If you haven’t gathered by now, we at WiiUAndMii are all in love with Square Enix’s upcoming 3DS RPG “Bravely Default: Flying Fairy”. Personally speaking, forget Monster Hunter, *this* is the game I want localised. It has been a while since we have heard anything new about the game, but prepare for your jaws to drop and to feel mighty envious towards Japanese gamers now, as Square Enix has announced the Limited Edition version of the game, which will be released in Japan for ¥12,800 (£104.96) alongside the regular (¥6,090; £49.94) version this October:
That’s right. You get the game’s soundtrack CD, artbook, an original protector case for the 3DS and a life-size Augmented Reality poster. All items except the former will not be sold separately. The limited edition version is only available from Square-Enix’s official online store.
Unfortunately, a western release for “Bravely Default: Flying Fairy” has yet to be confirmed (hurry up Square Enix!), never mind any news about whether or not we’ll get the special edition (or any other special edition).