Dissidia: Final Fantasy Is Also A Downloadable PSP Game?

By Spencer . October 14, 2008 . 10:16pm

discSony Computer Entertainment Japan plans to populate the PlayStation Store with first party games the same day they appear in stores for a lower price. Every first party PSP game is getting a dual release treatment. Third party games don’t seem to be picking up this strategy yet, opting for digitally distributed re-releases on the PlayStation Store at a later date. However, Siliconera reader Tristan made an interesting discovery and sent us a tip (thanks!!). In Sony’s TGS 2008 line up Dissidia: Final Fantasy is listed for sale as disc (i.e. UMD disc) / download. Huh? This could be a mistake from a marketing department or leaked information about a digital copy of Dissidia: Final Fantasy. While we’re waiting for Square Enix USA to localize Dissidia: Final Fantasy importers could get easy access to the Japanese version directly from the PlayStation Store.


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  • Advent

    Only problem is you need yen to order on the japanese PSN. Wouldnt it just be easy to import it for your PSP? Cause then you would get the awesome case.

    I know it costs to import, but it will be a while til Dissidia comes to America so importing is a must for hardcore fans.

    Unless… theres an easy way to get yen online? You still have to enter alot of information on the PSN I dont see how it would work.

  • Stephen R Gibson

    It’s not so much yen that you need, it’s a Japanese credit card. Your card has to be linked to a real Japanese address.

    On the other hand, if you can get a PS Store prepaid card from Japan…

  • Aoshi00

    If you buy a Jpn PSN prepaid card from an online seller (NCSX, ebay, etc) and want it quickly, you could request the code to be sent via e-mail, that way you get it instantly too pretty much. I think sellers prefer to do it this way too to save shipping, the piece of paper is useless anyway.

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