The Final Fantasy name used to mean something. Once one of the biggest franchises in gaming, the series has been let down by a number of forgettable releases, some truly dismal mobile spin-offs, and more ports than I can count. A new Final Fantasy game just isn't a big deal anymore, and it's been that way for some time. But tomorrow Square Enix will release a new 3DS game that brings back that classic FF feeling fans have been clamoring for — except this time it has a new name.

Bravely Default is a classic Final Fantasy game without all of the baggage attached to the franchise. Making its debut in 1987, Final Fantasy has spawned more than a dozen games, each of which features a completely new story and cast of characters, as well as new tweaks to how the game mechanics work. But over time the games grew increasingly complex, moving away from the original spirit of the series.