The base pack containing chapters with Cecil, Ceodore (his son), and Kain costs 800 Wii Points ($8). Rydia’s Tale is an extra 300 Wii Points ($3). Square Enix will release additional tales over the coming months, which is similar to how they handled the mobile phone version in Japan.
There are a total of eight Final Fantasy IV: The After Years tales plus the base pack. If all the tales are priced the same the complete game will go for 3,200 Wii Points ($32).