new trailer for Bravely Second. Showcased during the Tokyo Game Show earlier this month, the new trailer grants fans a look at the “Three Musketeers” within the sequel. Although the second minute of the above trailer doesn’t give us anything new in terms of gameplay, the first minute allows fans to listen to a snippet of the game’s wonderful music composed by Supercell’s Ryo.
Square Enix has uploaded a brand
Bravely Second’s Three Musketeers concern Yuu, the central protagonist, along with Jean and Nikolai as they venture into the fantasy world in order to protect and save Agnes from an unfortunate kidnapping. The sequel to Bravely Default is due for release in Japan this coming Winter.
The official Tokyo Game Show website has listed the Square Enix titles that will be shown at the event this month. Among the titles are Bravely Second and Final Fantasy Explorers which are both for the Nintendo 3DS. Of course, Square Enix could also reveal some new titles, but those are staying under wraps for now. It is also worth noting that Square Enix is yet to launch their official TGS page.
- Dragon Quest X Online
- Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King
- Dragon Quest IV: Chapters of the Chosen
- Bravely Second
- Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn
- Chaos Rings III: Prequel Trilogy
- Kingdom Hearts 2.5 HD Remaster
- Final Fantasy Explorers
new details emerged this month for Bravely Default: For the Sequel, we now have a new trailer directly from the Tokyo Game Show. Square Enix published the trailer yesterday showcasing the game’s beautiful soundtrack and a small tease of the new song by Revo, first heard at TGS. The trailer gives us some insight into the battle features, the new save slots, and additional content from the title’s predecessor, Flying Fairy. Bravely Default: For the Sequel on the Nintendo 3DS is due to land in December for Japan and Europe, with North America receiving the game next year. Let us know what you think of the above trailer in the comments below.
Out of a total of 715 games that were at this year’s Tokyo Game Show, 507 were for smartphones and tablets. In comparison, there were a mere 41 for Nintendo platforms – 34 for Nintendo 3DS, five for Wii and two for Wii U, which will launch in Japan on December 8th.
Games At Tokyo Game Show 2012:
- Smartphones & Tablets: 507
- PlayStation 3: 57
- Nintendo 3DS: 34
- PC: 32
- PSP: 30
- PlayStation Vita: 24
- Xbox 360: 24
- Wii: 5
- Wii U: 2
Although Nintendo 3DS’ version of Monster Hunter Ultimate won’t feature online play, it was revealed during this week’s TGS that Monster Hunter 4 will support online multiplayer. Capcom confirmed that Monster Hunter 4 will launch in Japan in March 2013.
Square Enix said last week that the first details regarding Wii U’s version of Dragon Quest X will be revealed during TGS. The publisher recently announced that there will be a stage at TGS dedicated to the enhanced version of the game. The stage is called “Dragon Quest X Wii U Demonstration” and will be hosted by the game’s producer, Yousuke Saito. TGS will be held from September 20th to September 23rd.
Dragon Quest X for Wii launched in Japan on August 2nd, but we don’t know much about Wii U’s version of the game; we’ve only heard that it is totally fun and extremely beautuful. Square Enix, the game’s developer and publisher, has confirmed that details regarding the Wii U version will be shared during this year’s TGS, which will be held from September 20th to September 23rd.