Bravely Default Scores Near Perfect Marks

Japanese gaming bible Famitsu has awarded Square Enix’s forthcoming Nintendo 3DS RPG Bravely Default: Flying Fairy near perfect marks in the latest issue. Two of the reviewers gave the game a perfect ten out of ten, while the other two reviewers gave the game nine out of ten. The overall score for Bravely Default: Flying Fairy was 38/40.


30 thoughts on “Bravely Default Scores Near Perfect Marks”

  1. 2 away from a perfect score. This is gonna be one blockbuster title that needs to be published in North America and Europe!!!

    1. It will come over here . Its to big of a game not to be . Projext x zone is a bit too japanese based . Bravely default is just a new IP RPG from square enix that everybody can enjoy .

  2. Goddamn it, I don’t have a 3DS. I want to play this game so badly.We need more good rpgs. I hope they have some good ones coming to Wii U. Leave luck to heaven.

      1. Xenoblade was a starting point, but just didnt get enough advertisement in. If they advertise the shit outta Bravely Default, it can really turn the heads of consumers to go see what the hubub is about

    1. It’s Japan so far. But I think SE said that this wants to be their new final fantasy so I think we will see localization soon.

  3. Nintendo 3DS only has shitty games. Oh wait, whoopsie, I forgot to log in my Aeolus gravatar, how am I supposed to make people mad now?

    Anyways, on a serious remark, that title just got my attention. Might pick it up soon. :)

  4. Well, Resident Evil 6 got 39/40 from Famitsu, but it’s getting very low scores everywhere else, so I don’t know about this score.

  5. That CE looks very sweet, if it does come to North America, I hope they bring that CE too. Also the chick in the black dress looks cute lol

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