By Eugene . December 26, 2013 . 2:32pm
Bravely Default continues stuffing in as many bosses as it possibly can into the game. Not that we can blame Square Enix, though; nor would we want to dissuade anyone from free additions to this already very fine game. The two latest bosses have a little bit of extra street cred from them, having a special art designer in Matsuda Sebastian and returning composer Revo in the mix.
All around King of Cute Matsuda Sebastian, one of the big names behind 6% Doki Doki in Harajuku fashion, did the designs for the new bosses. He also helped with breaking out J-pop singer Kyary Pamyu Pamyu in her first CD single PonPonPon. He’s got the words psychedelic down pat.
Topping off the star power here, composer Revo—who already did work on Bravely Default: Flying Fairy and might be more well known for his music in Attack on Titan—is back to add the battle tracks for these two bosses. Both of these demon king bosses will require the utmost preparation to fight as they’re suggested for parties of level 99!
The two new bosses are demons with the first above being called Dove. There’s nothing dove-like about it, yes, but it will peck your brains out. You’ll be able to get the boss from Christmas eve till the end of the year. Look at Ringabel’s getup! So manly!
The second is Butterfly Tail, some horrific re-imagining of what happens when goldfish go to hell and come back. This will be available from New Year’s Day till the 6th of January.
While you’ll only be able to take them down once, you can get them to re-appear again by StreetPassing someone with them or from a Friend invite.
Bravely Default: For the Sequel is out now in Europe and set for February 7th, 2014 in the US.