Extra content in My Life as a King explained

By Spencer . March 25, 2008 . 4:39am

ffccrace.jpgWe know Namco Bandai is selling extra boards in Mojipittan Wii, but what is Square Enix charging for with the Nintendo Wi-Fi Yuuryou Service in Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King?

 

Answer: the other races. If you want to recruit Yukes, Lilties or Selkies you have to pony up extra dough to construct a building for them. No wonder we’ve seen mostly Clavats adventurers so far! I just imagined the Leo was King of a Clavat country.

 

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Additional costumes will be available for Leo and Chancellor Chime too like this pirate set. Square Enix has not announced final pricing for each item, but downloadable content falls between 100 – 300 Wii Points ($1 – $3) a piece. I imagine costumes will take the lower end of the sliding scale ringing in at 100 Wii Points a piece. Buildings to recruit extra races will obviously cost more. Hopefully not 300 Wii Points per race.


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