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Last updated: Koral 14:03, 30 Mar 2009 (EDT)

Dissidia: Final Fantasy

Dissidia Final Fantasy is a video game developed by Square Enix for the PlayStation Portable as part of the campaign of the Final Fantasy series 20th anniversary. Dissidia's genre has been described as "dramatic progressive action" featuring a 3-D graphical environment with the ability to level up characters like in RPGs.

The game reunites characters from other installments of the Final Fantasy series. Chaos makes an appearance as the god of discord, while a new character, Cosmos, appears as the goddess of harmony. A total of ten villains and ten heroes, two from the first ten games in the main series, appear in a war that will determine the fate of the various Final Fantasy worlds. Chaos and the villains have seized control of ten Crystals and wounded Cosmos, and the heroes must recover these Crystals to restore Cosmos and prevent control of the worlds from falling into evil hands.

The name "Dissidia" comes from the latin word "Dissidium", which originated words such as the French word "Dissident" and the Portuguese word "Dissidente", the latter roughly meaning "one that causes conflicts".

Data Retreival and Organisation


File Formats

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GMO Models

  • These files contain all the Characters and Location-Map models within the game.
  • The data-format is standard PSP GMO Format
  • A complete list of Models referenced by the Filenames can be found here: [GMO] File List


Miscelenous Findings

  • Aeris and Tonberry from Crises-Core can be seen in GMO files File000895 and File000896 respectively, even though they are not actually within the game. Presumably leftovers from testing.


Viewers / Extractors

Project Name Description Author Version / Status Links
Dissidia Data-Extration Tools Number of essential tools to view and extract the data files from the Dissidia game-files Vash


GMO File Viewer (aka mesh2rdm) Powerful file viewer and extractor, exporting out models from Dissidia GMO files as OBJ or SMD



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