Square Enix recently released a new trailer for Dissidia Final Fantasy NT covering the game’s wide array of villains from the various Final Fantasy games, a couple of whom are provocative enough to get the blood flowing or keep the blood flowing. The trailer clocks in at just a little over two minutes, sporting many of the classic bad guys from the long running franchise.
YouTuber Izuniy posted up the trailer, which starts off with Garland from the original Final Fantasy , and then we see a re-imagined version of the Emperor from Final Fantasy II on the NES, followed by the scantily clad Cloud of Darkness from Final Fantasy III. I wonder what sort of censorship she’ll undergo for the international release?
Golbeza from Final Fantasy IV gets the spotlight next, using serpentine dark magic to surround and damage foes.
The very cheating Exdeath from the very fun but story-light Final Fantasy V is put on display next. His design seems quite inspired by a Persian motif, which is an interesting look for the final boss from the game.
Up next is everyone’s favorite clown next to The Joker, Kefka Palazzo from Final Fantasy VI. He’s easily one of Final Fantasy’s most villainous villains and one of the few people who you really, really, really wanted to kill by the time you reached the end of the game. That’s not to mention that this guy literally destroyed the world, took over the planet, and fractured continents. He was easily one of the most vile adversaries featured in all of gaming.
Following on Kefka is the posterboy for villainous emo-brooding, Sephiroth. He’s probably Final Fantasy’s most popular villain, even though he spent his time wallowing about existentialism.
The open-outfit wearing Ultimecia from Final Fantasy VIII continues the trend of bourgeois-class villains, followed by the banana-hammock-wearing Kuja from Final Fantasy IX. For all the complaints SJWs do about the attire on women, you won’t hear a peep out of them when Kuja’s sausage and links are slapping people upside the face as he unsheathes his explosive magic on his foes.
Jecht from Final Fantasy X gets the spotlight next, one of the few, all-natural, masculine characters who didn’t represent the upper echelon of society, but could still kick butt.
One of my all-time favorite characters from the Final Fantasy briefly gets the spotlight as well, the spear-wielding dragoon, Cain Highwind from Final Fantasy IV. He was a pure bad-mofo who could get the job done.
We then get some characters from Final Fantasy Zero and Final Fantasy Tactics to round out the trailer.
Dissidia: Final Fantasy NT is due out for the PS4 on January 11th, 2018.
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