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Kotaku - Bravely Default: Flying Fairy is a Classic Final Fantasy in All But Name

Kotaku - I vividly remember watching the Nintendo press conference right before the Tokyo Game Show in 2011 where they announced Bravely Default: Flying Fairy. I remember because I could not stop laughing for a good ten minutes after I saw the nonsensical title pop across my screen. I dismissed the game based on its name alone and categorized it in my own mind as nothing but a derivative, throw-away Square Enix RPG. That was foolish of me because over the course of my time with Bravely Default: Flying Fairy, I have come to see it is not only the latest of Square Enix's insanely named titles but also the spiritual successor to the Final Fantasy games of the 16 and 32-bit eras.

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moegooner881329d ago (Edited 1329d ago )

Sqaure Enix please do one thing right this gen, and localize Bravely Default

Snookies121329d ago

I'd be surprised if they did with the way they're going... Who knows though, maybe they'll actually come through for once this generation.

-Gespenst-1329d ago

Oh man they've got to localize this. Final Fantasy Type-0 too, that game is supposed to be fantastic.

If they do these things, together with releasing Versus XIII, I think they'll be back on track.

Lightning Returns sounds seriously promising too. I'm thinking 2013 could be a really good year for SE.