We've seen both the "A version" and "B Version" of Sega's Shining Ark opening, so now it's time to take a long, hard look at the RPG's gameplay. 4Gamer has 10 minutes of just that for us to digest, showing off everything from event scenes to combat. Check it out after the jump.
Sega has posted a "B Version" of the opening anime for RPG Shining Ark, featuring different characters and different lyrics to singer/voice actress Nana Mizuki's "Melodia Miracle." Mizuki also voices antagonist Viola, and if you bought her Rockbound Neighbors back in December, you can get her DLC character Seraphim. Get a look after the jump.
Nana Mizuki, the singer/voice actress who currently holds the rank of anime talent with the most top 10 singles, lent her voice to PSP RPG Shining Ark's "Angel Hunter" antagonist Viola, and to the game's theme, "Melodia Miracle." That theme is included on Mizuki's new album "Rockbound Neighbors," and fans who buy the CD will be treated to a special DLC character. More after the jump.
Sega's "Adventure and fantasy life RPG"—deemed so because players can tackle the game's quest, or just hang out and bake bread and water vegetables—hits PSP in Japan on February 28, 2013. When it drops it looks like it'll do so with multiple animated openings, and you can watch the "A Version" after the jump.