Return to Luxendarc for new adventures in Bravely Second: End Layer on Nintendo #3DS, coming to Europe on 26/02/2016 pic.twitter.com/rLVf3HKtP3
— Nintendo UK (@NintendoUK) December 10, 2015
Nintendo UK has tweeted that the long-awaited Bravely Second: End Layer will be coming to Europe on Friday, February 26th. The Twitter account tweeted an image of the special edition which includes the game, a soundtrack CD, an artbook (250 pages) and also a figure of Agnès Oblige. The game is also coming to the United States sometime in the spring next year.
we better not have to wait any fracking longer than Europe for this game; we’ve already waited *long enough*. Clearly its already in English if it releases in Europe, so it would just be NoA being a idiot again
Oh & Square Enix of America, too. We can’t put all the blame on NoA with this. Oh wait. Nevermind! Nintendo is the publisher of the game in America & PAL regions. My bad…
Ooooo I hope we get that figure in our CE. :O
Does anyone know if GameStop is taking pre-orders of this collector’s edition yet?
I’m still trying to play through the 1st game. It’s goood.
This is what I hate about nintendo Europe and nintendo America. Why can’t they coordinate releases? I mean seriously it’s as simple as changing the region code. Since they won’t either the American market or the European market ends up waiting longer
I was going to go digital with the sequel but that little Agnès Oblige figurine… @.@ Unless they announce a few Bravely Default/Second amiibo at some point, this is probably the closest I’ll get to having a figurine of one of my favorite Bravely Default/Second characters. I guess it will all come down to price & if we even get this special edition of Bravely Second: End Layer, though, if I actually buy the game physically.
As for why the game is going to take so long for America, I guess they got to do like they did with the first game: double censor the god damn thing. Let’s change their ages because what they say isn’t something teenagers EVER say (lol) but let’s change the dialog, anyway! I’m so glad the movie industry doesn’t treat teenagers like little kids like the video game industry does. Least Hollywood isn’t in denial about how teenagers think, talk, & act. “Oh no! Sex talk! Censor it, censor it now! Teenagers don’t talk about that stuff! Hurr durrr!”
“Teenagers don’t talk or think about how hot their fellow teenagers look in bikinis & swim trunks!”