By default, you’ll have to be brave to download Bravely Default.
Square Enix’s newest RPG title has officially launched on the North American 3DS eShop. Aside from paying the standard price of $39.99 (excluding sales tax), players will also have to cough up 26,498 Blocks of storage on their SD (Secure Digital) card. That’s roughly 3.24 GB of jam-packed, dynamite data — crowning Bravely Default as the number one largest 3DS eShop title to date.
For comparison sake, The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds weighs in at 5,440 Blocks, Kid Icarus: Uprising calls for 12,906 free Blocks, and Pokémon X and Pokémon Y each command 13,927 Blocks. Even Resident Evil: Revelations doesn’t require as much digital real estate at 25,795 Blocks.