Rhapsody: A Musical Adventure, the only Marl Kingdom video game to be released in the USA, has been released on the Sony Playstation 1 for the first time, and also was remade for the Nintendo DS. Also, there could be another remake, this time for the Sony Playstation 3, with voice acting along with the musical numbers, because of voices being heard in the musical numbers only on the Sony Playstation 1 and Nintendo DS version.
Possible Voices for What they Sound Like for the PS3 Version
- Cornet Espoire - The same voice she has while singing in the PS1 version
- Kururu - The same voice she has while singing in the PS1 version
- Etolie Rosenqueen - The same voice she has while singing in the PS1 version
- Prince Ferdinand Marl - The same voice he has while singing in the PS1 version
- Marjoly - Madame Medusa from the 1977 Disney film The Rescuers
- Crowdia - Gwen from the Total Drama series of TV series from Canada
- Gao - The same voice she has while singing in the PS1 version
- Myao - The same voice she has while singing in the PS1 version
- The Three Nyankos That Myao Has with Her and All of the Other Nyankos from the Marjoly Family - Philo and Gunge from the live-action version of the Jim Henson TV series Fraggle Rock
- Mr. Burg - Stromboli from the 1940 Disney film Pinocchio
- Cornet's Grandfather - A cartoon-sounding old man's voice
- Polansky - An anime english dub old man elder's voice
- Sharte - A kind adult woman's voice
- Terra - A voice similar to Sharte's
- Billy - An anime english dub kind boy's voice
- Tell - Goro from the anime english dub version of Angel Tales
- Kid - The surfer dude vulture's voice from the TV Series Krypto the Super Dog
- L-Kun - Big the Cat's voice from the Sega Dreamcast video game Sonic Adventure
- Because of being the only Marl Kingdom video game being released in the USA, this has been made again for the Nintendo DS. The other Marl Kingdom games that have never been released in the USA are Little Princess: Marl Ōkoku no Ningyō Hime 2 and Tenshi no Present: Marl Ōkoku Monogatari.
- The Nyankos mostly end every sentence with "nya" in the Japanese versions and with "meow" in the English versions, along with Mr. Burg ending every sentence with "bang" in the Japanese versions and not doing it in the English versions.