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Bravely Second: End Layer [3DS] £24.95 @ Coolshop

£24.95 @ Coolshop
In this deep RPG, continue the adventure that began in Bravely Default. Discover how the adventure of Bravely Second: End Layer begins in a free prelude adventure. Suitable for the Nintendo 3DS. E… Read More
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5m, 4w agoFound 5 months, 4 weeks ago
In this deep RPG, continue the adventure that began in Bravely Default. Discover how the adventure of Bravely Second: End Layer begins in a free prelude adventure.
Suitable for the Nintendo 3DS.

Explore an enormous fantasy world, filled with exciting new locations, and face enemies in action-packed turn-based battles. Use a pair of unique battle systems to disrupt the flow of combat and defeat foes: Brave and Default and Bravely Second.

Gain experience faster against increasingly tough opponents with the 'Bring It On' system. Choose between many jobs and abilities, including a range of brand new jobs, to develop fresh battle strategies.

Customise your team and easily switch tactics thanks to a streamlined battle system.
Swap data with other players to rebuild your base, summon other players' characters into your game, and more! .

For ages 12 years and over.
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absolutely loved the first but struggling to make progress on this as the new characters are a bit meh

anyone completed this?
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mrmcdermot
absolutely loved the first but struggling to make progress on this as the new characters are a bit meh
anyone completed this?
It's not very good. They reuse tons of assets from the first game, including all the dungeons. Having said that, I didn't much like the first one either (mainly due to the horrible writing and story), but it's certainly much better than this lazy, low budget sequel.

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