Square Enix have registered domain names “AllTheBravest.com” and “AllTheBravest.net”, which are thought to relate to the currently Japan-only 3DS RPG Bravely Default: Flying Fairy. It could mean nothing at all, but according to My Nintendo News, this announcement could herald the possible localisation of the game, which is sure to get RPG-lovers excited.
As you can probably tell by the art style, it’s a spiritual sequel to DS game Final Fantasy: The Four Heroes of Light, and it’s set to feature augmented reality gameplay mechanics alongside an extensive job system and traditional turn-based battling. It came out in Japan in October, but is it too soon to hope for a Western release? Let us know in the comments below what you think of this news!