Square Enix has released first details of Bravely Second, the .

Bravely Second is due out for 3DS in Japan on April 23.

Bravely Second will be released in Europe on February 26th and in North America on April 15th.
Bravely Second (Japan Import)
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Bravely Second has not been dated or confirmed for release outside Japan.

Bravely Second: End Layer - Nintendo 3DS

  • Review
  • TAG : Bravely Second’s Ba’al battles have the prettiest backdrops.
  • Mike Mahardy from said "One could argue it feels more like an exceptional expansion than a true sequel" citing how "the combat, despite its sleek design, doesn't make any major improvements on the well established formula." Criticizing the writing, he adds "But in the end, Bravely Second transcends the limitations that its poor writing and redundant storyline create."

    Janine Hawkins from criticized the lack of innovation from its predecessor but praised the world and the writing, saying "The world is beautifully realized, and the writing is enjoyable"; Hawkins summarized her review as "Bravely Second takes after its predecessor almost to a fault."

  • An engrossing story involving a lost moon colony and a quest to rescue the first game’s heroine, Agnès Oblige, will largely keep players’ attention, but Bravely Second feels far more of a slog than its predecessor. Given that traditional JRPGs have enjoyed a resurgence of late, particularly on handhelds, what was once charming now feels repetitive. MK

    Bravely Second is a fine game, but doesn’t feel like any sort of improvement. A handful of new jobs, offering the returning and new characters fresh battle skills, can’t make up for a barely evolved combat system, an overreliance on level grinding to power-up and progress, or the chronic reusing of locations and assets. At its worst, it’s more of the same.

    Bravely Second: End Layer
    Developer(s) Silicon Studio
    Publisher(s) Square Enix
    Distributor(s) Nintendo
    Director(s) Kensuke Nakahara
    Producer(s) Tomoya Asano[1]
    Artist(s) Akihiko Yoshida[1]
    Writer(s) Tomoya Asano
    Shinji Takahashi
    Souki Tsukishima
    Composer(s) Ryo
    Platform(s) Nintendo 3DS
    Release date(s)
    • JP April 23, 2015
    • EU February 26, 2016[2]
    • AUS February 27, 2016
    • NA April 15, 2016[3]
    Genre(s) Role-playing
    Mode(s) Single-player

  • Related games Bravely Default: Praying Brage - Bravely Archive: D's Report - Bravely Second: End Layer - Demo

    Bravely Second essentially takes what the first game did, and made steady improvements upon it while still keeping familiar to the first game. It still takes place in the same world, yet introduces new locations as well, so you will not very often find yourself doing dungeons you did in the first game (except in the case of side quests).

Bravely Second soll im Frühjahr 2015 in Japan erscheinen!

Square Enix revealed Bravely Second’s full title today: “Bravely Second: End Layer”. Additionally, we get a look at four downloadable costumes. Those who upload their Bravely Second data to the Square Enix Members site before May 31 at 11:59 PM can receive costumes for Magnolia, Yu, Edea, and Tiz at no extra cost.