The original Dissidia Final Fantasy title was ridiculously enjoyable, and I clocked out hundreds of ceaselessly enjoyable hours on it. The development team knew they had struck gold with the original formula, so Duodecim doesn't bring any features that detract from that undying action-packed fun.
Even more characters to choose from, meaning that mastering Dissidia strategy (something that surprised me with its depth) will take even longer in this game, lengthening your enjoyment further still. The main attraction of the game, however, is the combat. Duodecim takes the original mechanics and adds a whole new level, bringing in new tweaks and options.
The ability to transfer character level progress from the original game cuts out a lot of unnecessary work for Dissidia veterans, although you can opt to start completely anew.
Before buying this game, I was fairly confident that I was going to love it, due to the sole fact that it has ‘Dissidia’ in its name. I was not disappointed.