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As much as I loved the recent demo for Bravely Default - and I loved it a lot, sinking almost a dozen hours into its content - I was less enthusiastic about its story, and more interested in its battle system, various jobs and abilities, and its slick StreetPass features. Since the demo did such a shoddy job of revealing […]
Among the trailers revealed during this morning’s Nintendo Direct was a new video and information about Bravely Default, the Square-Enix RPG that launches next February. More details after the break!
For those lucky enough to live in Europe, Square-Enix’s 3DS-exclusive RPG, Bravely Default, is just over a week away from launch. I feel like I have been waiting for this Final Fantasy “reboot” for ages; I was absolutely thrilled when it was confirmed for western regions earlier this year. Although Bravely Default still isn’t coming to North America until February […]
Bravely Default, the impressive-looking Square-Enix RPG that I’ve been raving about for months now, has finally been given its North American release date – more details (and a new trailer) after the break.
Bravely Default was playable at a recent European gaming event, and someone was kind enough to capture 14 minutes of off-screen gameplay footage. Check out the video below: Apparently, the official subtitle is “Where the Fairy Flies”, which is at least a little better than “Flying Fairy” or “For the Sequel”. I still prefer calling […]
Another Nintendo Direct update; Square-Enix’s Bravely Default has been confirmed for a December 6 release in Europe, with a Q1 2014 release in North America. Check out the latest trailer of the game below: Many are calling Bravely Default a reboot of the Final Fantasy series; I have personally been looking forward to this one for […]
Square-Enix recently revealed Bravely Default: For the Sequel, an enhanced version of Bravely Default: Flying Fairy that features nearly 100 changes and additions to the original JRPG. It was also confirmed that For the Sequel will be the version of the game that is released in North America sometime next year. Keep reading after the break for a detailed list of the […]
Square-Enix launched the official Japanese website for Bravely Default: For the Sequel, a newly-announced and updated version of the original Bravely Default: Flying Fairy. Apparently, For the Sequel will be the version of the game that will be released in North America sometime next year, according to a tweet by Square-Enix. The updated version will feature over 100 improvements, including […]
Following up on the news from today’s Nintendo Direct presentation, where Link to the Past 2 and Yoshi’s Island 3DS were revealed, I am very excited to announce that Square-Enix also took the chance to confirm Bravely Default: Flying Fairy for release in North America (and Europe).
Square-Enix’s Bravely Default: Flying Fairy will be available for digital download on the Nintendo eShop starting tomorrow…in the Japanese region, that is. Lo and behold, the highly-anticipated JRPG hasn’t been confirmed for North America, but the surprisingly high sales numbers in the early weeks of its release seem to be making Sqaure-Enix pretty happy. Perhaps we’ll see […]
Check it out; I found this on GoNintendo.com: over 20 minutes of gameplay footage for Bravely Default: Flying Fairy, including battle scenes, story scenes, spoken dialogue and more. If you weren’t impressed by the Square-Enix RPG before, you should be now: I really dig the art style and the battle system; apparently Bravely Default plays […]
A few days ago, Joystiq published an interesting article about the possibilities of several major Japanese RPGs being released in North America. Among the games mentioned in the story were Nintendo 3DS titles Monster Hunter 4 and Bravely Default: Flying Fairy. The former should be a familiar name, but it’s the latter that I care […]