Dissidia Final Fantasy
Whenever the Final Fantasy series is mentioned, the genres that immediately spring to mind are RPGs and tactics. After kart racers and pinball sims, quite possibly the last genre that the franchise evokes is 2-player fighting games. That didn’t stop Square Enix from releasing Dissidia Final Fantasy, a 3D head-to-head fighter in the vein of Power Stone. While it provides plenty of fan-service, the core fighting mechanics and game structure leave much to be desired.