Bravely Second dated for North American shores, comes with Collector’s Edition bundle

Bravely Second

Unlike Dragon Quest fans, Square Enix never left its newly discovered Bravely Default groupies hanging in suspense over a localization. While I suspect that the two demographics share a considerable amount of overlap, Bravely Second was confirmed for a North American release two months after it launched in Japan.

Dragon Quest VIIthree years. And we’re still not out of the woods yet for Dragon Quest XI. Smells as salty as the Pacific Ocean around here.

Anyway, we have confirmation that Bravely Default will be launching in North America on April 15. This should give you enough time to wrap up Fire Emblem Fates, launching in Feb, or any of the other countless JRPGs floating around the gaming space this year. Nintendo joined in to confirm that a demo titled Bravely Second: End Layer – The Ballad of the Three Cavaliers will be available on the Nintendo 3DS eShop before then.

In addition, Square Enix also revealed the inevitable Collector’s Edition, which comes with the game, soundtrack, a 250-page art-book, and a slick box. This will set fans back $69.99.

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