New Bravely Archive: D’s Report Gameplay Trailer & Artwork

The Bravely series is heading to iOS and Android this year in Japan, announces Square Enix. Bravely Archive: D’s Report continues a few hundred years after the original game, but isn’t part of the mainline canon. D’s Report is set to a reimagined world of Luxendarc and tells an alternative story where things go a… Read More

Bravely Archive: D’s Report Announced | Details, Trailer & Screenshots

The Bravely series is heading to iOS and Android this year in Japan, announces Square Enix. Bravely Archive: D’s Report continues a few hundred years after the original game, but isn’t part of the mainline canon. D’s Report is set to a reimagined world of Luxendarc and tells an alternative story where things go a… Read More

Bravely Default Rubber Strap Collection Releasing in February

Bravely Default Rubber Strap Collection Box will be releasing February 2015 in Japan! The box contains a total of 10 characters where one will be a random special version. The pricing is set to 600 yen per strap and the box is selling for 6480 yens. If you buy the box directly from the Kotobukiya, you… Read More

Ho ho ho! X’mas Collections Music From Bravely Default Announced | Cover Art

Ho ho ho! It’s less than three month until Christmas and you can already hear the traditional Christmas tunes playing in the shopping centers and on the radio. But what would Christmas be without a new album from Square Enix? It’s time do throw Jingle Bells and Rudolf away and play beautiful Bravely Default’s Christmas tunes… Read More

Agnes Returns With New Artwork And Details On Bravely Second

Bravely Second was revealed in the late 2013 with a short glimpse of a new town and gameplay. After that we haven’t received much new information about the upcoming 3DS JRPG, but today things changed – Square Enix updated the official Japanese website with new pictures, art and information on new and returning characters, jobs… Read More

Square Enix President Talks About Bravely Default’s Success and How It Affects Future Game Development

The president of Square Enix, Yosuke Matsuda recently talked to Nikkei Trendy about shifting the company’s focus back to heavy JRPGs and their core audiences. This is because the company was surprised by the success of Bravely Default in West because it mainly developed for Japanese audience. In the other hand, Hitman: Absolution, which was meant to appeal… Read More