In addition to a confusing title and a sleek bit of box art, Square Enix has announced that its upcoming roleplaying game Bravely Default Flying Fairy will include a town-building minigame.
Kairosoft can let out a sigh of relief – it's not a true spin-off city-building minigame, but rather a feature of Street Pass that will allow players to repopulate a ruined city in the game as they accumulate more street passes.
Each time a player completes a Street Pass with another 3DS owner (who is also playing Bravely Default Flying Fairy), they will add a new resident to the destroyed town of Norende Village. Each new resident added will help the village on its path to recovery.
We can rebuild it
In addition to the new Street Pass feature, Nintendo confirmed that Bravely Default Flying Fairy would not be playable at the upcoming Tokyo Game Show.
It will, however, release a new playable demo version of the game soon. This upcoming downloadable demo will be the fifth such version released since the game's development began.
There is still no word on when or if Square Enix plans to release Bravely Default Flying Fairy in the west, but the game has a release date of October 11th for Japan.