Bravely Second, the appropriately titled sequel to Bravely Default, is out in North America for 3DS today. Like its predecessor, Bravely Second is a smart, lighthearted role-playing game with killer combat and enough customization to keep curious players occupied for quite some time.
In 2014's Bravely Default, there was no real explanation for the random encounter slider, a toggle you could use to reduce or amplify the rate of invisible enemy attacks. It just kind of existed. The sequel, Bravely Second, does things a bit differently.
Bravely Second: End Layer—the sequel to the superb 3DS JRPG Bravely Default—is coming to Europe on February 26th, 2016.
Note to world: more Bravely Default/Bravely Second cosplay, please. I mean, in this instance it’s the sequel Bravely Second, but either is fine.
We still don’t know if Bravely Second—the sequel to Bravely Default—is even coming out in the West, let alone whether it’s coming this year. Sadness. But hey, at least there’s this new trailer for the game.
This weekend Square Enix announced downloadable songs from non-Final Fantasy games coming to the latest iteration of FF's rhythm game. That's four songs from Bravely Default, three from the SaGa series and one each from Secret of Mana and Chrono Trigger. That's not right.
In Japan, Bravely Second has a release date. The game will be out next year on April 23. It's also getting a very cool-looking Collector's Pack.
Bravely Default is a darling of a JRPG that hearkens back to the Final Fantasy games of yore—and one of the best games the 3DS has to offer. From playing the game's demo, Bravely Second seems like simply more of the classic JRPG gameplay you know and love.
Bravely Second, the long-awaited sequel to Bravely Default, got a new trailer that was shown during today's 3DS Nintendo Direct. It's above, have a look—the world map and the cities look even more beautiful than in the first game.
Japan's Silicon Studio is perhaps best known for co-developing the Bravely Default games with Square Enix. The studio has a new, next-gen game engine, and it looks beautiful.
I'm fifty-two hours into my first play-through of Bravely Default: Where the Fairy Flies. All four of my characters are level 99, each has all 24 of the game's jobs mastered. I've not maxed-out levels and jobs in a Final Fantasy game in... ever.
Nintendo announced last night that Bravely Default, the excellent role-playing game released last month for 3DS, sold over 200,000 copies in three weeks in the United States.
When I was a kid, I sometimes took weekend trips to my grandparents' house in Queens. I told my parents it was to "visit" and "spend time with them," but really it was so I could binge on JRPGs.
This post contains spoilers for Bravely Default.
I haven't seen many performances like this in service of anything, let alone dedicated to the soundtrack for a handheld video game.
Play a couple hours of the terrific new JRPG Bravely Default and a number of its influences will become apparent. There's Final Fantasy IX, Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light, and so on. But one influence may be less evident…. the early 90s high school TV drama Beverly Hills 90210.
Want to buy Bravely Default, but embarrassed about the "sexy teenage butterfly" cover art? Check out these (hilarious) tips from Dorkly. My favorite: the ol' Cool Game sandwich.
"Oh, that game must be good, because even [some person] likes it". Bravely Default is that game, and I am that person.
Bravely Default is out in North America today, and if you've just picked it up, we've got a whole bunch of tips to make your experience better.