Bravely Default is coming to North America on February 7, 2014, Nintendo announced today as a part of its presentation surrounding upcoming 3DS releases.
The role-playing game will also receive a collector's edition in ...more
A new Bravely Default trailer has been scattered to the four winds, providing a glimpse at the highly-anticipated role-player's alluring gameplay and story sequences. The foreboding and triumphant musical accompaniment is al...more
Bravely Default is cruising to Nintendo 3DS in North America early next year, Nintendo has revealed. The company's latest financial results briefing indicates the Square Enix role-playing game will release between Januar...more
Nintendo of Europe has unveiled a new trailer for Bravely Default. The footage provides our first look at the forthcoming localization of the Nintendo 3DS role-playing game.
The Western release of Square Enix and Silico...more
The obtusely-named Bravely Default: For the Sequel will be the version of the forthcoming Nintendo 3DS title that makes it to Western shores, Square Enix announced via Twitter today.
The enhanced edition of the acc...more
[Update: We've added some info about the UK release, which is actually this year. Also, a new subtitled trailer can be found below.]
Today's Nintendo Direct gave us what we've been asking for: Square Enix's 3DS RPG Bravely De...more
It sounds like Bravely Default: Flying Fairy might be coming to North America and Europe. Maybe. That's what the optimist in me chooses to believe anyway. While this is far from a lock, producer Tomoya Asano addressed western...more
This trailer was first shown on the Tokyo Game Show floor last week at the Square Enix booth, but as the game's only presence at the event, it was heavily guarded and not film-able. It was a bit of a bummer that the game was...more
Square Enix's upcoming 3DS title Bravely Default: Flying Fairy is...not here. It's not at TGS in any form other than a really amazing video clip running at their booth. I moped around the show floor all day because of this, a...more
Originally, the "Pic of the Day" series that Super Smash Bros. producer Sakurai has been running on the Miiverse was only supposed to run for a few months. But due to overwhelming fan demand, the series continues, and wi...more
As we previously found out, the Japanese version of Super Smash Bros. 3DS is banning people for playing Peach online during competitive matches -- presumably because it mistook her turnip for an item hack.
Nintendo is no...more
According to a statement from Nintendo, Super Smash Bros. 3DS sold one million copies during its launch in Japan. It's great news that the series can still create such a buzz and sell that much product.
The only thing that bums me out is that by the time the New 3DS hits in the US, all of the people I know will make the switch over to Smash Wii U full-time.