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Rhapsody: Marl Kingdom Chronicles Release Date Set

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Rhapsody: Marl Kingdom Chronicles

NIS America Shared a new Rhapsody: Marl Kingdom Chronicles trailer announcing its official release date. The game will first release on August 19, 2023 for people in North America. About two weeks later, it will appear in Europe on September 1, 2022. Finally, people in Australia and New Zealand will see it on September 8, 2023, according to the game’s official site.

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This marks the first time both Rhapsody II: The Ballad of the Little Princess and Rhapsody III: Memories of Marl Kingdom are being officially localized for Western audiences since their original releases in Japan on November 1999 and December 2000 respectively.

Check the latest trailer for Rhapsody: Marl Kingdom Chronicles confirming the release date below.

The trailer showcases the series’ second title, Rhapsody II: The Ballad of the Little Princess. This game follows the story of Kururu, princess of the Marl Kingdom, on her quest to find her true love while avoiding many evil schemes and obstacles. Unlike the first game, combat takes a more traditional turn-based style, leaving behind the tactical RPG system.

The collection does not include the first game of the series, but players can already find it on Steam or as part of the NIS Classics Volume 3: La Pucelle: Ragnarok / Rhapsody: A Musical Adventure on Switch.

Rhapsody: Marl Kingdom Chronicles will be available for the PS5, Nintendo Switch, and Windows PC via Steam in North America on August 19, 2023, Europe on September 1, 2023, and Australia on September 8, 2023. Rhapsody II and Rhapsody III will be sold separately on PC. A limited edition for the Rhapsody: Marl Kingdom Chronicles collection was previously announced as well.

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