Famitsu magazine in Japan has reviewed Square Enix’s Bravely Default: Flying Fairy, providing it with a score of 38/40. This makes it one of the highest-rated games on the 3DS.
You can check after the break for lots of direct-feed footage from Square Enix’s Bravely Default: Flying Fairy.
You can check after the break for almost 30 minutes of footage from the final demo of Bravely Default: Flying Fairy. There’s also a large amount of screenshots and artwork for you to check out.
Satoru Iwata, while talking about third-party titles during Nintendo’s recent Nintendo Direct broadcast, spent a few minutes on Square Enix’s Bravely Default: Flying Fairy. There was confirmation that there’s over twenty different jobs to choose from, along with three-hundred abilities for customising your character. The new demo will be released “soon”, with the ability to transfer save data to the final version.
There’s screenshots after the break.
There are two scans for Bravely Default: Flying Fairy after the break.
It’s exactly as the title of this posts says. If you have spare hour or so, and are super-interested in Bravely Default: Flying Fairy, but don’t have a Japanese 3DS to download the recent demo, check out the video after the break.
The latest issue of Jump magazine in Japan has revealed the first details about Ringabel, the fourth main character in Bravely Default (pictured above in the far right), He’s a young man who’s lost his memory and holds a special notebook that gives him prophecies about the future.
The magazine also revealed that the game will allow you to exchange your character with others and use the characters you’ve obtained through this method as summons in battles.