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Bravely Default out in Japan October 11

tinycartridge:

Square Enix and Silicon Studio’s 3DS RPG Bravely Default: Flying Fairy will be released in Japan October 11, in both a standard edition and a Collectors Edition exclusive to the “e-Store.” Note that it’s the Square Enix e-Store, an online store run by the publisher, and not the 3DS’s eShop. 

The ¥12,800 Collectors Edition comes with the game, an art album, a soundtrack, an “original protect case” for your 3DS, and an AR poster.

In Japan, this news is accompanied by the release of yet another demo, featuring battles. Having not played any demos beyond a barely interactive AR demonstration, I’m so ready to start seeing more of it as it approaches (Japanese) release.

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Square, any time you guys wanna announce that this is coming to North America would be swell.

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tinycartridge:

More evidence that Bravely Default: Flying Fairy will be one of the best looking 3DS games when it releases in Japan later this year, and eventually in the West I hope.

As for that strange title, apparently scenario writer Naotaka Hayashi (Steins;Gate) explained the name to Famitsu, and the meaning behind it is quite literal: “Have courage and renounce the promises and responsibilities that are expected of you.”

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tinycartridge:

New Bravely Default: Flying Fairy trailer debuted at last night’s Nintendo Direct event. The first minute is made up of mostly environment art with a bit of movement — looks impressive enough, but, like everyone else I’m sure, I would prefer if this was more gameplay-focused.

If you skip to 1:20, you’ll see some of the game’s concept designs turned into in-game footage. I guess we’ll have to wait until Bravely Default’s release is closer before we get much more — the JRPG is scheduled to release this year, with a demo and an AR app due to hit in Spring.

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[Via @NintenDaan]

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