Bravely Default Is Killing It In Japan. Hey Square Enix, Time To Bring It Here

People in Japan like Bravely Default. They really like Bravely Default. According to new numbers from Japanese sales tracker Media Create, Square Enix’s latest RPG moved 141,529 copies during its first week on the marketplace. There’s even talk of a sequel.

As Siliconera points out, Bravely Default beat out its spiritual predecessor, Final Fantasy: Four Heroes of Light — a particularly impressive feat considering that Bravely Default is not called Final Fantasy.

Still no word on the game’s fate here in Australia, though, no matter how many times I email the folks at Square Enix to bug them for news. Are you listening, Square? People are buying this game. We want to get our grubby, English-speaking hands on it. We’re ready for a localisation announcement. Any time now. Annnyyyyy time now.

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