Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call already has a bunch of music from the mainline FF series, its spin-offs, and other games like the SaGa series. Next up is Bravely Default, which will be the basis for four tracks set to hit the Japanese version of the rhythm game on November 19. Read on for more.
In Square Enix's latest trailer for Bravely Second we get a nice look at The Orthodox Knights' Three Musketeers. The group bands protagonist Yuu together with Jean and Nikolai, and you can see the trio in action along with some additional footage and the music of ryo (supercell) after the jump.
Square Enix busted out the list of games they'll have on hand at this month's Tokyo Game Show event, including which titles will be playable and which will be video-only. Some of the highlights at the company's booth are playable versions of Bravely Default sequel Bravely Second, Chaos Rings III, and 3DS action-RPG Final Fantasy Explorers. Full list after the jump.
A release window was given for Bravely Second during this morning's Nintendo Direct presentation. Square Enix's follow-up to Bravely Default launches on Nintendo 3DS in Japan this winter, and you can see the latest trailer after the jump.
Square Enix busted out a nice little set of screens for Bravely Second, the Bravely Default sequel that's currently in the works for Nintendo 3DS. See Agnes, as well as the new location of Guatelatio and newcomer Magnolia suited up in Valkyrie, Performer, Time Mage, and Red Mage jobs after the jump.
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.