“Dissidia Final Fantasy” Arcade Game Coming Out November 26th
Browsing the many upright arcade games for sale can no doubt prompt you to start thinking about the past titles you enjoyed and continue to love. In particular, you are most likely to think about the long-running franchises that left an indelible mark on your memory and continue to interest you to this day. For example: Final Fantasy.
The Final Fantasy Franchise
Final Fantasy is one of the best-selling game franchises of all time, selling a total of more than 110 million units. The original title was first released in 1987 by Square Enix and designed by Hironobu Sakaguchi. The role-playing video game was a major hit, and has been ported to nearly every classic and modern gaming system including arcade, though it was originally created for the Nintendo Entertainment System.
Typically, each installment contains its own story, though the elements of the plot remain the same. The characters must fight the enemy but also deal with personal struggles along the way. Final Fantasy has been hailed as one of the greatest video games of all time by many critics, and it is definitely considered a trailblazing effort in the advancement of the popularity of role-playing games.
Dissidia Final Fantasy Release
Do you feel like video game development companies don’t release enough quality new arcade games these days? It might be time to move to Japan.
Square Enix plans on releasing Dissidia Final Fantasy on November 26th. And if you were one of the lucky chosen applications, you would have been able to test play an advance version of the arcade game on November 14th and 15th. Koei Tecmo Games’ Team Ninja was the main developer behind the project, and it was reported they used PlayStation 4 technology to build the game rather than a traditional arcade circuit board. Gamers will have the opportunity to play in two modes: one vs. one or three vs. three.
This may be the final straw: it’s time to plan your arcade game enthusiast trip to Japan and see for yourself if Dissidia Final Fantasy will live up to the hype.