Square Enix currently has no plans for a Dissidia game on Sony's NGP. Game director Mitsunori Takahashi spoke with VG247 in an interview saying that the PSP was the most appropriate platform for the sequel, Dissidia 012 Duodecim Final Fantasy.
"We have no actual plans for the PSP2 console at the moment. We decided to create Dissidia 012 on the PSP because we wanted to create a high quality game in a short space of time. So considering that, we thought PSP, a console we are familiar with already, was the most appropriate console." he told VG247.
In addition, Takahashi spoke a bit on the concern of bringing the fighting game to home consoles, saying that perhaps in the future, it will be possible if there's enough fan demand.
"There are no particular reasons as to why we shouldn't make it available to home consoles. When we were developing the last Dissidia, we decided that the PSP would be the best platform for this particular type of game. As the developing environment has been set up, we wanted to make the most of it. There is no reason why we won't do it in the future; we're just waiting on the feedback from the players. If there is a voice for Dissidia on home consoles then we'll consider it."
Dissidia 012 Duodecim Final Fantasy is out on PSP on March 22 in North America and March 25 in Europe.