New Bravely Default 3DS Screens and Art

By Jorge Ba-oh 03.03.2012 6

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Square Enix have trickled out more screenshots and stunning concept art for the 3DS-exclusive project, Bravely Default: Flying Fairy.

Details on the new project are fairly scarce, but what we do know is that the project is being lead by is being lead by Square veteran Tomoya Asano, who worked on the DS remake of Final Fantasy III, bringing together gorgeous worlds penned by artist Akihiko Yoshida.

Flying Fairy has been described as a traditional RPG, and we've been introduced to one protagonist - Agnes Oblige. The maiden is the heroine of the story, who protects the wind crystal. She'll be travelling the vast seas on a boat, going for a pint in what looks like her local tavern, plus popping an arrow or two into a dragon.

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More screens and artwork can be found in the Bravely Default album below. What do you think of the latest look into Square Enix's new 3DS RPG?

Box art for Bravely Default
Also known as

Bravely Default: For the Sequel


Silicon Studio




Turn Based RPG



C3 Score

Rated $score out of 10  8/10

Reader Score

Rated $score out of 10  9/10 (10 Votes)

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Looks lovely. It reminds me a bit of A Link to the Past, Golden Sun and... story books.

Does look absolutely gorgeous! Wonder if the gameplay/story will be up to scratch?

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I was impressed by the short Japanese demo.

Is this actually a fully fledged RPG? I keep seeing stuff about the AR sections, and I keep wondering what the actually main part of the game is about. Is the AR stuff necessary or just a side distraction?

Add me on anything. I'm always looking for new friends/opponents/town visitors/chances to appear more popular than I actually am.

reminds me a little of FF9 which is my favourite FF game visually. I wish square would abandon the boring art style of the current FF console games.

Monkey D Super (guest) 09.03.2012#6


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