Bravely Default Hits Shelves in US
Brendan    2014-02-07, 20:33 pm.

Bravely Default, the newest game from the team that remade Final Fantasy IV and created Final Fantasy: The 4 Warriors of Light, is now available for sale in the United States.

Released to near critical acclaim, Bravely Default features an engaging new battle system, a new take on familiar mythology, and a beautiful art direction. A demo is available on Nintendo's eShop and the game retails for $39.99.

Editor's note: This game is wonderful and you must purchase it. That is all.

darklordmagus    2014-02-07, 21:53 pm

Got the NA Collector's Edition. I can't wait to open this puppy up at home after work! spent 10hrs in the demo alone :)

Brendan    2014-02-08, 01:47 am

The demo was brilliant, and so is the full game. I got the normal edition but I hope they release the soundtrack on its own eventually.

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