Now that’s one heck of a headline!
During the opening events of Square Enix and Silicon Studio’s Bravely Default, Tiz Arrior’s home of Norende was swallowed up by a giant chasm. One of the game’s sidequests allowed players to gain access to rare equipment and abilities to customise their special moves with by using other Bravely Default owners met over StreetPass or online to rebuild Norende. Occasionally, Square Enix would also release optional bosses that could be downloaded and then battled in Norende Village, known as “Nemeses”.
This feature is being revived in the upcoming sequel Bravely Second: End Layer, but will be moving out of Luxendarc and to Magnolia Arch’s home of the moon, which will unfortunately not be sticking to established Wallace & Gromit canon and be made out of cheese. Like with the nemeses of the first game, the Moon Base will come under attack from a number of downloadable optional bosses known as Demon Kings, some of whom might be recognised by Bravely Default players:
Due to the power of the Demon Kings, the Moon Base carries weapons known as “Busterships” that can lower their levels, making them easier to take down. While you can only use one Bustership at a time, you can also level up Busterships to increase their effectiveness and reduce the cool down period before you can use them again.
Bravely Second: End Layer is currently slated to be released in Japan exclusively on the Nintendo 3DS on 23rd April 2015.