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Bravely Second: End Layer comes to Nintendo 3DS on Feb 26, demo arrives Feb 11


Bravely Second: End Layer comes to Nintendo 3DS across Europe on February 26th. 

Bravely Second kicks off a year that will see Fire Emblem Fates, Hyrule Warriors: Legends, and both Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past and Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King all reach Europe before the year is out.

Upon its launch on 26th February, the game will be available as a Deluxe Collector’s Edition including an Original Soundtrack CD, Agnès Mini Figurine and a Deluxe Artbook of around 250 pages. The game will also be available solus and as a downloadable version from Nintendo eShop. 



A pre-launch demo focusing on the Three Cavaliers - Yew Geneolgia, Janne Angard, and Nikolai Nikolanikov - will act as a prelude to the adventure, and even allow players to unlock rewards in the full version of the game, depending on their progress in the demo. The demo will be available in Nintendo eShop on February 11th.

You can pre-order the standard edition of the game below (Deluxe Collector's Edition not available at ShopTo).

Edited On 14 Jan, 2016

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Turniplord 11 months ago
I want to get this as a download - but your price is about 12 quid cheaper than what the e-store download will be... torn between cheaper or convenience?!?!
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Fear Sinséir1612 11 months ago
Well, Turnip-sama, bonmarché ALWAYS wins over e-Strore convenience! Besides, ShopTo's pretty convenient as before you know it Bravely Second will have arrived through the post and you'll have saved yourself just over a tenner ^0^! You could buy Fast Racing Neo for those savings if you hadn't already!
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Turniplord 11 months ago
I dunno - I like having game son my 3DS without the carts - if I have to use a cart I'll play it less as I don't carry them around with me. Shame I can't find cheap 3DS top ups anywhere
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Neil 11 months ago
I'm probably in the minority but why do all these decent RPGs get released on a hand crippling microscopic hand held device... I want to relive DQ8 on my glorious TV using a proper console...

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