Reviews and Problems with Bravely Default: Flying Fairy
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3 weeks ago
Summary: I have had no problems out of the game. Game play is turned based, but can be turned off. It also gives you the option to "default" and this gives you more hits on the next turn. I am just starting to play, but so far I do like it.
Summary: I really did give it a shot, but it's too boring. I love previous FF games, especially 6, 4, 7, and 1. Like modern FFs, it seems obsessed with Western influence instead of Japanese influence. DQ should be really boring but it still fun. This game feels like FF2, 3 where there's no plot at all.
Excellent battle system held back by a cliche, unambitious story
Zamil Akhtar, Amazon
15 May 2015
Summary: I've played dozens of JRPGs, and I would rank Bravely Default somewhere in the middle of the lot. It has a lot of things going for it, such as an excellent battle system and entertaining characters. However, I had no desire to follow the story and felt no hunger to know what happens next.
Summary: I'm in love with this game. Unexpected gem I found here. It is a Japanese RPG, expect a typical save the world story with all the cliches that japanese stories normally have. The art is from Akihiko Yoshida and will feel and look like Final Fantasy Tactics with some world structure that will remind...
First Half is 5 Stars, Second Half is -1 Stars For Repetition
Cap'n Stoob "Stoob", Amazon
24 January 2015
Summary: This is a standard JRPG with characters who look prepubescent and the women are overly sexualized. One character is basically a rapist with an Elvis haircut and the other is a doorstop that can't muster more than 2 sentences before crying or groaning in depression.
Summary: The game falls apart in the second and third acts, but stands as a fine example of a modern JRPG. That said, don't except a compelling story or characters. Instead except addictive gameplay that, honestly, carries the game through its 70 hour play through.
and the ability to modify the rate of random encounters and set the characters to fight battles automatically makes it easy to g
Mark Barnes, Amazon
14 December 2014
Summary: Bravely Default is a hard game to rate, because it's such an inconsistent experience. The game plods a bit in the opening acts with a plot that relies heavily on JRPG tropes and little strategy involved in combat; however, the job system keeps things interesting enough to stick around, and the...
Summary: It's decent. I love the look and style and presentation of this game to death. The 3D is attractive and well-implemented, the character design is adorable, the voicework is often very solid, and the world is large and colorful. On presentation, this game knocks it out of the park.
Summary: After owning the game for about six months, I finally got around to beating the game today. Despite some flaws, this is one of the better RPGs I have played in a long while. PROS: + Great battle system. Choosing when to Brave or Default during battle is key to winning the harder fights.