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Bravely Second: End Layer (3DS)

Deluxe Collector's Edition + Soundtrack/Figurine/Artbook

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Price
722
RRP
R 749
(11 user ratings)
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Description

Prepare yourself for a daring new adventure and unleash masterful battle strategies in the successor to Square Enix's Bravely Default game. Time has passed since the events of the previous game, bringing about plenty of new dangers to encounter. Agnés Oblige has been kidnapped, and as a knight in her service, it's up to our hero, Yew, to save her.

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

Product Details

Barcode
0045496471880
Department
Video Games
Released
25 Feb 2016
Type
Games
Platform
Nintendo 3DS
Edition
Collector's Edition
Genre
Role-Playing Game
Publisher
Nintendo
Developer
Square Enix
FPB
12
Review
SA Gamer
Screenshots
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Videos
Launch Trailer (02:03)
Supply Source
South Africa

Customer Reviews

The collector's edition is a massive steal.

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I ordered this knowing I'm gonna get an excellent package.
No idea that the box would be so big, and that is such a plus.

The game is one of the best JRPG's that I have played and I hope
something like this can one day port over to switch.

The art book is also a very fun and quirky collector's piece that
any Bravely fan should consider a must-have.

And the little Agnes figure is super cute.

Amazing Game

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For the price, the deluxe edition is worth it. The game is great and a direct sequel to the first one.

Amazing Artbook...... and game I guess.

Reviewed by on

This collectors edition is well worth it. 250+ pages of artwork is more than enough to win me over.