Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Bravely Default Flies to the eShop on November 1st in Japan

Bravely Default: Flying Fairy for the Nintendo 3DS is selling like sushi in Japan. It is so popular that the game is now hard to find in retail stores. If you are looking for the game, then Square Enix has good news for you. One word - eShop

Yes. Square Enix is bringing Bravely Default: Flying Fairy to the Nintendo eShop in Japan. And what's more, at 5,400 yen, it is definitely cheaper than the retail version which is at 6,090 yen.

Looks like demand in Japan is so big that Square Enix is giving it all they got to provide to the gamers what they want. It has implications though, that the company's titles are still hits, especially when done right, right there in their home country.

Does this mean there might be a Western release? Of course not. That's the reason why we are all here covering the game, generating news and spreading information on how interesting Bravely Default: Flying Fairy is so the we can convince Square Enix to localize the game. Let's just wait for now.

Credits to Siliconera