, the Final Fantasy
fighter, is hitting western PSPs later this year
. While series spokesperson Tetsuya Nomura says a sequel would be difficult to do
, another Square Enix producer thinks differently. Speaking to Final Fantasy Union
director Takeshi Arakawa said the team would "like to make an attempt to make a sequel." However, that comes with a clause: the game must be successful when it launches in the US and Europe.
Well, there you go. If you want a sequel, you're going to have to buy the first Dissidia
. Considering it's one of the most anticipated titles on the PSP right now, we're sure that's not going to be a problem for Square Enix.