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PostRe: Dissidia: Final Fantasy - Out 4th September (PSP)
by jiggles » Tue Aug 04, 2009 12:37 am

You can only have one account registered on a PSP at a time. You can flick back and forth between two accounts at will.

Go to Account Settings on your PSP and Deactivate it.
Transfer the demo over and play.
Deactivate system again.
Delete PSN account from PSP, and then Sign Up For PSN.
Pick "use existing account", and enter your old sign-in and password.
All your old games will work again.


Every time you want to switch to another account, it's just a matter of Deactivate PSP, Delete Account, Sign Up.

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PostRe: Dissidia: Final Fantasy - Out 4th September (PSP)
by zXe » Tue Aug 04, 2009 12:41 am

cool, thx

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PostRe: Dissidia: Final Fantasy - Out 4th September (PSP)
by The Alchemist Penguin » Tue Aug 04, 2009 3:49 pm

The demo for this is fantastic, although shoving both Cloud and Sephiroth in there is shameless. I've slapped down a pre-order off the back of it, which says all that needs to be said really. :mrgreen:

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PostRe: Dissidia: Final Fantasy - Out 4th September (PSP)
by Rubix » Thu Aug 06, 2009 2:53 pm

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Please help

Found this but it does not work

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PostRe: Dissidia: Final Fantasy - Out 4th September (PSP)
by Rubix » Thu Aug 06, 2009 10:26 pm

This game is cool :)

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PostRe: Dissidia: Final Fantasy - Out 4th September (PSP)
by Call and Answer » Fri Aug 07, 2009 1:55 am

Pre-ordered. I shouldn't have really, but I couldn't stop myself.

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PostRe: Dissidia: Final Fantasy - Out 4th September (PSP)
by Rubix » Fri Aug 07, 2009 11:18 am

Call and Answer wrote:Pre-ordered. I shouldn't have really, but I couldn't stop myself.


The limited Ed. I hope 8-)

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PostRe: Dissidia: Final Fantasy - Out 4th September (PSP)
by Call and Answer » Fri Aug 07, 2009 3:49 pm

Rubix78 wrote:
Call and Answer wrote:Pre-ordered. I shouldn't have really, but I couldn't stop myself.


The limited Ed. I hope 8-)


Naturally 8-) After seeing all the beautiful gubbins that comes with it...there was no way I could resist.

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PostRe: Dissidia: Final Fantasy - Out 4th September (PSP)
by suzzopher » Fri Aug 07, 2009 3:56 pm

I have the special edition pre-ordered too \o/

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by Dante » Fri Aug 07, 2009 3:58 pm

Ooooh didn't know there was a SE version, is it the one from game or is there another version too?

Either wya, standard cancelled and SE ready to order

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PostRe: Dissidia: Final Fantasy - Out 4th September (PSP)
by Rubix » Fri Aug 07, 2009 3:59 pm

Dante wrote:Ooooh didn't know there was a SE version, is it the one from game or is there another version too?

Either wya, standard cancelled and SE ready to order


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* Limited Collector's Edition contents:
* Dissidia: Final Fantasy game
* Dissidia: Final Fantasy Original Sound Selection Mini-CD - includes a selection of music tracks from the game that are especially chosen by composer Takeharu Ishimoto.
* "The Art of Dissidia: Final Fantasy" - 48-page hardback artwork featuring character artwork and CG rendered artwork from across the game production.
* Brady Games Official Miniguide - 32-page game guide printed in full colour, with character artwork, descriptions and walkthrough information to help you win the battle.
* Exclusive Lithograph Prints - two exclusive Lithograph prints, inside a unique Dissidia: Final Fantasy branded bandwrap, featuring artwork not used to promote the original Japanese version of the game.
* Game features:
* Exhilarating 3D battles - An exciting system lets your character run up walls, fly across the sky and unleash hardware-defying attacks all with intuitive operation.
* Genre-defining customisation - As your character grows, a vast range of actions, abilities and equipment become more available. Customised characters can be taken online for a wide variety of play experiences.
* Dramatic story contents - Why have the warriors been gathered? A sumptuous tale awaits, presented with stunning event scenes and voice acting.
* User community - Challenge other players via ad hoc or online play. Trade Friend Cards, create items and share AI characters with other players and even engage in virtual AI battles made possible by the PSP system Ad-Hoc Mode.
* New features not in the Japanese version - New features include an additional Arcade Mode, improved gameplay balancing, new play tutorials, additional event scenes and more.


