By Operation Rainfall Contributor / July 31st, 2013
Nintendo financial reports have confirmed some interesting things in the past. Another was released today, revealing some unfortunate fans for European gamers: Bravely Default: Flying Fairy will not be arriving this year as originally announced, but has been pushed back to 2014.
This is disappointing for gamers living in the PAL region. I know I’ve been looking forward to hearing when I’ll be getting my hands on the game later next year, only to now find out that I’ll have to wait longer than expected.
For those unaware, Bravely Default: Flying Fairy was announced for a Western localisation earlier this year. Americans were told they would have to wait until next year, while Europeans reveled in the fact that they would be playing it later this year. In light of this, that is no longer the case.
There’s not much to be done about it at this stage, however. What do all of you make of this? Any idea why they had to alter the release date?
Bravely Default: Flying Fairy was developed by many of the same people who developed Final Fantasy: 4 Heroes of Light, and is one of the best-looking games to come out of Square Enix recently. Hopefully, its success (if it is successful) will spur Square Enix into bringing more quality titles like it into a language we Westerners can understand and enjoy.
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