By BDFFLocalize / October 19th, 2012
Operation Rainfall started out as a project to bring three JRPGs on the Wii to the United States. The American Wii desperately needed JRPGs and these three games would hopefully drench the desert of the Wii in JRPG goodness. The 3DS is now in an arguably worse situation, that is why Bravely Default: Flying Fairy needs to come to the West! (That and the fact that it is a brilliant piece of work) That is our goal, to localize Bravely Default from Japan, and show Square Enix that there is interest in the other regions for this amazing JRPG!
Bravely Default: Flying Fairy, is a 3DS game that is a “spiritual successor” to Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light (that was for Nintendo DS). It has been developed by Silicon Studios and published by Square Enix. It uses “BP” a type of stocked points that is used to gain extra turn. This is where the first part of the title “Bravely Default” comes from. When you are using the “Default” command, a turn is skipped and you stock a BP, the “Brave” command uses a BP so that you can move twice. Bravely Default also has some of the best music in a video game soundtrack!
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And we will not cease our efforts until this game is in the hands of every gamer who wants it, and that is our goal! Let’s make some noise, and show Square Enix that we want this game!
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