US release date: Jul 20th, 2009 | EU release date: Jul 17th, 2009
Price: 1000 points
Introducing a new hero - or should that be villainess? The daughter of the Darklord! Set fiendish traps for any adventurer foolish enough to cross you, then send in your monstrous minions to finish the job!
FINAL FANTASY CRYSTAL CHRONICLES: My Life as a Darklord puts you in the highly fashionable shoes of the Darklord's daughter, a malevolent little Miss, charged with dispatching intruding do-gooders by strategically placing traps and monsters around the tower she calls home.
It's a real time strategy game with a devilish twist!
You'll need to get your hands on ever more diabolical traps and abominable monsters if you're going to stop those pesky adventurers from making it to the Dark Crystal at the top of your tower. Be warned, though - with heroes of all the races and job classes from the FINAL FANTASY CRYSTAL CHRONICLES series storming your lair in real time, your traps and minions will count for nothing unless you deploy them like a true evil genius. Anything less, and your beloved home will be reduced to rubble before you know it!
Stop protecting the world as a goody-two-shoes king and start conquering it as a bad-to-the-bone Darklord! Sure, there are legions of annoying adventurers determined to stop you, but as any self-respecting arch-villain would agree, swatting them is the best bit!
For more information, please visit the official website at http://www.MyLifeasaDarklord.com.
Its forerunner Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King went down well with fans and critics, but in this spiritual sequel we get something entirely different. The game opens with a narrative about Craydall the darklord and how he sacrifices himself for the good of...read full review
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