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Bravely Second: End Layer

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Bravely Second: End Layer
ブレイブリーセカンド エンドレイヤー
Bureiburī Sekando: Endo Reiyā
Bravely Second End Layer NA box.jpg
North American box art
Developer(s): Silicon Studio
Publisher(s): JP: Square Enix
WW: Nintendo
Platform: Nintendo 3DS
Category: Turn-based role-playing
Players: 1
Predecessor: Bravely Default
Successor: N/A
Copyrights: N/A
Release dates
N. America:

April 25, 2016

Japan:

April 23, 2015

Europe:

February 26, 2016

Australia:

February 27, 2016

S. Korea:

March 10, 2016

Ratings
ACB:

M

CERO:

C

ESRB:

T

GRB:

12

PEGI:

12

USK:

12

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Bravely Second: End Layer is a turn-based role-playing game developed by Square Enix for the Nintendo 3DS, as a sequel to Bravely Default. It was released in April 2015 in Japan, and will be releasing internationally in 2016.

A "collector's edition" was released alongside the game, which includes an additional art book, soundtrack CD, and, in Europe only, a figure of protagonist Agnès Oblige. In addition, players could receive a free "Ask Agnès" HOME Menu theme and a Gathelatio Costume Set by pre-loading the game on the Nintendo eShop.

Blurb[edit]

Box

On the eve of world peace, war is ignited.

Brave the next evolution of the series that reinvented turn-based RPGs. Defy a mysterious kaiser and face down his treacherous army on this daring quest to save an old friend.

  • Dare to risk everything in fast-paced turn-based battles
  • Assign allies powerful jobs, like wizard and astrologian, and abilities to craft the ultimate strategy
  • Encounter other players through the StreetPass feature to rebuild a lunar fortress and fend off invaders
  • Agnés Oblige, icon of world peace, has been imprisoned. And it's up to Yew to save her.
Nintendo website

Steel yourself for the next evolution of the series that reinvented turn-based RPGs—the successor to Square Enix's Bravely Default™ game. In this standalone adventure, Agnés Oblige has been imprisoned, and as a knight in her service, it's up to the hero, Yew, to save her! Form the ultimate team and strategy, then risk it all in this fast, fresh RPG.

The innovative Brave and Default battle system is back and deeper than ever. Balance risk and reward in turn-based battles: characters can make multiple moves in one turn, but then they may be unable to move for a while. Win a battle in a single turn and you can instantly start a more difficult encounter to earn better rewards. Level up characters and jobs quickly, but be careful—defeat means losing anything earned along the way. Select from 30 jobs and over 300 skills and abilities to customize each party member in the most strategic manner. The more you learn, the more tactics you'll wield.

Now go forth! Defy the mysterious kaiser and face down his army before it’s too late.

  • An innovative twist on turn-based combat
  • Lovable, multifaceted characters in a top-tier RPG
  • Get started with the Bravely Second™: End Layer demo, The Ballad of the Three Cavaliers. Bravely Second™ : End Layer A pre-launch prelude to the main adventure focusing on the Three Cavaliers – Yew Geneolgia, Janne Angard, and Nikolai Nikolanikov
  • Allows players to unlock rewards in the full version of the game
  • Time your turns tactically with the Brave and Default system
  • Form flexible strategies, combining even more new jobs and abilities
  • Dare to risk everything in fast-paced, turn-based battles
  • Team up with heroes and returning characters to rescue Agnès Oblige from Kaiser Oblivion's Skyhold
  • Balance risk and reward in deeply strategic battles
  • Switch between 30 unique jobs for numerous tactical possibilities
  • Freely mix and match 30 unique jobs, and then save your favorite combinations for instant use
Nintendo eShop

Steel yourself for the next evolution of the series that reinvented turn-based RPGs—the successor to Square Enix's Bravely Default™ game. In this standalone adventure, Agnés Oblige has been imprisoned, and as a knight in her service, it's up to the hero, Yew, to save her! Form the ultimate team and strategy, then risk it all in this fast, fresh RPG.

The innovative Brave and Default battle system is back and deeper than ever. Balance risk and reward in turn-based battles: characters can make multiple moves in one turn, but then they may be unable to move for a while. Win a battle in a single turn and you can instantly start a more difficult encounter to earn better rewards. Level up characters and jobs quickly, but be careful—defeat means losing anything earned along the way. Select from 30 jobs and over 300 skills and abilities to customize each party member in the most strategic manner. The more you learn, the more tactics you'll wield.

Story[edit]

Bravely Second is set two and a half years after the ending of the first game. After waking up from a coma, Tiz Arrior is rescued by a woman named Magnolia Arch, the last of the Ba'al Busters, and are later joined by a swordsman named Yew Geneolgia and Tiz's ally Edea Lee. They must search for Agnès Oblige after she is abducted by Emperor Oblivion.

Gameplay[edit]

The game uses a similar gameplay style as its predecessor.

Reception[edit]

In April 2017, Square Enix stated that Bravely Second: End Layer sold over 700,000 copies worldwide.[1]

Technical details[edit]

Technical Details
Media

Nintendo 3DS Game Card
Digital download

Download size

20,343 blocks

Supported features

Nintendo Network (exchanging profiles), Local Play (exchanging profiles), StreetPass

Input / compatible controllers

Nintendo 3DS

External links[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. Post on Japanese Nintendo (April 23, 2017). Retrieved April 23, 2017.
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