A Glance Of Bravely Default’s Battle System

By Spencer . March 30, 2012 . 6:04pm

While we know bits and pieces about Bravely Default: Flying Fairy’s story, Square Enix has been pretty quiet about the game’s battle system other than promising a turn based system. Today, we have a few screenshots of Tiz and Agnes in battle. Looks like Tiz is about to attack Daidalos with his mythril sword.



One of the grayed out commands in Bravely Default: Flying Fairy’s menus were special attacks and these are likely a preview of Tiz and Agnes’ unique moves.


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Square Enix also shared artwork from the game’s desert country, Rakurika. Situated in the middle of a desert, this nation relies on wind power to move the giant windmill. Fortunately, a temple inside house the wind crystal. One day the wind stops and people have to turn gears day and night to keep the city going. Thieves and a corporate monopoly on water also exhausted the town. Of course, players will leave the desert town and explore the extended world which has a country caught in an endless civil war and a nation with only women.


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