Matchups collide in more Dissidia Duodecim gameplay

d12We're fast approaching the Western release of Dissidia 012[duodecim]: Final Fantasy so Square Enix is making sure that we remember the game amidst the many titles coming out next month. The publisher has outed two more vids of the Final Fantasy characters in action, so if you need more looks at the newcomers, then you've come to the right place.

 

We're fast approaching the Western release of Dissidia 012[duodecim]: Final Fantasy so Square Enix is making sure that we remember the game amidst the many titles coming out next month. The publisher has outed two more vids of the Final Fantasy characters in action, so if you need more looks at the newcomers, then you've come to the right place.

 

First up is a duel between two of the game's newcomers. It's the Yuna from Final Fantasy X going against Prishe from Final Fantasy XI.

 

 

 

As a summoner, Yuna will be calling on her Aeons to aid her in battle. She can summon two at a time, and if you add in the assist character that can help you out, she'll be the commander of her little battle party. Prishe, on the other hand, is good with both physical and magical attacks. She's not essential to the game's story, but she was designed to be a combo-maker. Among her skills include the Asuran Fist, which you could use in tandem with powerful magic, such as Banishga.

 

Up next, we have an old Final Fantasy V rivalry with Bartz (or in this case, Butz), and Gilgamesh. Gilgy is still every bit the comedian we remember, which is a nice, refreshing change from all the serious villains in the roster. The sword-collector will be bringing more than just swords to this fight. He also has axes and even some rockets under his sleeves - he has a lot of sleeves, after all. The thing is, some of his weapon attacks are randomized, like his forward spinning sword rush, so you have to allow for some damage differences.

 

 

Dissidia 012[duodecim]: Final Fantasy launches March 3rd in Japan, North America gets it March 22nd, and Europe gets their turn on the 25th.