Is Bravely Default appropriate for a 6 year old?

#1Heartless18Posted 2/9/2014 4:14:10 PM
I don't know much about it, other than that it involves fairies and some kind of animal creatures. I grew up on RPG's and my daughter is turning 6 soon, so I'd like to get her hooked like I was. She loves Disney Princesses and animals of all kind, but I'm not sure if the game might be too intimidating for her.

I'd much rather get her BD instead of Petz or some ****ty shovelware game.
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#2TriangularTwigPosted 2/9/2014 4:15:20 PM
probably not, i doubt many 6 year olds would like this game
#3Zechs23Posted 2/9/2014 4:16:39 PM
Get her Nintendogs or something.
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#4toadiemanPosted 2/9/2014 4:17:10 PM
Go with pokemon.
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#5Galeforce99Posted 2/9/2014 4:17:25 PM
It might be a bit too complex. Of course, if they have a higher than average intelligence, they could maybe handle it.
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#6irulethegalaxyPosted 2/9/2014 4:19:41 PM
Awful lot of reading for someone who is 6; some of the humor is a bit on the risque side. I'd say you might be better off with Pokemon for a youngster.

Get Bravely Default for YOU though :).
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#7TalesOfGodPosted 2/9/2014 4:26:15 PM
irulethegalaxy posted...
Awful lot of reading for someone who is 6; some of the humor is a bit on the risque side. I'd say you might be better off with Pokemon for a youngster.

Get Bravely Default for YOU though :).


This.

Anyways, Mario Kart or a colourful Nintendo game is a better.

Also, if a 6 year old is using your handheld then remember to use parental controls to turn off 3D, internet, etc.
#8_____CaitPosted 2/9/2014 4:28:22 PM
Yeah the game is probably too hard for a kid to understand.

Pokemon would be good. Maybe animal crossing too.
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#9bravo1Posted 2/9/2014 4:37:42 PM
Some of the humor, as others have said, can be a tad risqué. Notably, most things out of Ringbel's mouth. The sentence structure can be a little on the archaic, formal side, which may be a bit difficult to understand. The game does ease you into the battle mechanics, but it is a lot of reading.

That said, the cute designs and storybook artwork may be enough to keep her interested. Also, the game is high customizable. If she's having a tough time you can lower the encounter rate, and set the difficulty to easy. A lot of the material is voiced, but the optional skits are text only.
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#10ToadWarriorPosted 2/9/2014 4:49:10 PM
Yes if your kid is smart for her age, there's abit of raciness and you do kill people but it's not like graphic or anything. You should play it with her!