Today, Nintendo announced that the highly anticipated new RPG from Square Enix, Bravely Default, will be coming to Europe by the end of the year, which will be a localized version of Bravely Default: For the Sequel, an enhanced version of the original Bravely Default: Flying Fairy. UK and European gamers can look forward to playing this before the year’s end. A new trailer has also been released showing off the game’s English dialog and audio.

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New series of game trailers set to introduce Square Enix RPG in the run up to launch


27 September 2013 – Nintendo announces that Bravely Default, the eagerly anticipated role-playing title from Square Enix for the Nintendo 3DS family of consoles will be the enhanced edition when it lands on European shores by the end of 2013.

This enhanced edition, called Bravely Default: For The Sequel in Japan, adds exciting improvements to the original game including graphical polish such as animated characters during conversations; an improved and more user-friendly user interface, and additional difficulty settings, with three new difficulty levels and the ability to adjust enemy encounter rates. Players can choose between the Japanese or the new English audio tracks, while any on-screen text can also be displayed in French, Italian, German or Spanish.

Nintendo will be releasing a series of Bravely Default trailers introducing the game to European players, the first of which has been revealed today and can be watched here: Bravely Default – Intro Trailer