Bravely Default: Flying Fairy is a popular RPG akin to classic Final Fantasy games for the 3DS, and as is typical for the genre is exclusive to Japan for now. Made by Silicon Studios, the developers of 3D Dot Game Heroes, perhaps localizers are wary of Bravely Default due to the current economy or who really knows. Nevertheless, fans want it, but no news was to be found until this morning when the official Bravely Default Twitter account rekindled hope.
久しぶりにTwitterにアクセスしました。外国の方の声、ちゃんと届いてますよ！I accessed Twitter after a long absence. A voice of the foreign one arrives properly!※翻訳ソフトを使用してます— ブレイブリーデフォルト (@BDFF_OFFICIAL) March 1, 2013
"For the first time in a long time, I accessed Twitter. We hear the voices of our foreign fans loud and clear."
Combining the look of 3DS ports of older Final Fantasy titles with more detailed hand-drawn environments, with drearier and more surreal atmosphere, Bravely Default was particularly popular in Japan. I can't imagine it not being successful overseas, especially after it seems like the recent wave of Wii RPGs performed quite better than expectations.
Bravely Default: Flying Fairy was released October 11, 2012 for the 3DS and a PC follow-up is said to currently be in the works. Hopefully we'll get news of the RPG coming overseas soon, from one of a number of great localization studios who undoubtedly would love the opportunity.