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Considering getting Bravely Default

Discussion in 'RPG Discussion' started by Sora96, Jan 11, 2015.

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  1. Sora96

    Sora96 Sphere Hunter

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    I'm considering getting Bravely Default, anyone want to give their thoughts on it?

    I've never played The 4 Heroes of Light btw.
     
  2. Wazi the pa

    Wazi the pa Samurai Legend Moderator Site Staff

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    The gameplay in Bravely Default is amazing. Put it this way: If you crave to play a seriously good JRPG on your 3DS, Bravely Default is the game for you.
     
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    Sora96 Sphere Hunter

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    Can you explain the connection to The 4 Heroes of Light? They're made by completely different teams and aren't even the same franchise.
     
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    Infest Chocobo Knight

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    It's more like a spiritual successor ( primarily because of the artstyle imo) you don't have to play 4 heroes of light .
     
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    Sora96 Sphere Hunter

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    Good. I don't want to play The 4 Heroes of Light and I wanted XII's sequel to be my final DS game. Haha.
     
  6. Wazi the pa

    Wazi the pa Samurai Legend Moderator Site Staff

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    I haven't even played 4 heroes of light on the DS. I just went straight to Bravely Default.
     
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