Several years ago, a company called Nippon Ichi Soft decided to deliver a game called Rhapsody to North American shores. While the company would later be responsible for such successful titles as Disgaea: Hour of Darkness, Rhapsody was not met with much fanfare. In fact, the PlayStation game was regarded by many to be glitchy, lazily built, and not all that much fun. An important question arises: Has anything changed after almost a decade of time with the DS remake of Rhapsody: A Musical Adventure?
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Rhapsody: A Musical Adventure was something of a like it or hate it tactical RPG for the PlayStation. It had its share of flaws, but it was also a bit of a cult classic. The game followed the story of an adventurous girl, Cornet, who has the ability to communicate and fight alongside puppets and goes on a musical adventure that, as the title implies, involves a good deal of singing. Instead of simply porting the game over, Rhapsody: A Musical Adventure DS makes some rather substantial tweaks in order to make the game more accessible. Continue reading ‘Rhapsody: A Musical Adventure DS – Staff Review’ »
PAL gamers itching for some Nippon Ichi goodness can get their fill in a few months’ time. It was announced today that PAL territories will be getting Rhapsody: A Musical Adventure for the Nintendo DS and Disgaea DS in spring of 2009.
Atlus has certainly been keeping busy of late and doesn’t look to be slowing down anytime soon. Atlus U.S.A. announced today that they’ll be the North American distributor for three upcoming NIS titles: Disgaea 3: Absence of Justice for PlayStation 3, and, both for the Nintendo DS, Disgaea DS and Rhapsody: A Musical Adventure.
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