The Western release of Bravely Default, Square Enix’s 3DS RPG reminiscent of classic Final Fantasy, is set release on February 7. With the launch close at hand, Nintendo put up a demo on the 3DS eShop today which, when played, can carry over items into the main game. It’s great, based off an hour or so of game time, but for those that want more Bravely Default, here is a new addition to the Import Report: Bravely Default Praying Brage.
It’s another Japanese Yahoo browser game, just like last year’s Kingdom Hearst X. It’s a bit harder to decipher than the KH game, but it’s interesting to say the least. It’s actually a sequel to the first game, taking place two hundred years later. It was created to bridge the gap between the actual 3DS sequel in Japan, which was recently revealed in Japan: Bravely Second.
Again, it’s a bit harder to get in depth with it thanks to the numerous amount of Japanese text. Still, for those that still have a Japanese Yahoo account from making one for KH, or want to start one now, watch this. If not, well, Bravely Default is only a short month away and this writer cannot wait.