Bravely Default – For the Sequel

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Release date:December 05, 2013
Players:1 player
GenreRole-Playing
PublisherSilicon Studio
Developerquare Enix (JP), Nintendo (INT)
Game file size3.2 GB

Square Enix has announced a new release for Bravely Default in this week’s Jump, subtitled “For the Sequel”. This is the full version of the game that adds new elements.

The number of save slots has increased to three and there are no difficulty settings. The controls have been revamped to allow gamers to play more comfortably, there are a few new story aspects, and there is also an automatic battle mode to decrease the time it takes to engage with enemies. Save data can be used from the previous version.

Japanese 3DS owners will be especially pleased to know that the enhanced version of SquareEnix’s 2012 handheld RPG masterpiece Bravely Default: Flying Fairywill have 6 languages to choose from: Japanese, English, French, Italian, German, and Spanish. Dual audio support in Japanese and English is also an option!

A quick primer for those unfamiliar with Bravely Default, this turn-based RPG game is considered as the spiritual successor Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Lightwithcharacters and scenarios by Naotaka Hayashi of Stein’s Gate fame. In this new version, a salvo of new options and features are available such as the option to change battle speed and difficulty, the aforementioned language additions, extra story, and battle events, multiple save files and a revamped battle system which will be used in the actual sequel. There is also an improved graphical overhaul and the ability to import your save files from the original game!

  • This item is a Japanese edition.
  • As this game is NOT compatible with 3DS consoles sold outside Japan, you need a Japanese console or appropriate adapter/converter to play.
 

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