DISSIDIA FINAL FANTASY OPERA OMNIA
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Developer: Square Enix
Content Rating: Teen
Darkness converges upon us, and the world crumbles before our very eyes… What was once a sanctuary for the weary has now become a battlefield. Long ago, the deities Spiritus and Materia warped the fabric of time and space to create a new world—a world they populated with warriors from other realms. These men and women were forced to fight day and night without reprieve, and the strain of endless battle soon grew to be too great. With battered bodies and shattered spirits, they sent out a cry for help.
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It’s been a fun way to spend my free time that was too short to play other games with. If you’re a fan of Final Fantasy, have a phone, and a bit of spare time, there’s no reason not to check out this title.
Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia isn't a traditional FF game, but it's not ground breaking either. It's a nice little RPG distraction that you can sink a few minutes or a few hours into. But unless you're a massive Final Fantasy fan, be prepared to look at the screen quite often and say "I have no idea who you are".
Plus réussi et agréable que Dissidia : Final Fantasy NT, Dissidia Final Fantasy : Opera Omnia a la bonne idée d’être terriblement dynamique pour un jeu en pur tour par tour. Tactiquement, l’ensemble est un peu léger, mais sa progression et son équilibrage maîtrisés, ainsi qu'un système de Bravoure qui réserve son lot de surprises, font qu’on y revient sans cesse, le temps d’une partie, le temps d’un combat.