Bravely Second will offer improved visuals compared to its predecessor
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Bravely Second is still a long ways off, but producer Tomoya Asano and designer Akihiko Yoshida have been regularly talking with Japanese outlets about the upcoming 3DS game.
In a new interview with Famitsu, Yoshida said that the game will include enhanced graphics compared to Bravely Default. He said:
Basically the [battle] system does not change but the graphics are better than in the previous game. It’s possible to fill a dense background with thicker lines and strike a balance between the two. In the previous game, we felt the resolution was too low when zooming in. But this time, the denser background and camera zoom in does not affect quality, and unlike the previous game I don’t feel that [Bravely Second] falls apart when the camera is closer.
Tomoya Asano and Akihiko Yoshida talk Bravely Second
Famitsu’s full Bravely Second interview with producer Tomoya Asano and character designer Akihiko Yoshida is now available in English. You can find some experts below and the full translation here.
Akihiko Yoshida explains why he left Square Enix
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Akihiko Yoshida, longtime character designer, left Square Enix just recently. Yoshida saw a very long tenure with the company having worked there for close to two decades.
In the latest issue of Famitsu, Yoshida explained why he decided to depart from Square Enix. He also spoke about his commitment to Bravely Default even though he’s moved on.
Yoshida told the magazine:
Character designer Akihiko Yoshida leaves Square Enix
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Longtime character designer Akihiko Yoshida has left Square Enix after working at the company for close to two decades. Yoshida joined Square Soft way back in 1995.
Yoshida’s departure is confirmed through a message left in the Bravely Default art book just released in Japan.
The following message is included in his personal message section: