Embark on a journey in the world of Luxendarc, the welfare of which relies on four elemental crystals. Follow the quest of Agnès Oblige, the Vestal of Wind, and her companions, as they race to restore balance in Luxendarc by awakening the crystals.Read full description
Bravely Default: Where the Fairy Flies is now available exclusively on Nintendo 3DS.
Embark on a journey in the world of Luxendarc, the welfare of which relies on four elemental crystals.
According to tradition, crystals are looked after by chosen priestesses, the vestals, who all bear the name Oblige. As of late, terrible events have befallen the land and the power of the crystals seems to be waning.
Follow the quest of Agnès Oblige, the Vestal of Wind, and her companions, as they race to restore balance in Luxendarc by awakening the crystals.
Traditional JRPG feel with an inventive storyline involving parallel worlds.
Ground-breaking Brave/Default system makes for engaging battles.
Exchange profiles with other players to learn abilities or summon them in battle.
Take a break from the main adventure by rebuilding the village of Norende.
Choose between many jobs, equipment and abilities to customize your party.
If you miss good old days of JRPGs, you absolutely must pick this game up! It's as classic and traditional game in the genre as you can get. No action rpg that is popular nowadays, it's good old amazing turn based action and it just feels like Final Fantasy VII with how camera is placed. Graphics for 3DS are pretty good, although it may require some getting used to how pixelated characters look, especially in cutscenes, where the jaggies could actually jab your eyes. Soundtrack is downright beautiful and even after you will complete the game, you will probably go back to it just for to listen to it. The only major draw that could turn impatient people off is the story, which starts pretty slow, however this game is incredibly forgiving for beginners and it introduces nicely the fighting system, brave points and all the meat of the game. It is a nice homage to games of old, without feeling ancient. Strongly recommended.
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