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Bravely Default: For the Sequel footage

Some new footage of the game Bravely Default: For the Sequel has recently surfaced. A whole 30 minutes is devoted to showcasing various features within the game.

The first thing you’ll notice is a battle sequence, as the party is shown relentlessly pummeling the enemies on screen. Only unlike Final Fantasy V (the battle system this game is based on) Bravely Default appears to have a fast forward feature in battles. This is very convenient in situations where you’re either lost or having a lot of trouble, something that would have been welcomed with open arms in older Final Fantasy titles. It also made some of the battle seem more fluid and interesting looking.

Later on we’re given a little tour of a town in the game and then the customization menu, and it seems user friendly enough. Nothing about it seemed cumbersome or overly complicated. Once all of that was finished up, we get to see the party face off against a boss. During the battle he inflicts the party with the poison ailment several times, damaging them all at once in the process. The fast forward feature is put to good use as well, but not utilized the whole time. Mostly for the moments when the characters themselves attack or use an item on themselves. After repeatedly getting assaulted by the poison ailment and receiving heavy damage the party triumphs over the boss.

So far the game is turning out to be a wonderful spiritual successor to Final Fantasy V, it has the same classic turn based system, the challenging difficulty, the puzzle like boss fights, the amazing jobs, all FFV had to offer and more. Bravely Default: For the Sequel will be released in 2013.

Source: NintendoEverything

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