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Bravely Default, released in Japan originally as Bravely Default: Flying Fairy, is a role-playing game for the Nintendo 3DS. Character design is done by Akihiko Yoshida and Silicon Studio.
Although the game has an original title, it is considered a spiritual successor of Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light, a "gaiden" or "spin-off" of the main Final Fantasy series, by its creators. The game follows the traditional Final Fantasy storyline of crystals and the Warriors of Light with the traditional job system gameplay, and the "Flying Fairy" in the Japanese title alludes to Final Fantasy by having the same initials.
Bravely Default: For the Sequel, the upgraded version of the original game upon which the American and European versions of Bravely Default are based, was released on December 5, 2013, in Japan. The game spawned a free-to-play web browser game, Bravely Default: Praying Brage, and a sequel, Bravely Second: End Layer. Another game called Bravely Archive: D's Report, was released in Japan targeting mobile devices in January 2015. (more...)
Concept art of Mog suffering in the heat from Final Fantasy XIII-2. Director Motomu Toriyama has said that adding a baby moogle character is fan service that would help fans accept the "rather serious main story." Mog forms an intimate bond with Serah Farron, and has a number of personality quirks, including a love for sweet foods. In the game's concept art, his antenna flops in different directions to show his mood. Here, it droops in the sun as he tries to cool off with a fan and ice cream bars.
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