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Bravely Default





Bravely Default 


Bravely Default is a throwback to older role playing games. At the same time it tries to add a social element to the game - which only works if you have people nearby playing the same game. It is also a bit of an oxymoron to try to take a single player game and make it into a social experience. My first reaction was to reject the social element immediately. How many other role playing gamers did the same thing?

Bravely Default is very dry, and very slow. We run into religious beliefs different than the super majority in America. Players go on a quest to purge the four crystals of evil/impurities/something bad. Bravely Default is predictable every single step of the way. Bravely Default also uses a job system. So players can level up their character and their job class. There is so little innovation in Bravely Default. It re-uses much of the content from past role playing video games.

There is enticement to lust, violence, and language issues in Bravely Default. The violence is the only thing that was really needed in this game. We wade through thousands of battles with many of the same looking monsters. Using attacks to beat them is expected. The other content was not needed and ruined an already mundane role playing game.

The battles in Bravely Default get boring fast. Bravely Default tries to do things with Brave, and Default that wind up falling flat on its face. The job system can get interesting if you swap them around a lot. Which means needing to have more gear (armor and weapons) since changing a job class changes what you can equip.

Bravely Default is worth around twenty to twenty-five dollars. If you can stomach all of the bad content, and can persevere to the end of this tedious hand held adventure.
- RPG Master


Graphics: 60%
Sound: 60%
Replay/Extras: 75%
Gameplay: 50%
Family Friendly Factor: 50%

System: Nintendo 3DS
Publisher: Nintendo
 Square Enix
Rating: ‘T’ - Teen - THIRTEEN and OLDER ONLY
{Fantasy Violence, Mild Blood, Mild Suggestive Themes, Use of Alcohol}

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