Now that Bravely Default: Flying Fairy is inching a bit closer to its Western release, Square Enix has started tossing out tons of English media for fans to consume. This Nintendo 3DS effort drops in Europe this December, as the tail end of this trailer indicates, and North America is slated to get it in early 2014.
Personally, Bravely Default: Flying Fairy hasn’t really been registering too large on my radar. Our own Ron Duwell, though, seems very intrigued by the title. While it might not be in line with what I want from a portable RPG, it seems like it’s right up his alley.
Before you ask, those pesky English voices can be changed to their original Japanese form in the game’s settings. English subtitles and Japanese voiceovers is perfectly acceptable, where I stand.
We’ll have more on Bravely Default: Flying Fairy as it comes, so stay tuned.