According to this, Square’s Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King will be a WiiWare launch title in the US, releasing on May 12 for 1500 Wii Points. We’re not sure on a European release for this, and we’re still in the dark as to a release date for WiiWare over here.
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Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life As A King
Straight from Nintendo’s GDC keynote, the company just announced that a WiiWare version of Final Fantasy IV’s cell phone-based sequel, The After Years, as well as a sequel to Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King, are on the way. Get the full liveblog of the speech here.
In an interview with 1UP, Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King director Kenichiro Yuji has said that the company has “no plans” for future downloadable content for the WiiWare game. “All DLC has been available since May 30,” said Yuji when asked how long the team would continue support for the strategy […]