Small king to wield architectural powers in Wii title
|New details regarding Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Small King and the Promised Country have arisen in the pages of Weekly Famitsu's latest issue. The game, which takes place after the events of its GameCube forefather, Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles, will call for players to assume the role of a young clavat king named of Leo, who must rebuild his kingdom using "The Architect," a special power bestowed upon him by the crystals.|
Utilizing "The Architect," however, requires elemental skills obtainable only from within hazardous dungeons. As a result, players will assign warriors and mages the task of exploring areas in Leo's place. Each character will begin its journey as a warrior, although players can later unlock and subsequently choose from additional classes. Also, the characteristics of villages and towns will vary depending on the kinds of structures built in them.
As previously reported, Nintendo revealed during its annual Fall Conference in Japan last week that Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Small King and the Promised Country would be among the first titles to be released for WiiWare: a virtual catalog of downloadable trinkets available exclusively to Wii owners via the Wii Shop Channel. The title is scheduled to be released in Japan on March of next year and will be available for 1500 Wii Points, or $15. There has, thus far, been no word of a North American release.
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