Promotional video for the Linked Horizon Live Concert DVD/Blu-ray, featuring the music of Bravely Default: Flying Fairy.
The game’s soundtrack is composed by Revo and performed by Sound Horizon. More on that here.
Since its release last October in Japan, things have been mum on a Bravely Default: Flying Fairy localization announcement. The Nintendo 3DS title is a game of Final Fantasy caliber, fit with the series’ classic job system and turn-based combat. You can view a lengthy video detailing the game’s systems by clicking here. Today, the game’s official Twitter operator tweeted to followers that with translation help, they are able to receive messages from fans overseas.
For those of you interested in localization (which should be many of you), now’s your chance to tell Square Enix Japan that you’ll gladly “look forward to it!” Let them know via Twitter, using the hashtag #BDFF (Bravely Default Flying Fairy).
Fans have set up a social media campaign to spread information about the game to other Final Fantasy fans (and fans of RPGs worldwide) to bring this game overseas. You can find out more about Operation Brave by viewing their petition here, as well as links to their various social media arms.
久しぶりにTwitterにアクセスしました。外国の方の声、ちゃんと届いてますよ！I accessed Twitter after a long absence. A voice of the foreign one arrives properly!※翻訳ソフトを使用してます
— ブレイブリーデフォルト (@BDFF_OFFICIAL) March 1, 2013
海外の方からのコメントがとても多い！皆様に遊んでもらえるようがんばります！There is very much comment from overseas one!I do my best to have all of you play!※翻訳ソフトを使用してます^^;
— ブレイブリーデフォルト (@BDFF_OFFICIAL) March 2, 2013