Once again, Nintendo has answered fan requests with their announcement of an English language version of Bravely Default for the Nintendo 3DS. Hardcore RPG fans have been begging Square Enix to release the game outside of Japan but the situation was looking a bit bleak for a while until this mornings announcement that Nintendo would handle the games US release. The uniquely titled Bravely Default: Flying Fairy was released in Japan last year to much acclaim and is a spiritual successor to the 2010 Nintendo DS RPG, Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light. The game employs a job system similar to Final Fantasy V along with a traditional turn-based combat system featuring multi-hit combo moves. The title is set to hit US shores in 2014 with Nintendo handling the publishing duties for Square Enix which is becoming more common for their handheld RPG titles.