The release date coincides with Nintendo's previously announced launch date for its WiiWare downloadable game platform. Other studios currently developing software for the platform include Nintendo, Frontier Developments and Telltale Games.
The simulation RPG hybrid—which tasks players to excel at both city-building and traditional quests—was previously slated for a March release window in Japan. Square Enix was reached for confirmation of the price and release date, but has not responded as of this writing.
Maybe it's just me but I see far more enix and dragon quest in these shots than I do Final Fantasy.
It has the "Crystal Chronicles" style the gamecube games has and the same same for the other Wii and DS Crystal Chronicles game.