Bravely Default is reaching North America last of all big gaming territories. It's a great insult and I cry about it... often. Luckily, Nintendo has taken pity upon my pathetic, RPG-begging soul and has decided to offer a demo to help us with the wait. Ah, a demo, that's fine... but wait! This is no ordinary demo. No, this is an exclusive demo featuring content not found in the full game. We are truly saved! North America 4eva!
Starting on January 2 3DS gamers will be able to download the Bravely Default demo witch features an exclusive side-story not featured in the main game. I'm not exactly sure what they mean by "exclusive," but I hope it means North America gets it an no one else does. Maybe everyone else can have it later, but it's ours for now.
I've got to admit, however, that I'm a little bit pissed about how Nintendo used up Bravely Default's time during Nintendo Direct. Reggie spent almost all of the time talking about these stupid microtransactions that I'm not even going to waste my time going over. Basically they're cheat mode in battles if you feel like things are too tough. What kind of nonsense is that in a JRPG? Come on man, don't put that stuff in a Nintendo Direct.
Bravely Default, widely considered one of the best classic RPGs to be released in some time, will be launching on Nintendo 3DS starting on February 7