It probably wont be much surprise to anyone that Square Enix's beautiful looking 3DS RPG Bravely Default: Flying Fairy is pretty popular in Japan. Since releasing last October in Japan, the game has now shipped over 300,000 copies to the RPG hungry masses. The game's producer Tomoyo Asano has previously stated that he was inspired by early Final Fantasy titles when making the game. The subtitle "Flying Fairy" is a play on the letters "FF" for "Final Fantasy".
Though no western release has been announced just yet, and there has been little information about the game since it's release, Asano recently teased an upcoming announcement in an interview with 4Gamer.
"The official [Bravely Default] Twitter account has been in a silent state lately, partly because the consumer camp has been all out of information. However, from this year to about next year, I’m thinking there are a lot of things that I want to prepare for everyone to look forward to, so please continue to follow the Twitter account. I want to share information with everyone as soon as developments start again, so thank you in advance."
Whether this is indication of an upcoming western release, or the more likely scenario that a sequel announcement is imminent, is unknown. We'll keep an eye out for any signs for the game coming west. In the mean time, check out how to look up the main character's skirt using a special AR card.