The Japanese Nintendo 3DS eShop is getting a super-size demo for Bravely Default for those who have yet to take the plunge. Starting July 28, players will be able to sample the first four chapters, which covers about half of the full game. More after the jump.
When Bravely Default developer Silicon Studio isn't working on classic-style Japanese RPGs that make Square Enix rethink their direction, they're cooking up a nice little rendering engine called Yebis 2. Hit the jump for a tech demo sampling.
Bravely Default finally flies to Nintendo 3DS in North America this week, and Nintendo is celebrating with an up close and personal look at the RPG's Collector's Edition. Watch as Nintendo Minute spends some quality time with the release in the unboxing video after the jump.
Those of us in North America have been starved for far too long, so Square Enix's Bravely Default can't come soon enough. While we wait just a bit longer, Nintendo has a new story trailer that briefly introduces the four heroes after the jump.
Alright, North America is still late to the party, but how many of you on this side of the world have already played the hell out of the Bravely Default demo? If you're chomping at the bit for the full game, Nintendo has a new trailer showing off various jobs after the jump.
Consider this a handy public service announcement for all you RPG fans. The North American demo for Bravely Default is now in the Nintendo 3DS eShop, so you can finally try it before it arrives in February. More after the jump.
There's not much to see here that we didn't post about earlier this month, but Square Enix debuted a trailer for Bravely Second, the sequel to Nintendo 3DS RPG Bravely Default: Flying Fairy. Dig the brief clip after the jump for a familiar shot of magic university town Istantarl and the new character, Magnolia Arch.
Folks looking forward to Bravely Default will be getting an early treat next year, with the announcement of a special side story demo for North America. Hit the jump for a trailer and more.
Bravely Default: Flying Fairy is getting a sequel in Japan in the form of Bravely Second, and Square Enix has a handful of screens, artwork, and details for the game following its initial announcement. More after the jump.