My Life as a King is a country/city building simulator in which the player will create a kingdom from the ground up. By using the crystals' power you must build a castle and surrounding town (along with a variety of different shops). Players can expand their kingdom by collecting taxes and hiring adventurers to go on quests.
The story will take place after the events of Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles, in a remote area of the peaceful world the Crystal Caravans created. The king lost this realm he was reigning because of the Miasma and now tries to revive the country through a mysterious power called "Architecture" that he received from the crystal
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King will be available in Europe on May the 20th. The game will only be available through the Nintendo Wii online service, WiiWare, and it will cost 1,500 Wii points (about 10 Euro). The game was released in North America on Monday and it has been getting positive reviews.
Square Enix has released the seventh chapter of their Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King trailers series. This time the kingdom faces a serious new threat; the Dark Lord. Check it out here: Episode 7: The Dark Lord
Square Enix has released the third trailer of their upcoming Wii Ware title, Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Little King and the Promised Land. This trailer gives us a look at the city building aspect of the game. Square Enix has registered 'My Life As A King' in the US Patent Office so this will probably be the English name...