Bravely Default might seem like a strange title, but it does have a root. The game’s combat system allows players to either hold their action by “Default”-ing or unleash multiple without interruption through the “Brave” command. Hence, Bravely Default!

 


You can see that in action in the above video, which shows why you can’t just Brave non-stop. It can be devastating to not be able to act for two, three, or even four turns in a row. But it is an option, and with skilled use of its Job system and your party of four, you can put together some solid strategies and combos.

You can put your own abilities to the test on this grand throwback to classic RPGs when Bravely Default II releases on February 26th.

 

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Written by Ricky Berg

When he isn’t writing for Nintendo Wire, Ricky’s anticipating the next Kirby, Fire Emblem, or if the stars ever align, Mother 3 to be released. Till then he’ll have the warm comfort of Super Smash Bros. to keep him going.

Ricky Berg