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Bravely Second: End Layer

Bravely Second: End Layer


Nintendo
Compatible with Nintendo 3DS™ (3DS)
For US/Canada systems.
NTSC
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features

  • Time your moves tactically with the Brave and Default system to turn the tide of battle
  • An innovative twist on turn-based combat
  • Complex, lovable characters in a top-tier RPG
  • Form flexible strategies combining even more new jobs and abilities

description

Prepare yourself for a daring new adventure and unleash masterful battle strategies in the successor to Bravely Default: Bravely Second End Layer on Nintendo 3DS family systems. Time has passed since the events of the previous game, bringing about plenty of new dangers to encounter. Agnès Oblige has been kidnapped, and as a knight in her service, it’s up to our hero, Yew, to save her.

further info

Official Release Date Apr 15, 2016
Genre RPG
Version  US
  ESRB Teen
Titles rated T (Teen) have content that may be suitable for ages 13 and older. Titles in this category may contain violence, suggestive themes, crude humor, minimal blood, simulated gambling, and/or infrequent use of strong language.
PAX-Code PAX0007506384
Item Code  0045496743673
Players  1

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Average rating:  (5 out of 5)
Total votes:507

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kylletd50 (1) on 08, Feb. 2017 01:04 (HKT)
Never gonna let us down Atlus
Another amazing entry in the persona franchise. For those who don't speak Japanese (I myself don't) please be aware that there are multiple guides that have the text translated for you and a fan guide for a lot more of persona 5 is currently being worked on and updated by tarudksoft. And be aware that you should always have google translate ready for when playing incase puzzles or social links that the guide didn't go over (there is a camera feature that makes it super helpful). Overall persona 5 is a great Altus game with awesome music like always and the new streamlined gameplay will always be fun as can be with its outstanding style.
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jurek.mazurek (6) on 13, Jan. 2017 05:37 (HKT)
Great game~!
The best game of the entire series for sure!
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Remielle (13) on 06, Jan. 2017 13:30 (HKT)
Old School JRPG
As a fan of old style JRPG, this turn base RPG is a treasure to embrace, with tons of Job, 9K damages, not so painful grinding method, probably the lack of chars (only 4 available), very basic story line are the minus points in this game.
Moreover, some of the best jobs available very late in the game, thus make you have to explore the post game for more enjoyment, just don't expect too much from replaying the game.

Solid 4 stars for me.
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Tocinito (7) on 21, Dec. 2016 04:49 (HKT)
Great RPG with charismatic characters
I've played the original PS2 Persona 4, one of the best RPG from recent times with light student and dating simulation elements, well made character development, nice story and some pretty hard battles. This one has one additional character and some others improvements.

A must-have for any videogame player.
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shadowstar123 (249) on 09, Dec. 2016 20:28 (HKT)
The formula of Pokemon changed?
Pokemon Sun and Moon are spectacular to look at with amazing graphics and cutscenes. However, some of the core elements of Pokemon have changed to make it not a Pokemon game like it used to be.

The Pokemon gyms were changed to Pokemon challenges which I guess is fine. The big thing that was changed were mechanics that are a little unnecessary and would be better reserved for a Nintendogs type of game. I mean the taking care of your Pokemon is very pointless. I am not sure if you have to or not. I just brush it, air dry it, feed it, do whatever the Pokemon asks and continue the game. This is fine in a different genre of game.

The new Pokemon, particularly the legendaries are pretty amazing with hidden secrets of their origins. The new Alola Pokemon are pretty nice as well. It does feel overwhelming because now many Pokemon have 2 forms plus their evolutions. It makes it feel like getting 100% Pokedex completion impossible.

The story 5 hours in the game is pretty good. The villains are named Team Skull and all are punks from the 90's which is quite amusing. I am not sure what they are trying to accomplish yet. I am not sure if they are villains because the help you sometimes.

The bottom-line is that if you are looking for a Pokemon game with a different twist, these games are great. If you are looking for a classic formula to the Pokemon series, these games changed quite a bit. The character customization is pretty good though. In the overworld, the D-Pad does nothing for some reason. You can only move with the control stick.
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