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Bravely Default is getting a demo in Japan that basically gives you half the game

11:15 AM on 07.07.2014

Chris Carter

Reviews Director

The first four chapters

Well this is interesting. Even though the game has been out for some time (especially in Japan), Square Enix has developed a new demo for Bravely Default to shuffle in basically everyone who hasn't played it yet.

On July 28th on the Japanese eShop, you'll be able to download a crazy big demo for Bravely Default -- the first four chapters in fact (the game has eight chapters -- more info here on that with spoilers). If you want the rest of the game and voice acting, you can pay 2,000 yen (roughly $20) for the privilege

That's....not bad at all!

Bravely Default [Square Enix via Siliconera]



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