The fact that the next stop for the Bravely Default series is a smartphone game may be disappointing to some, but at least the art is still nice. There's plenty of it on display in the latest promo for Bravely Default: Fairy's Effect, which has an original story and new characters, including Rinne, who you'll meet in the video after the jump.
Square Enix recently revealed Bravely Default: Fairy's Effect for smartphones, and players in Japan are already digging into the closed beta. Whether or not you're excited for Silicon Studio's series to make the leap to iOS and Android, you can see how it's shaping up after the jump.
Square Enix promised some news related to the Bravely Default series, and they delivered in the form of a new game announcement. There aren't too many details at the moment, but Bravely Default: Fairy's Effect is currently in the works for smartphones. Read on for more.
As of today, October 11, it's been four years since the Bravely Default series made its debut. To celebrate the occasion, the official Twitter shared some 4th anniversary art, while also hinting at the future. After apologizing for a lack of news, the tweet says that there may be some coming soon…
When we spoke to Yuji Okada, the producer behind mobile RTS Battle Champs, he mentioned that crossovers were on the way but couldn't discuss specific plans. Now we have one to look forward to with the announcement of a tie-in promotion with Square Enix's Nintendo 3DS RPG Bravely Default. That seems like a nice fit considering art director Akihiko Yoshida handled designs for both games.
Nintendo shared a new trailer for Bravely Second: End Layer, highlighting the unique risk/reward of the 3DS RPG's battle system. Refresh yourself and start planning your combat strategies in advance of the North American release after the jump.
North America is last to the party when it comes to Bravely Second: End Layer, which touches down in the region on April 15. That gives us another opportunity for an overview of the Nintendo 3DS RPG, so dig in after the jump for a further look at the story, jobs, and more.
Fans have a lot to say when it comes to the localization of games, and Nintendo has been under fire a few times recently. It's not all bad, though, and Nintendo clarified some changes made to Bravely Second: End Layer, citing Japanese player feedback for the reason behind side quest alterations. Read on for more.
Bravely Second: End Layer hits Nintendo 3DS in North America on April 15, and as of this past Thursday you can download and dig into The Ballad of the Three Cavaliers demo. In between that and waiting for the full game, Nintendo shared another trailer focusing on the RPG sequel's jobs. More after the jump.
While North American RPG fans have to wait until April 15 to play Bravely Second: End Layer, Europe gets to dig into the full game on February 26, with a demo set to launch in the region tomorrow. Thus, it's the perfect time for Nintendo UK to introduce everyone to two of the sequel's characters. More after the jump.
North American fans of Bravely Default have to wait until April 15 to dig into Bravely Second: End Layer, but those in Europe just have to kill some time until February 26. With just a little over a month to go, Nintendo of Europe shared an English trailer that highlights the sequel's new jobs. More after the jump.