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Downloadable dungeons sold in Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King

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The first set of downloadable content for Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King was just the beginning. More pay to play content is now available and round two contains a bundle of new dungeons to explore. The Dungeon Assortment package adds new dungeons in eleven areas to complete. Beating each one allows you to further enhance your kingdom and maxing out on the number of structures gives players items. This content sounds like it’s specifically a post game challenge. Other items include summer looks for Chime and Leo and a library which unlocks race specific abilities.

 

Here is a roughly translated list:

 

Dungeon Tsumeawase (Dungeon Assortment) – A package containing 11 dungeons to explore. Each completed dungeon grants additional construction options within the kingdom. (300 Wii Points / $3)

 

Coming in the future:

Ousama no Yancha Fuku (King's Mischievous Clothes) – A sporty look for the young king. (100 Wii Points / $1)

Chime no Dokkiri Bikini (Chime’s Shocking Bikini) – A charming, resort-style look for Chancellor Chime. (100 Wii Points / $1)

Toshokan (Library) – A building, which teaches the secret abilities of the tribes. A new dungeon is also part of the package. (200 Wii Points / $2)

Oshiro Reform (Castle Reform) – You can change names of adventurers and explore the Temporary Kakou Dungeon (Temporary Estuary Dungeon). (100 Wii Points / $1)

Mugen no Tou (Infinite Tower) – A spiraling tower piercing the sky in the southeast appears containing tough battles and secret treasure. (300 Wii Points / $3)

 

If you purchase all of the content (i.e. including the previous items) thus far the total cost for Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King will be 3900 Wii Points ($39). These prices are only applicable to the Japanese release of Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King. Square Enix has not announced a pricing plan for North America at this time.

 

Images courtesy of Square Enix.

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