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Bravely Default
Bravely Default (NA)
North American boxart
Developer(s) Silicon Studio
Publisher(s) Square Enix (Japan)
Nintendo (North America & Europe)
Platform(s) 3DS platform icon
Classification(s) Nintendo-network-icon Streetpass-icon
Genre(s) RPG
Rating(s)
ESRB  PEGI  CERO  ACB

05ESRB T  03PEGI 12  03CERO C  03ACB M

Credits • Gallery • Cheats & Hints • Videos
Bravely Default

Bravely Default  is a roleplaying game for the Nintendo 3DS. It was developed by Silicon Studio and published by Square Enix in Japan and Nintendo in North America and Europe. It is the spiritual successor to Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light. It was originally released in Japan as Bravely Default: Flying Fairy, and it was later re-released in Japan as Bravely Default: For The Sequel with added features. The updated version was localized to other regions as Bravely Default. The game also spawned a sequel, Bravely Second, which is currently in development.

Gameplay

Plot

The game follows the adventures of Tiz Arrior, Agnès Oblige, Ringabel, and Edea Lee, as they try to restore the four crystals in order to save the world.

Demos

There are two demos for the game. The first demo reuses central locations but alters them so that it has an original plotline separate from the main game. This demo generally lasts the player a few hours. If the player gets the full game and retains the demo's save data, he will unlock special items depending on his progress.

The second demo, so far only released for Japan as of July 2014, contains the first 4 chapters of the game for free. Players can buy the full game at anytime and continue from where they ended in the demo.

Development

The game originally started as a Final Fantasy: 4 Warriors of Light game.

Reception

AggregatorScore
GameRankings 85% (based on 42 reviews)[1]
MetaCritic 85% (based on 65 reviews)[2]
PublicationScore
Edge 8/10[3]
Eurogamer 8/10[4]

Bravely Default has received generally good reception.

It has also sold decently well, selling approximately 200k in its first month in the US across digital and physical. In France, the game has sold 60k through May 2014 from launch. It also sold 141,529 in its first week in Japan and 274,979 for the 2012 fiscal year.

According to Dengeki, the game has sold over 1 million worldwide with 400k being Japan across both versions of the game and 600k for the rest of the world.

Gallery

  Main article: Bravely Default/gallery

Videos

Videos
Bravely Default's Debut Trailer00:56

Bravely Default's Debut Trailer


Debut Trailer
Bravely Default Nintendo Direct Japanese Trailer01:29

Bravely Default Nintendo Direct Japanese Trailer


Japanese Trailer
Main Page: Bravely Default/videos


References

  1. {{{last}}}, ({{{date}}}) "Bravely Default"
    http://www.gamerankings.com/3ds/729328-bravely-default/index.html
    Published by: Game Rankings

  2. {{{last}}}, ({{{date}}}) "Bravely Default"
    http://www.metacritic.com/game/3ds/bravely-default
    Published by: MetaCritic

  3. {{{last}}}, ({{{date}}}) "Bravely Default review"
    http://www.edge-online.com/review/bravely-default-review/
    Published by: Edge

  4. Parkin, Simon (December 3, 2013) "Bravely Default review"
    http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2013-12-03-bravely-default-review
    Published by: Eurogamer


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