Rhapsody: A Musical Adventure(マール王国の人形姫 Māru-ōkoku no Ningyō-hime, The Puppet Princess of Marl Kingdom)


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Release Dates (DS, PS1)Japanese: August 6th, 2008English: September 23rd, 2008
"This story is set in the Marl Kingdom, and stars a young girl named Cornet, who possesses the ability to talk to puppets and dolls. She has a big-time crush on Prince Ferdinand, who rescued her from an evil Cat Girl.
However, just as she nearly succeeds in winning the prince’s heart, the witch Marjoly attacks the castle and turns the prince to stone, and then kidnaps him.
Determined to win her beloved Prince Ferdinand back, Cornet sets out on a magical and musical adventure all over Marl Kingdom with her Fairy Companion Kururu and an assortment of other puppets.” (Source)This game was originally released for the PS1 in 2000 (1998 in Japan), and was updated and re-released for the DS in 2008. It has quite a cult following; one of its’ Japanese-only sequels for the PS1 is currently being fan-translated.Buy the Playstation or the DS version here from Amazon.com!

Rhapsody: A Musical Adventure
(マール王国の人形姫 Māru-ōkoku no Ningyō-hime, The Puppet Princess of Marl Kingdom)

Release Dates (DS, PS1)
Japanese: August 6th, 2008
English: September 23rd, 2008

"This story is set in the Marl Kingdom, and stars a young girl named Cornet, who possesses the ability to talk to puppets and dolls. She has a big-time crush on Prince Ferdinand, who rescued her from an evil Cat Girl.

However, just as she nearly succeeds in winning the prince’s heart, the witch Marjoly attacks the castle and turns the prince to stone, and then kidnaps him.

Determined to win her beloved Prince Ferdinand back, Cornet sets out on a magical and musical adventure all over Marl Kingdom with her Fairy Companion Kururu and an assortment of other puppets.” (Source)

This game was originally released for the PS1 in 2000 (1998 in Japan), and was updated and re-released for the DS in 2008. It has quite a cult following; one of its’ Japanese-only sequels for the PS1 is currently being fan-translated.

Buy the Playstation or the DS version here from Amazon.com!

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  4. ulsindhe said: I played this one in my old, dead PS1! Ohohoho, memories.
  5. kurouge reblogged this from englishotomegames and added:
    OMG this game The PS version is the better one because of the corny songs Never beat it though. I messed up the...
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  7. magicalsakura reblogged this from englishotomegames and added:
    I’d recommend the PlayStation Version cause of the Corny English dubbed songs :3
  8. margarthegreat reblogged this from englishotomegames and added:
    I own, and have nearly beaten, this game. C: It’s wonderful. I really should finish it.
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