Starting today, downloadable content for Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King will be available in Japan. The first wave includes buildings that let players recruit the other races. Each one costs 300 Wii Points ($3) individually, but you can save 100 Wii Points by purchasing a tribal house pack. Other items include new clothes for Leo and Chime plus helpful buildings like a Sacred Shrine for 200 Wii Points ($2).
Here is a roughly translated list from Impress Watch. The denominations in parentheses indicate the price in Wii Points.
Three tribal house pack – A bundle, which contains three houses below (800)
Lilitie’s House – allows recruitment for stout Lilitie warriors (300)
Selkie’s House – allows recruitment of stealthy Selkie thieves (300)
Yuke’s House – allows recruitment of mystic Yuke mages (black/white) (300)
The King’s new clothes – grants the little king new outfits, which can be selected at the castle (100)
Dress up Chime – grants Chancellor Chime new outfits, which can be selected at the castle (100)
Sacred Shrine – allows construction of a sacred shrine where adventurers can get a temporary boost (200)
Extravagant House – a place where many citizens can congregate (100)
This isn’t the end of extra content for Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King. In the future Square Enix plans to release a dungeon called the infinite tower and a library. Prices for these items have not been announced.
Up to this point, all of the content in Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King adds up to 2800 Wii Points ($28). This number includes the 100 Wii Point discount from the three tribal house pack. Remember, this pricing system is only for Japan. As of now Square Enix USA has not outlined plans for the North American release, which is expected to come in May.