There's an old saying: if it looks like a Final Fantasy, feels like a Final Fantasy, and sounds like a Final Fantasy, it's probably Bravely Default.
The sub-boss battle music from Bravely Default: Flying Fairy is some of the most hilariously over-the-top JRPG battle music I've ever heard. From 1:50 to the loop-around, it's... it's like composer Revo built a giant robot out of DragonForce members, gave it a Red Bull and told it to perform three lead guitar parts at…
The penny whistle is so hot right now. If you played the Bravely Default demo, chances are you were a bit swept up in the fantastic world-map music. Perhaps you were also reminded of Ni No Kuni's excellent world-map music. That's probably because both compositions prominantly feature the penny whistle (or tin…
Here's the first English trailer for Bravely Default, an upcoming Square Enix role-playing game for 3DS that seems like old-school Final Fantasy in everything but name.
You have to give Square Enix points for honesty; Bravely Default: For the Sequel wears its primary intentions right on its sleeve. I mean, it's right in the title: "For the Sequel."
What? Bravely Default is evolving! On December 5, Japan is getting an updated and expanded re-release of the interestingly-named 3DS JRPG, titled Bravely Default: For the Sequel. Nintendo, who's publishing Bravely Default in the West, wasn't able to confirm to Siliconera which version they'd be bringing over next year.
For quite some time now, the world has been laughing at the name Bravely Default: Flying Fairy, even as we begged Square Enix to bring it out of Japan.
Square Enix's 3DS role-playing game Bravely Default: Flying Fairy is coming to North America next year. Nintendo will publish the game along with Square Enix.
Dear Square Enix,
Bravely Default: Flying Fairy is Square Enix's newest RPG on the 3DS; and while it may technically be a new IP, it shares a lot in common with the famous JRPGs of yore.
Retail game Bravely Default: Flying Fairy is getting a download version in Japan. It will hit the Nintendo 3DS eShop on November 1 for ¥5,400.
I am all for the campaign to keep talking about the wonderfully-titled role-playing game Bravely Default: Flying Fairy until Square Enix decides to localize it outside of Japan. It looks fantastic, by all reports it's a great game, and people are buying it! Win-win.
People in Japan like Bravely Default. They really like Bravely Default.
We still haven't heard a peep from Square Enix's North American offices about Bravely Default: Flying Fairy, a lovely-looking 3DS RPG that's out in Japan this week.
Square Enix's upcoming 3DS RPG, Bravely Default, looks gorgeous. As does its collector's edition, which includes what for most would games would constitute the entirety of their merchandise offerings.
The ridiculously titled Bravely Default: Flying Fairy will use a job system similar to Final Fantasy V, according to a report by Dengeki Online (as translated by Andriasang).
Next year, role-playing game know-it-alls Square Enix will grace the Nintendo 3DS with a new, original RPG. It's called Bravely Default: Flying Fairy, a silly name for a potentially intriguing game.