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Midnight Movie Update

Movies have been piling up here at RPGFan so I've made time at this early hour to bring them to you.

First, to complement our 96 Dragon Quest VII screen shots, we have a brand new gameplay movie showing towns, castles, dungeons, and even a battle. The movie is topped off with Japanese narration and some familiar Dragon Quest series music. The most notable part about the movie is that the polygons in the towns look detailed yet they remain crisp and clean when the camera rotates. Also, the enemy sprite animation looks really well done. This movie was obtained from E-Gamesclub, but we have it for you here.

Next, we have the Rhapsody trailer, which shows the first U.S. footage from Atlus' musical RPG. The movie begins with some of the game's beginning scenes with a previously unreleased Cornet vocal in the background. The movie continues its happy tone until Marjoly takes center stage with her "Evil Queen" song while battle scenes are shown. If you want to get a feel for what Rhapsody is like, this movie seems to cover it all. View it here!

Finally, we have the introduction movie to Little Princess: Marl Oukoku no Ningyouhime 2, which is the sequel to Rhapsody. You'll immediately be able to tell that this game looks very similar to the original, which is a very good reason to download the movie here.

Date Updated:
March 24th, 2000

Time Updated:
12:56 AM


Stahn Mahn


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