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New English Trailer For 3DS RPG Bravely Default

Posted on Friday, September 27 @ 05:20:01 Eastern by Heath_Hindman
Bravely Default: Where the Fairy Flies is a kick-ass RPG for the 3DS. It's basically what Final Fantasy should be (that "FF" in the name is no accident), except Square Enix is convinced that no one likes what Final Fantasy used to be, so they shouldn't put those words on good games anymore. Here's a trailer in English that will do little to convince anyone, but hey, still, it's new.



If you like JRPGs and in particular, you're curious about where Final Fantasy might have gone if mailbox heads were not put in charge of it, continue keeping your eyes on Bravely Default. An upgraded version of the original game will hit Japan this December, then that upgrade will be the version that European get later this year, and North American players get in 2014.
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