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Submitted by wonderwall97 406d ago | news

Is Bravely Default the Next IP Square Enix Will Milk?

As such, a recent translation of a Famitsu interview incites that the Bravely Default: Flying Fairy franchise will be getting a new game every year. How do you feel about that, knowing that the first game has not yet even been released to the west? (3DS, Bravely Default, Bravely Default: Flying Fairy, Square Enix)

jonboi24  +   406d ago
SE good Dev teams, horrible publishers and horrible at business. Someone needs to buy them out and set them straight.
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DarkBlood  +   406d ago
just dont change the turn based gameplay for the western release square or its no buy from me :P
Inception  +   405d ago
"Is Bravely Default the Next IP Square Enix Will Milk?"

Well, hopefully not. But if they can keep the quality as high as possible in every sequel, than i don't mind...
Misaka_x_Touma  +   405d ago
on 3ds

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