JRPG’s have become relics this past generation. With a lack of innovation, and an overdose of nostalgia, it’s hard to recommend many modern counterparts of the genre. Then along comes Bravely Default, a little title that promises to bring relevance to a dying breed. With twists like a random encounter slider, Default spins the way we thought turn-based combat works on its head. Add customizable difficulty settings, and the game sets itself up as a revolution, rather than just a step forward. Unfortunately, beneath the changes lie the traditional genre we once cherished; just updated for a newer console.