Bravely Second: End Layer Now Available for Nintendo 3DS

Hold on a Second.

As noted in yesterday’s Nintendo Download (which admittedly only just got published today), Bravely Second: End Layer is now available for all to purchase, download, and enjoy in the Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS. Or, if you’d rather have a physical copy, you can get that at retail once stores open. Either way, you’ll find that the suggested retail price is $49.99

If you’re interested and haven’t already done so, there is a free demo called Bravely Second: End Layer – The Ballad of the Three Cavaliers that you can download to get a taste of Square Enix’s sequel to the successful new role playing game Bravely Default. There, you can embark on an adventure unique to any you’ll find in the full version, and also be able to earn some bonuses that can carry over into the main game.

“Fans of classic role-playing games like Fire Emblem and Square Enix’s Final Fantasy series will love Bravely Second: End Layer,” said Nintendo of Canada’s General Manager and Senior Director, Pierre-Paul Trepanier, in a press release. “And while fans of the first game will appreciate the returning characters and continuing story, newcomers can just as easily dive into this memorable RPG experience.”

Nintendo of Canada is touting this latest entry highly as part of an ongoing year’s worth of strong role playing games across their platforms. Bravely Second: End Layer follows the releases of Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam, Final Fantasy Explorers, Project X Zone 2, Fire Emblem Fates, and the Virtual Console releases of Pokémon Red Version, Pokémon Blue Version, and Pokémon Yellow Version: Special Pikachu Edition. More is on the way as well with Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE for Wii U on June 24th, Monster Hunter Generations on Nintendo 3DS this summer, and Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past on the Nintendo 3DS later this year.

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