Bravely Default 2: Famitsu's first review is extremely positive

Bravely Default 2: Famitsu's first review is extremely positive

Bravely Default 2

Bravely Default 2 will arrive on Nintendo Switch on February 26, in the meantime leaks the first review of the game published in the number 1682 of Famitsu available in Japan from tomorrow, Thursday 25 February. How is the new Square Enix title doing?

The reception given to Bravely Default 2 by the Japanese magazine was certainly very positive with a vote of 36/40 (9/9/9/9) , at the moment the text of the review is not available, we will know more as soon as Famitsu reaches the Japanese newsstands in the next few hours. Among the other reviews of the number 1682 we also find the opinions on Empire of Sin (30/40) and Ghosts n Goblins Resurrection, another Switch exclusive that takes home a vote of 31/40 (8/8/8/7).

Waiting for our review, we refer you to the Bravely Default 2 demo test: "If Persona 5 Royal has hands down the title of best JRPG of 2020, the Final Demo suggests that Bravely Default II could become the undisputed champion of the coming year. Not only does the product rest on the tested combat system of the unforgettable Final Fantasy The 4 Heroes of Light, but the return of the alternation between Brave and Default guarantees unparalleled depth to the strategic component. "

On you will also find a rich insight into the strengths of Bravely Default 2, available exclusively on Nintendo Switch from this Friday.

Bravely Default 2’s First Review Has Dropped

Japanese magazine Famitsu awards it a score of 36/40.

Bravely Default 2

Bravely Default 2 is coming out soon, bringing more classic old-school turn-based JRPG action to the Nintendo Switch, which means reviews for the game are about to begin dropping soon. The first of those is here, from Japanese magazine Famitsu, and based on these early impressions, things look god for the RPG.

Famitsu has awarded the game a total score of 36/40 (via Ryokutya), with each of its four reviewers awarding the game a 9/10. Praise is given to the game’s classic, old-school style, and its story, among other things. Though the game’s score is lower than what the outlet awarded to the original Bravely Default (which received a total of 38/40), it’s landed on the exact score that Bravely Second: End Layer received when it launched in Japan in 2015.

Bravely Default 2 launches exclusively for the Nintendo Switch on February 26. To celebrate its imminent launching, Nintendo is also bringing over Bravely Default 2 Spirits to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate this weekend. Read more on that through here.

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