Nintendo gave us a big surprise during the 2019 Game Awards when they announced Bravely Default II for the Switch. Now Cassandra and Robert don their Asterisks to talk about this nostalgia-inspired RPG series.
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I’m not over the moon for the overworld, but I do love a good one and, like many gamers, prefer titles with one rather than without. It’s a staple of RPGs that shouldn’t be overlooked or underappreciated.
Square Enix is bringing another JRPG to Steam. Wasting no time, Bravely Default II’s PC version will be released in less than a week.
The summer is heating up and so is JRPGJuly! Let’s see how week 3 worked out for the RPGamer crew.
The second week of #JRPGJuly is in the books. Let’s see how things are progressing for the RPGamer staff with their chosen games.
The first week of #JRPGJuly is in the books. Let’s see how things are starting out for the RPGamer staff with their chosen games.
Anna Marie, Chris, and Kelley are joined by special guest Ryan Radcliff! Chris swears every time E3 fails, an angel gets its wings. Anna Marie refuses to play games she’s in. Kelley wants to pet the cat cream roll. And Ryan is dragging around Paws’s corpse as he spins all the wheels.
Anna Marie is back with her fourth Backloggin’ report. Was progress made on her backlog? Well…No.
A totally new cast arrives in the third game in the Bravely series. Attempting to recapture the nostalgia of a bygone era, it defaults to some tropes while being largely successful in updating a classic job system.
It’s just the core trio this week, as Chris tosses a coin to his hunting horn partner Kelley, and Anna Marie rolls her eyes as Chris cracks terrible jokes about what the Vita really means. We all consider MiHoYo’s bottom line, as well as whether we’re classified as normies.
Josh tells us another tale of the Mehss Effect. Sam poots. Anna Marie gets snuggles, not struggles. Kelley tells us about the big hole in her heart. And Chris disinfects himself with Atelier Lysol.
Anna Marie is back with her third Backloggin’ report. It’s another month focused on newer releases, but at least the backlog hasn’t grown.
For anyone who couldn’t get enough job hats, Square Enix delivers with a sequel to its weirdly-named “Not Final Fantasy” for the 3DS. Join us along with guests Cassandra Ramos and Alex Fuller as we dive into Bravely Second: End Layer.
Alex looks so good he must be rendered. Robert rickrolls all the things. Kelley is our Neptunian Angel. Chris is getting ready to Rise, but first he must Ryza.
It’s a slightly quieter week after the mass dump of games that was February and the first week of March. Kelley doesn’t want her mom to think she’s watching hentai, while Anna Marie insists our reviewers don’t hate every game. Josh will one day be free of the epic grip of Cold Steel IV, but not before Chris convinces him if he just lifts a truck, he can find a new orbment.
Anna Marie is back for a second month, but she had less success in bustin’ her backlog in February than in January. Some really great games came out this month, so it’s a little understandable.
Bravely Default II is right around the corner. In preparation for its upcoming release, Nintendo provided one last trailer to get RPGamers excited.
A new English trailer is out for Bravely Default II. The two-minute video gives a quick rundown of the all-important Brave and Default actions.
With Bravely Default II just a few weeks away, Square Enix put out some more information about another of the game’s major powers. In addition to detailing the main players in Holograd and the Asterisks they hold, the company also detailed a couple of gameplay systems.
Square Enix provided additional media and details for Bravely Default II in Japan. The update focuses on the nation of Rimedahl, introducing new characters and jobs, as well as a new card-based mini-game.