VG: "It's hard to know where to begin with Rhapsody: A Musical Adventure, the DS remake of the 10-year-old Nippon Ichi (Disgaea) PlayStation JRPG. On the face of it it's yet another obscure and bizarre Japanese role-playing game that you can't believe someone somewhere thought ripe for a Western release. The game's quite obviously aimed at Japanese girls, with super cute graphics and a 16-year-old female lead character who can control dolls like puppets. That there might be enough to send all you hardcore JRPG fans running for the hills (not before you've packed your copy of FFVII). But dig a little deeper and Rhapsody reveals itself to be a role-playing game with a great story and funny characters who toil with one or two surprisingly adult issues."