It takes a village to raise a child — or in Bravely Default: Flying Fairy‘s case, it may be a child who raises a village. One of our four protagonists, Tiz, strikes out on his own after his hometown of Norwend Village is destroyed. Well, all is not lost it seems, as you’ll be able to take part in a mini-game to rebuild the village from the ground up.
The 3DS’s StreetPass and SpotPass will play an intrinsic part in managing Norwend’s growth. As you mingle with other 3DS owners, the population of your village will increase to a maximum of twenty. You’ll even be able to grow the town’s economy to a point where you’ll be able to purchase equipment not found anywhere else in the game.
The fifth and final demo for Bravely Default: Flying Fairy is now available on the Nintendo 3DS eShop, with previous versions being taken down. The newest demo features some of the new features we’ve heard of the last few weeks — summoning, Abilink, and Norwend Village.
We’re just one month away from the Japanese release!