Announced during Nintendo's Tokyo Game Show week press conference, two new RPGs are coming to Japan next year. The first is a new Square Enix title called Bravely Default: Flying Fairy.
Aside from the name -- the same one that Square Enix registered a trademark
for earlier this year -- we know that Square Enix designer Akihiko Yoshida (of Final Fantasy Tactics
and a few other quality titles
) is doing the character designs.
There's also a new Fire Emblem
game planned for next year. No title for that one, but we're told it will be an original game, and have two-player co-op play. The one drawback? It's not called "Bravely Default: Flying Fairy