Breath of Fire II

Breath of Fire II

2007

System
Super Nintendo
Publisher
Capcom
Developer
Capcom

7.5

Game Rating

User Ratings: 11

Our Review: 7/10

Overview

Number of Players
Single Player
Genre
RPG
Release Date

Wii Shop

  • 27th Aug 2007, 800 points (USA)
  • 10th Aug 2007, 800 points (UK/EU)
  • 26th Jun 2007, 800 points (JPN)

Wii U eShop

  • 10th Jul 2013, ¥800 (JPN)
  • 5th Sep 2013, £5.49 (UK/EU)
  • 5th Sep 2013, $7.99 (USA)

3DS eShop

  • 6th Oct 2016, £7.19 (UK/EU)
  • 24th Nov 2016, $7.19 (USA)
Series
Breath of Fire
Controller Support
Classic, Gamecube

Screenshots (7)

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Reviews

  • 42

    Wii U eShop / SNES

    Review Breath of Fire II

    Understandably lacking in freshness

    The Super NES was home to what are still considered by many to be a some of the finest RPG experiences ever produced. It's a predictable lineup of big names, and Breath of Fire II doesn't often get a mention. If it was overshadowed in the past it perhaps has an early opportunity to earn new fans on the young Wii U...

  • 5

    Wii Virtual Console / Super Nintendo

    Review Breath of Fire II

    A breath of fresh air

    Capcom’s Breath of Fire series isn’t really respected that much these days. The last instalment — the underrated Breath of Fire: Dragon Quarter for the PS2 — was a bit too different from previous games and didn’t really make the impact Capcom possibly hoped for. Compare this to the fanfare that followed the release...

About The Game

Featuring a wide range of characters and personalities and a vast, endless world to explore, Breath of Fire II is the sequel to the original smash-hit role-playing game.

In a world set 500 years after the previous installment, in a frontier village known as Gate, the father and sister of a young boy known as Ryu are suddenly abducted. Strangely, all the villagers appear to have completely forgotten everything about the incident, and Ryu has instantly become an orphan.At a church Ryu meets Bow, another orphan in a similar predicament, and they slip away from town together to begin their adventure.

Multiple gameplay viewpoints are featured in the game (such as the quarter-view perspective during battles that made the original game so popular) while using exciting abilities like shaman fusing and dragon transformations, and help these two heroes complete their mission!