Japan's Silicon Studio is perhaps best known for co-developing the Bravely Default games with Square Enix. The studio has a new, next-gen game engine, and it looks beautiful.
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.
Can the innovative implementation of 3D pixels and a good sense of humor save Silicon Studio's 3D Dot Game Heroes from being labeled a gimmicky Zelda clone?