Nintendo revealed yesterday that Nintendo 3DS role-playing game Bravely Default: Flying Fairy will be released outside Japan. Nintendo of America confirmed to Kotaku that the North American copy of the game will be called Bravely Default, but the company has yet to decide on a subtitle. In Europe, however, the game will receive an all-new title. Bravely Default arrives this year in Europe, and in 2014 in North America.
Square Enix and Nintendo of America has confirmed that Bravely Default will be coming to North America sometime during 2014. The game will launch in Europe later this year.
The official Bravely Default: Flying Fairy Twitter team has hinted once again that they are looking at bringing the acclaimed Bravely Default: Flying Fairy to the West. The team say that they have had a lot of comments regarding localisation and it is something they are considering. Bravely Default: Flying Fairy launched in Japan in October 2012 and received an overall score of 38/40 by Famitsu.
There is very much comment from overseas one! I do my best to have all of you play!
The Bravely Default: Flying Fairy Twitter team say that they have heard the fans pleas for the game to be localised. The acclaimed role-playing game was released in Japan during October 2012, but we’ve yet to hear word from Square Enix regarding a Western release for the game. Let’s hope we hear something soon.
久しぶりにTwitterにアクセスしました。外国の方の声、ちゃんと届いてますよ！ I accessed Twitter after a long absence. A voice of the foreign one arrives properly! ※翻訳ソフトを使用してます
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.
Naotaka Hayashi, the creator behind the oddly named Bravely Default: Flying Fairy has explained to Japanese publication Famitsu why the development team decided to give the game such a bizarre name. Bravely Default apparently refers to bravely taking the step towards turning your back on your promises and responsibilities. Here’s a few more choice quotes about Square Enix’s forthcoming JRPG.
- Naotaka is responsible for creating the entire scenario plot and themes, as well as defining all the characters in the game. He is also writing the actual text script in the game, although he does work with both Square Enix and Silicon Studio staffers to iron out the finer details of the story.
- The game will be pretty character driven, with the characters in the game learning that their personal views don’t always match with that of a world at large, and while they begin with certain missions or goals, such conflicts will cause them to question their approach towards the world and others.
- The title of the game is Bravely Default. What does it mean? It actually means exactly what you might think it means. It refers to bravely taking the step towards turning your back on your promises and responsibilities.
Mesut from Nintendomination has uploaded footage from the latest Bravely Default: Flying Fairy demo which has gone live in Japan. Bravely Default is exclusive for the Nintendo 3DS and is produced by RPG powerhouse Square Enix. The game is due for release sometime later this year, so hopefully we won’t have to wait too long for a demo.
Square Enix has revealed a new trailer for their forthcoming JRPG Bravely Default: Flying Fairy which is exclusive to the Nintendo 3DS. Square Enix has yet to announce a solid release date for the game, but it’s due to come out sometime this year.
Square Enix has shown off a new trailer for the promising Japanese RPG Bravely Default Flying Fairy which is exclusive to the Nintendo 3DS. A demo for the game is expected to be available in the Japanese Nintendo 3DS eShop during Spring 2012.