Bravely Second: End Layer for Nintendo 3DS
3DS

Bravely Second: End Layer

Apr 15, 2016
8.74
playscore
Good
48th of 639

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About this game

Developer: Silicon Studio
Content Rating: Teen

Summary

The game takes place in the same universe as Bravely Default, occurring two and a half years after the events of the first game. Awakening from a coma, Tiz Arrior is rescued by Magnolia Arch, a young woman from the moon who is the last of the Ba'al Busters. The two are later joined by an Orthodoxy swordsman named Yew Geneolgia, a bodyguard to his religion's new leader Agnès Oblige; and Tiz's comrade Edea Lee, who has become leader of Eternia's Imperial Guard knights.The four search for Agnès after she has been abducted by the mysterious Emperor Oblivion and his cryst-fairy Anne. According to Asano, the game explores more of the land of Luxendarc

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Critic Reviews

49 Reviews
8.08
Steve WattsApr 20, 2016
This is Final Fantasy as properly modernized--not through flashy cutscenes and ludicrous budgets, but by understanding why we ever played those games in the first place, and letting us fit those moments into our modern lives.
Janine HawkinsApr 25, 2016
There are parallels and outright repetition in everything from the game's core systems to the narrative structuring of its story, and all those components still function just fine. Taken on their own, they don't detract from the experience. But considering all the clever mechanical twists and innovations seeded in its predecessor, it's disappointing to see Bravely Second following in its footsteps with so little deviation
Jeff MarchiafavaApr 14, 2016
Even with 60+ hours' worth of gameplay, some parts of Bravely Second's skeleton are still surprisingly bare. The dungeons offer little more than a few treasure chests and basic switch puzzles, and a surprising number of environments – both dungeons and cities – are recycled from the first game. At the same time, the story is bloated with sappy and often pointless conversations.

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