Bravely Default: Flying Fairy Japanese Box Art Revealed

Title meaning also uncovered...

The time is nigh for Japanese RPG fans, Bravely Default: Flying Fairy will be fluttering over to the 3DS console on 11th October. Square Enix has now revealed the official and finalised Japanese box art for the game, and incidentally uncovered a reasonably high age rating for an RPG on the 3DS - CERO C (15+).

Since the title's initial announcement, Square Enix has released a number of 3DS eShop demos for consumers to try out, as well as slowly drip-feeding information about the characters and storyline. We have since learnt that the 'Bravely Default' part of the title comes from the game's battle system, which surrounds two parameters; 'Brave' and 'Default'. The 'Flying Fairy' part we can assume is something to do with the young lady on the front of the box art.

If you are in Japan, there is still time for you to pre-order and grab the Collectors Pack through Square Enix's official store.

[via andriasang.com]

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