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PostRe: Dissidia: Final Fantasy - Out 4th September (PSP)
by Dante » Fri Aug 07, 2009 4:00 pm

Ordered

8-)

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PostRe: Dissidia: Final Fantasy - Out 4th September (PSP)
by Rubix » Wed Aug 19, 2009 10:29 am

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PostRe: Dissidia: Final Fantasy - Out 4th September (PSP)
by Red 5 stella » Fri Aug 21, 2009 9:35 am

Whats with the demo? Tried downloading today using my psp, but it dont work. Is it a PS3 demo only?

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PostRe: Dissidia: Final Fantasy - Out 4th September (PSP)
by Rubix » Fri Aug 21, 2009 10:03 am

Red 5 stella wrote:Whats with the demo? Tried downloading today using my psp, but it dont work. Is it a PS3 demo only?


No it works ok on mine! do you have the latest update?

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PostRe: Dissidia: Final Fantasy - Out 4th September (PSP)
by Red 5 stella » Fri Aug 21, 2009 11:12 am

Rubix78 wrote:
Red 5 stella wrote:Whats with the demo? Tried downloading today using my psp, but it dont work. Is it a PS3 demo only?


Ah, panic over, it does want to work now :)

Looking forward to trying this demo............

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PostRe: Dissidia: Final Fantasy - Out 4th September (PSP)
by Dangerblade » Fri Aug 21, 2009 4:34 pm

Mixed feelings on the demo. My main bugbear is that all you seem to do is mash circle for a bit and then square for a bit. Hmm.

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PostRe: Dissidia: Final Fantasy - Out 4th September (PSP)
by Call and Answer » Fri Aug 21, 2009 7:28 pm

Dangerblade wrote:Mixed feelings on the demo. My main bugbear is that all you seem to do is mash circle for a bit and then square for a bit. Hmm.


Oh I dunno, that seems a little unfair. There's a bit of depth to the controls, with different attacks being unleashed depending on position of the nub when you attack, whether you're in the air and so on. Besides which, the demo fights are pretty easy. I'd imagine that the later, harder AI will force you to play more strategically.

My worry is about the EX pickup. As soon as someone gets that, the other player can pretty much kiss the battle goodbye. It seems a bit overpowered, undermining player ability for an insta-kill.

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PostRe: Dissidia: Final Fantasy - Out 4th September (PSP)
by suzzopher » Wed Aug 26, 2009 8:50 am

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Naturally, Dissidia is made for FF fans young and old; those of us who have our favorite games in the series and main characters within them. But the crossing over extends beyond the playable roster. Dissidia is positively blanketed with references to all 12 Final Fantasy games, from the background music, to retro iconography (i.e., 8-bit sprites), Moogles, and cameos from supporting characters who present the game's tutorial texts, even if they are just in the form of their old portraits. Certain matchups even have characters comment on one another before the fight (says Onion Knight to Tidus: "Don't you ever get tired of laughing?") -- hell, even the ending cinema closes on an iconic reference. There isn't one part of this game that doesn't go for your fanboy/fangirl jugular.
There's plenty more to Dissidia than just button-mashing, but if that's all you expect from it, then it's not going to be as satisfying to mow down the same characters over and over. Most of the game's enjoyment comes from building up characters over time through battling and buying, a practice that should be right up the average RPG player's alley. "Is it a fighter? Is it an RPG?" Well, it can be both, and still be fun.

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PostRe: Dissidia: Final Fantasy - Out 4th September (PSP)
by Red 5 stella » Wed Aug 26, 2009 12:37 pm

Well i like the demo, I too am a bit of a button basher when it comes to beat em ups, but I do try and hit the right buttons when i can....

I will probably order this at some point. My main problem being, I would have preferred a full on multiplayer mode but i think its just this local ad hoc crap right?

With this and Soul Calibur due soon is thier room for both in my collection?

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