Bravely Second: End Layer is coming to Nintendo 3DS in Japan on April 23, so Square Enix is preparing everyone with a trailer introducing the RPG's job options. Dig into the nearly-five-minute overview after the jump.
Bravely Default sequel Bravely Second makes its Japanese debut next month, so Square Enix has a little primer in the form of a trailer introducing its various systems. See a preview of battles, the Brave and Default command system, jobs, and more in the video after the jump.
Square Enix now has a subtitle to add to its upcoming Bravely Default: Flying Fairy sequel. It's officially called Bravely Second: End Layer, and you can see the art and logo from the cover after the jump.
Square Enix posted the Tokaigi 2015 trailer for Bravely Second, which shows some gameplay and confirms the voices behind a couple of the sequel's villains. Kazuya Nakai (Zoro in One Piece) voices Emperor Oblivion, while Hiromi Tsuru (Bulma in Dragon Ball) handles his secretary Anne. See both and more in the video after the jump.
It's not often you see companies updating demos, but Square Enix is doing just that with the Japanese demo for Bravely Default sequel Bravely Second. The Exorcist job will be added to the demo on February 4, as will an augmented reality movie starring Agnes. Read on for more.
Straight from the pages of Famitsu comes some new Bravely Second info, kicking off with a full page showing the return of Edea Lee. The Bravely Default character started off as a member of the Eternian Sky Knights before eventually opposing them, and the older-looking version in Bravely Second now sports a bold blue outfit. More after the jump.
Bravely Second, the sequel to Bravely Default, officially has a Japanese release date. The Nintendo 3DS RPG is set to debut on April 23, 2015, and will also be available in a special limited edition bundle. More after the jump.
Japanese RPG fans will soon get a chance to try out the Bravely Default sequel. Square Enix announced a demo for Bravely Second, set to arrive on the Nintendo 3DS eShop in Japan on December 10. Hit the jump for more.
Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call already has a bunch of music from the mainline FF series, its spin-offs, and other games like the SaGa series. Next up is Bravely Default, which will be the basis for four tracks set to hit the Japanese version of the rhythm game on November 19. Read on for more.
In Square Enix's latest trailer for Bravely Second we get a nice look at The Orthodox Knights' Three Musketeers. The group bands protagonist Yuu together with Jean and Nikolai, and you can see the trio in action along with some additional footage and the music of ryo (supercell) after the jump.
Square Enix busted out the list of games they'll have on hand at this month's Tokyo Game Show event, including which titles will be playable and which will be video-only. Some of the highlights at the company's booth are playable versions of Bravely Default sequel Bravely Second, Chaos Rings III, and 3DS action-RPG Final Fantasy Explorers. Full list after the jump.
A release window was given for Bravely Second during this morning's Nintendo Direct presentation. Square Enix's follow-up to Bravely Default launches on Nintendo 3DS in Japan this winter, and you can see the latest trailer after the jump.
Square Enix busted out a nice little set of screens for Bravely Second, the Bravely Default sequel that's currently in the works for Nintendo 3DS. See Agnes, as well as the new location of Guatelatio and newcomer Magnolia suited up in Valkyrie, Performer, Time Mage, and Red Mage jobs after the jump.