Author Topic: Nintendo confirms Bravely Default: Flying Fairy for North America and Europe  (Read 1211 times)

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It seems Bravely Default: Flying Fairy will be receiving a localization after all. Nintendo confirmed during today's Nintendo Direct that Bravely Default: Flying Fairy will be heading to Europe in 2013, while North America will be receiving the game in 2014. Unlike Square Enix's other IPs, such as Final Fantasy and Kingdom Hearts, the localization is being handled directly by Nintendo, with some involvement from Square Enix.

Bravely Default is described by producer Tomoya Asano as a classic-style RPG. The game has a job system like Final Fantasy V and The 4 Heroes of Light. Jobs such as Monk, Black Mage, White Mage and Knight are confirmed to be in the game, and in a surprise twist, enemies in Bravely Default have jobs as well.

As you play through Bravely Default you collect more jobs along the way. The game’s main story follows four characters and sub-scenarios, which is where you can find additional jobs. Developer, Silicon Studio, also included multiple endings.


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Must have, i need more games for my 3DS ;D


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