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Square Enix opens up official Bravely Second site


11:00 AM on 12.09.2013
Bravely SecondSquare Enix opens up official Bravely Second site photo



The sequel to Bravely Default is a thing, and it's called Bravely Second -- which is a silly name, but an upgrade on the original, I guess. Square Enix has gone and opened up an official site, complete with a miniature 10 second looping musical track, and some beautiful artwork.

As an aside, the game is confirmed to take place in the same world several years later with a new character. It's also going to be on the 3DS again, which is great news for a portable that just keeps on rolling.

Bravely Second [Square Enix]








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