By Justin Guillou / September 24th, 2013
Square Enix revealed a new trailer for the highly anticipated Bravely Default:For the Sequel at Tokyo Game Show. Bravely Default: For the Sequel is an enhanced version of the popular Bravely Default: Flying Fairy that was released last year for the Nintendo 3DS in Japan. The RPG series is somewhat of a spiritual successor to Final Fantasy: The Four Heroes of Light. It uses a class system similar to that seen in both Four Heroes of Light and Final Fantasy V.
This new version is said to feature over 100 improvements. These include: enhanced visuals, an option to speed up battles, options to change the language spoken, and three save slots as opposed to one in the original release. These are just a couple examples of the many improvements made to the game. You can watch the new trailer below:
Bravely Default: For the Sequel will be released in Japan on December 5. For those of you in Europe, you will get to enjoy the game later on this year while North Americans will have to wait until 2014.
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