Tilmen is at it again and this time he has picked up Bravely Second: End Layer which is fresh from Japan. Bravely Second: End Layer is a direct sequel to the acclaimed Bravely Default which launched on the Nintendo 3DS back in 2013. The sequel is out now in Japan, but European and US consumers will have to wait until sometime possibly later this year. We should find out for sure during Square Enix’s E3 press conference which was announced yesterday.
This and trolls are the kind of thing I need to avoid if I want the story in XCX to be a complete surprise. I shouldn’t watch this either but… I don’t know… I’m really tempted to sit here and watch it all the way through. There can’t be too many spoilers right? It’s just the first 140 minutes. I absolutely will not do this for XCX just like I had no idea about anything about Xenoblade Chronicles before i played it.
1. It doesn’t matter if you watch it or not
2. You can learn more about the game and series
3. I just started watching a freedom wars playthrough for the ps vita
4. I will be grinding or leveling up much more then the person I’m watching but I’m learning how the game is and it will be the first game I buy once I buy a vita which is extremely cheap right now and the sale ends tomorrow
5. I will be watching a playthrough of xenoblade chronicles X to just see the game and learn about it but will grind much more then the person I watch play who is Francis from playeressence since he has a japanese wii u
6. I don’t think there is anything wrong with looking at game play of a game you want and or are getting sooner or later
7. You will obviously be tempted to look lol but if you don’t then OK ghats good too
Thanks man. You right. It’s just there’s something about not knowing that makes a good story even better. In Xenoblade Chronicles I had no idea about what happened in the first two hours. It may have been longer for me since I explore a lot. I just knew the scope from Nintendo hyping the game. It’s like when I watched Attack on Titan the first time. I knew absolutely nothing about it. My sister made me watch it.
Unless you have a set of dedicated friends, at least 2 to help you with Freedom Wars, I would suggest staying away from it. The lobbies seem to be empty most of the times, and the assholes that do play it only join you if youre a high level. I love the game but it gets extremely difficult on the later half.
1. But that is you lol I most likely won’t play online
2. Or I won’t play online until much later
3. If it really is extremely hard then I may get friends
Thats what everyone says, they even had to patch the game in japan because it was too hard. We got the same game by the way so we also got the same patch. Imagine getting shot from far away with amazing aim and it only takes 2-3 shots to kill you. Thats what the later sections in the game feel like. If you pass the game by yourself then more power to you, but I have yet to hear anyone that’s passed it by themselves. Good luck with it.
I wish I knew nothing about what happened later in Xenoblade Chronicles. Sadly, I went online to make sure I wouldn’t miss any accomplishments for a certain character because I didn’t want to continue the game & miss out on an accomplishment. At the time, I had no idea the game actually had a New Game Plus so I didn’t want to miss any of them. So I ruined a number of plot twists for myself that would have been AWESOME surprises otherwise. Normally I wouldn’t be too bothered by spoilers because with spoilers, I only hear what happens & don’t get the same experience from hearing about them as much as actually seeing them. But since I ended up loving Xenoblade Chronicles so much, the spoilers were devastating to know about even though I didn’t actually see how it played out. But never again! So once I post this, I’m closing this tab so I won’t be tempted any longer by the video up above.
Don’t know if you’ll see this then, but I understand how you feel. I did check for things but tried to be very careful about what I read. Also I still haven’t beaten the game but just seeing so much more at the end was great. I really need to get my game back from my sister.
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