Hand-drawn 3D backgrounds and a rousing score bring Luxendarc to life. Enter a brave new world of turn-based combat! Time your turns tactically and turn the tides in your favor with the new Brave and Default system. Flex your strategic muscle by combining more than twenty jobs with hundreds of different abilities. Summon friend's characters to fight by your side, or borrow their abilities*. Recruit citizens with the StreetPass feature to rebuild Tiz's destroyed village. Be part of the community in this fresh take on the single player RPG!
Dark times have befallen the land of Luxendarc, and its fate is in the hands of Tiz Arrior and his three comrades. Mold them into heroes as you take a fantastic journey in Square Enix's highly acclaimed RPG for the Nintendo 3DS system.
Agnès watches over the Wind Crystal, one of the four crystals worshiped by the faithful of Crystal Orthodoxy. When a dark power overruns her temple and the world, she sets off on a quest to awaken the crystals.
The sole survivor of Norende, Tiz Arrior is haunted by his failure to save his brother. He won't rest until he has restored his village.
Initially dispatched by her father—the Grand Marshal of the Eternian Forces—to capture Agnès, Edea eventually joins Tiz's party in their quest to seek the truth and restore balance to the world.
Confident and charming, the rakish Ringabel remembers nothing of his past. The future is another story—this maidens' man possesses a mysterious journal that tells him his destinations and the people he will meet.
This Cryst-Fairy accompanies Agnès on her journey and provides valuable information about Luxendarc and the ways of the world.
Calculated risk and reward are central to the battles in Bravely Default. As you wander the landscape of Luxendarc, enemies will take the fight to you when you least expect it— so you need to be ready with a well-balanced team and sound strategies.
Bravely Default offers turn-based battles with a twist. You'll find a wealth of traditional moves and abilities at your disposal, and also innovative game play mechanics—like the Brave, Default, and Bravely Second commands—that enhance battles in new ways.
Success in combat demands that you wisely manage your Brave Points (BP). When you enter a battle, you can elect to Default—which partially shields you from attacks and builds up BP—or to Brave—which spends BP to unleash multiple attacks at once. If you unleash your Brave attacks at the right time, you can defeat tough enemies quickly, preserve the health of your party members and gain bonus points towards jobs and experience.
In addition to Brave Points, your characters can use Sleep Points (SP) to freeze time for your enemies during battle with the Bravely Second command. It's a powerful tool, but you should use it sparingly—you need to put your Nintendo 3DS or 2DS system in Sleep Mode to slowly build up your SP.
Each weapon has special moves that you can make your own with customized names. You can also create a battle cry for when you unleash the move in combat. Assign your move to your profile, and then exchange it with other Bravely Default players via the StreetPass feature.
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