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[News] Bravely Default: Flying Fairy Might Be Flying Overseas


[News] Bravely Default: Flying Fairy Might Be Flying Overseas

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From Square-Enix and Silicon Studio, the makers of 3D Dot Game Heroes, Bravely Default: Flying Fairy hit Japanese shelves back in October 2012. For years, fans of the JRPG genre have been anticipating a game on par with old-school Final Fantasy games. There have been a few that have been very well received, such as Ni No Kuni and Lost Odyssey, but those are far and few between. Bravely Default: Flying Fairy actually began production as a sequel to the 2010 DS game, Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light changing into a different game somewhere along the way, which has thus far been very well received in Japan. With a job and battle system similar to Final Fantasy V on the SNES, this seems like the game that Western gamers have been waiting for for years now. Fortunately, that might be a possibility as the official Bravely Default twitter has been aglow with teasing a localization lately. The most recent tweet reads:

There is very much comment from overseas one! I do my best to have all of you play!

This isn’t the first time they tease (broken English and all), with a previous tweet mentioning they are listening to the voice of foreign fans. Personally, I would love this, even if I’m still a fan of Square-Enix’s recent work (haters to the left). While reviews have been kind, fans have been sour. This could mean a great return to form for Square-Enix if it follows through, showing the rest of the video game community that they really do still have it in them to make great role-playing games.

You can read our previous update and watch the trailer here.

A graduate in English from Florida International University. When he's not writing, he is traveling the country to tell his life story of growing up with Hemophilia. If not, then he's probably wondering if his neighbors in Animal Crossing still miss him.

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