PRESS RELEASE: Bravely Default Deluxe Collector’s Edition for Europe

Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013

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Bravely Default: Deluxe Collector's Edition | oprainfall


Collectible figurine, artbook, AR Cards and soundtrack CD included

22nd October 2013 – With the eagerly anticipated launch of Bravely Default on 6th December fast approaching, Nintendo of Europe today unveils the contents of the Bravely Default Deluxe Collector’s Edition, a premium edition of the critically acclaimed role-playing title from Square Enix for the Nintendo 3DS family of consoles.
The Bravely Default Deluxe Collector’s Edition, which will be available in the UK from, comes in a game-themed box which contains the following items:

  • Bravely Default (Nintendo 3DS Game Card)
  • Agnès Figurine
  • Deluxe Artbook
  • 34 AR Cards
  • Original Soundtrack CD

As a special pre-order bonus, fans will also be able to get their hands on a smaller artbook when they pre-order either the  standalone game or the collector’s edition at GAME before launch on 6th December. The game itself will also be available as a download from Nintendo eShop on the Nintendo 3DS family of consoles.

For further details:
Nintendo 3DS Guided Tour:
Nintendo 3DS (UK) on Facebook:
Nintendo UK on YouTube:
Nintendo of Europe on Twitter:
Nintendo UK on Twitter:
Nintendo UK Online Store:

The collector’s edition has also been confirmed for Australia, as shown via this EB Games listing.

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  • James Best

    Are we gonna get this in America? Probably not. Not that I’m really complaining, I’m just glad we’re getting the game itself without having to organizing a whole campaign to do so.

    • Goose

      Probably not. You know how Nintendo of America is. I mean all they did with Xenoblade was just open the region-lock for us here in America without changing a thing instead of using American voice actors.
      They reeeeally love us.

    • James Best

      And we aren’t getting that awesome Treasure Chest preorder bonus for A Link Between Worlds either.

    • multibottler0cket

      I guess they’re more friendly in the PAL region 😉

    • RagunaXL

      I agree! being an American gamer, chatting with PAL gamers online, they loooove their Nintendo and Sega. They’re just more ‘hardcore,’ sorry, it’s ‘niche’ now. That or, the way the market is set up, companies can more easily figure out ‘who’ wants ‘what’ and ‘where,’ and how many.

    • multibottler0cket

      Yeah, I just hope we can mooch off their localizations like we’ve had with the operation rainfall games. I’ve actually grown quite fond of British voice acting 😛 Plus I’m Canadian, so it’s nice to see them spelling colour and armour properly!

      Haha that hardcore/niche comment is too true. I remember when all the ”real” gamers played the RPGs and Nintendo games. Good times.

    • RagunaXL

      yeah, somehow hardcore became the term for fps fans. it’s like I have to have a goatee, play games that have a soda pop named after them, and all you do is spaz/twitch the trigger button every time a robot jumps out in front of you. the games are like a gerbil feeder, for ‘Wylde-Syde Gam3r-P01ntz.’ but Nintendo is kiddy, not mainstream (also not hardcore), and has to stop making ‘gimmick’ controllers

    • John Ellis

      From the English trailer this was, for better or worse, an NOA localisation.

    • multibottler0cket

      Yeah, I’m a little worried, but I can handle bad voice acting if I have to.

    • RagunaXL

      i really want the ar cards! I love them, wish Nintendo did more with them. I really just want the game though, i’d settle for that, but I think the ar cards have something to do with the story in-game. The plastic game case’s art looks really cool though!

    • chris

      My favorite part was how they didn’t even change the date stamp on the saves to match the US standard. It doesn’t really bother me, it just reeks of laziness, it’s something that quite literally would have taken 1 person 5 minutes to change.

    • multibottler0cket

      You know it would have been a phenomenal waste of money to re-do the voice acting just to have a different accent. Plus, they could have messed it up like they did with Arc Rise, seriously damaging the sales of an otherwise great game. Also, Nintendo doesn’t have much experience with voice acting compared to other developers.

      Just saying, voice acting is a huge factor in development costs if you’re going to do it right.

  • Charlotte Buckingham

    Want the soundtrack and artbook more than anything else. Definitely want to pick this up; I hope I’ll be able to afford it! 😀

  • Pedro Rosas

    we better get this in america. I want that figure

  • multibottler0cket

    This better come to North America! Looks ssoo nice <3

  • Starman Ultimate

    I want that soundtrack! *drools*