More Bravely Second Changes Reported – Side Quests Always Give Good Ending

Monday, February 29th, 2016

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Bravely Second: End Layer

If you always want a good ending the European version of Bravely Second might be the game for you. In the Japanese version with side quests players pick a side and watch what happens be it good or bad. In the European version players seem to always get a good ending.

User  Dark_Felix  stated the following in a forum recently.

I’ve finished the Japanese version and something felt off about the outcomes of the side quests in the english version, I just finished the side quest with Ominas and Artemia and they made a pretty big change with how the outcome works. Hard to explain in more detail without going into major spoilers but i’ll try to keep it major spoiler free, read on at your own risk.


So basically instead of picking a side and seeing the consequences of your decision being played out you’re given a “good” ending regardless, i just went back and checked the events again and this applied to all the ones i’ve done so far. Can’t say i’m a fan of this change as part of the appeal of picking a side was actually seeing the consequences of your choice and then further down the line without going into spoilers “stuff” happens.


You can read more about it here  but beware of spoilers.


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