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Bravely Default Pushed to 2014 in Europe

July 31st, 2013 by Tony Garsow

Nintendo will be handling the localization of Bravely Default for the Nintendo 3DS, and had previously announced a 2013 release for Europe. According to an earnings report released by the company today, the localization of the European version will be pushed to 2014 along with the North American version.

Bravely Default: Flying Fairy originally released in Japan last October, and features a classic Final Fantasy-like turn-based battle system, overworld, and job classes from which to choose and mix abilities from. The game is developed by Silicon Studio and features character design by Akihiko Yoshida (Final Fantasy XII, XIV) and music by Revo and Sound Horizon. The unique battle system allows players to defend and save up Brave Points so that they can act in succession. The game also features a few social options such as a town that grows with StreetPass and the ability to summon your friends’ characters in combat.

The game’s success in Japan has spawned a browser game called Bravely Default: Praying Brage, but a proper sequel has been heavily hinted by producer Tomoya Asano. For more on this game, check out our Bravely Default coverage by clicking here.