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Bravely Default will arrive in North America February 7, 2014, Nintendo announced today during the company’s latest Nintendo Direct presentation.

In addition to a standard edition, Square Enix will also release a Collector’s Edition in North America. The Collector’s Edition comes with the game itself (obviously), an art book, 34 Augmented Reality cards, and the game’s soundtrack.

Nintendo also shared a few new details about Bravely Default’s battle mechanics during this morning’s Nintendo Direct, in particular highlighting the player’s ability to pause time to gain the advantage in battle. This ability is performed by using sleep points, which build up while the 3DS is in sleep mode. The company also released a new “Adventure” trailer for the game (embedded below).

Bravely Default launches exclusively for Nintendo 3DS February 7, 2014 in North America, December 6, 2013 in Europe and Australia.

Bravely Default Arriving in North America February 7, 2014

By | 11/13/2013 02:26 PM PT

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Bravely Default will arrive in North America February 7, 2014, Nintendo announced today during the company’s latest Nintendo Direct presentation.

In addition to a standard edition, Square Enix will also release a Collector’s Edition in North America. The Collector’s Edition comes with the game itself (obviously), an art book, 34 Augmented Reality cards, and the game’s soundtrack.

Nintendo also shared a few new details about Bravely Default’s battle mechanics during this morning’s Nintendo Direct, in particular highlighting the player’s ability to pause time to gain the advantage in battle. This ability is performed by using sleep points, which build up while the 3DS is in sleep mode. The company also released a new “Adventure” trailer for the game (embedded below).

Bravely Default launches exclusively for Nintendo 3DS February 7, 2014 in North America, December 6, 2013 in Europe and Australia.

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