Posts Tagged ‘Bravely Default: For the Sequel’

More Bravely Second Details; Bravely Default Passes One Million Sales

By way of the official website, Square Enix has released more information about Bravely Second, specifically a new location, Agnes’ role, and character classes. Continue reading ‘More Bravely Second Details; Bravely Default Passes One Million Sales’ »

Bravely Default Heading to Japanese eShop as Free-to-Play

Square Enix announced they will be launching a free-to-play version of Bravely Default on the Japanese 3DS eShop. This version – titled Bravely Default: For the Sequel Full Free Play Edition – contains the game’s first four chapters, with the remaining five chapters sold in an update kit for 2000 yen; the kit also includes Japanese voiceovers and one part of the AR movie feature.

Source: Gematsu

Bravely Default: For the Sequel Features Time-Stopping and/or Microtransactions

Bravely Default: For the Sequel will introduce a new feature called “Bravely Second,” a means by which players can stop time and attack their enemies. This allows them to break the normal damage cap for a single attack, as players spend SP to land several attacks at once. Oddly enough, this SP is accumulated while the 3DS is in sleep mode, or players can buy an SP Drink through the e-Shop for a quick recharge.

Source: Gematsu

Bravely Default Update Announced

Bravely Default: Flying Fairy will apparently be getting an updated version, titled Bravely Default: For the Sequel. Title notwithstanding, this will be a redux of Flying Fairy with some new features, some of which will be in the actual sequel. In particular, the game fatures a new battle system, which reportedly will run at a faster pace than the original. The updated version also includes an event viewer, greater configuration options, more save slots, better town graphics, more party banter, and an overhaul of the user interface.

For the Sequel will launch on December 5 in Japan, priced at 4,990 yen at retail and 2,900 yen digitally. A global release has been confirmed, though exact dates were not specified; the US version is scheduled for next year, with the European version planned for late release this year.

Source: Gematsu