Only registered users may post messages
Want to register ?
Re(4):Re(10): pretty stuff
forgot your password ?
or view all icons
Just finished [b]Bravely Default[/b], so I thought I'd post some little notes about the game that people might not know yet. *It has a guy named Brave Lee in it. *It's full of death, crazy people and bitterly depressing things. *You get your summon spells from stuttering owl wizards. *Some of the villains are very bad people. They made me think "I have [i]got[/i] to stop this guy." *An oddly huge amount of the game is totally optional. If you skipped it all, I imagine the game would seem empty and confusing. I had a tear-filled emotional resolution to the entire story in a completely optional scene. *The town you build is a great idea, but it's very simple and completed very quickly. I imagine this feature will be hugely expanded upon in the sequel. *Without spoiling too much, to get the true ending the "last chapter" must be replayed several times in what can be described as "mini new game+s" This will undoubtedly annoy a lot of people. *The game explains both you as a player and the existence of every other player in the game, in game terms (and it totally works). *The last boss fight is so long, my battery almost ran out in the middle of it. The fight was inventive, but boy did I ever want that thing to die. *One of the characters has a notebook that tells the future. If you read it, you'll be spoiled. All in all, it was a great game, but not quite as good as its soundtrack. The writing felt really fresh and the side stories were fantastic, but most of the game was spent dangling the truth just out of reach instead of providing actual plot developments. There were so many scenes like "And the horrible secret behind everything is--(cut)." I had a great time with the class system and there are a huge amount of skills to play with (like 300+). Although some classes are useless to stick with, you can mix and match passive skills from all classes and set a secondary class battle command (like white/black magic)as a sub. For example, Superstar has good skills, but is not good to keep as your main class. Freelancer is no fun, but their "Encounter rate down" skill was a must. My Ringabel was a Dark Knight sub Superstar, which is [i]obviously[/i] the only correct choice for him.
Delete? To delete this post, check this box.
Delete subthread too ? To delete all replies to your message, check this box (currently disabled)
include your profile signature.
in this post.