS. Dissidia Duodecim, GADG salutes you!
Released last March 3, Dissidia Duodecim has sold a total of 414,127 units, which accounts for the game itself and the Chaos & Cosmos Limited Edition PSP bundle. It’s nearest competitor – PS3’s Dynasty Warriors 7 – landed an impressive number of 375,372 sold units, while Nintendo 3DS game – Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask – completes the top three spot with 128,178 units sold.
See the complete sales chart after the break!Read the rest of the article »
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, so hit the break and check them out.Read the rest of the article »
What happens when you fuse Yoshitaka Amano art with the PSP? Pure awesomeness.
Square Enix wasn’t kidding when they said back at Jump Fiesta that they’ll be releasing a PSP hardware bundle for Dissidia Duodecim Final Fantasy special edition package. And here we are now, a couple of weeks after the announcement, for our eyes to gander as they reveal the “Chaos and Cosmos Limited” PSP hardware. Yoshitaka Amano seems to be everywhere these days, even on hardware, as the PSP celebrates the vast talent of Final Fantasy’s resident artist.
The Dissidia Duodecim Final Fantasy Chaos & Cosmos Limited PSP system will go on sale on March 3 for ¥22,890 or roughly $270. The North American version release date has yet to be announced.View Article Source »
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