The gameplay is your typical turn-based system, but with one new twist: the "brave" and "default" system. By selecting "default" on your turn, you can defend the turn and save it for later. When you want to use this saved turn later, you select "brave." You can save up to three turns and therefore unleash four attacks total, if you so choose. You can even "brave" if you haven't saved any turns; however, you must pay for it by losing your next few turns.
The game also features a robust job system with many classic jobs from other similar titles. As you level up, you level up your base level and job level separately. You are also able to access the spells/skills of one other job in addition to the one you have currently equipped. As you progress through the game, you face bosses which, when defeated, drop a new job crystal for your arsenal.
To see how Bravely Default: Flying Fairy plays in action, check out the video above.
Bravely Default: Flying Fairy was released for the Nintendo 3DS on October 11, 2012, in Japan. There is currently no word on an international release.