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Original Air Date: May 22nd, 2009
Megami Paradise (女神天国 or Megami Tengoku) is a Japanese game I bought off of eBay two years back for $6.99 for the PC Engine (Super CD). As I was checking for information, I was a little surprised by the lack of info on the game. All I found was some mid-range quality cover scans, the two animes made after this game on VHS, and little to no real screenshots. In fact, I couldn't even find an iso of it on the net for download, only it's PC-FX sequel (though one might exist), which puzzled me even more in this silly thing we call life these days.
So since I haven't seen anyone else with videos for this, I felt I should put some up. The game deals with a young goddess (in training...sort of) named Ling-Ling (Rin-Rin) who is as clueless as she is smokin hot...in case you don't know, she's an idiot (a lot of the time). One day, four mysterious orbs land in Ling-Ling's magical world...the orbs are meant to maintain balance, but Ling-Ling thinks otherwise. She plays with them instead and ends up losing all of them! If they fall into the wrong hands, evil will fill the world...and their is a dark group of goddesses who seek them for themselves. More explained in gameplay.
The game features talented seiyuu, but one of particular note is Kikuko Inoue (井上 喜久子) who has voiced many popular characters in anime and video games (Black/Matrix, Ah! My Goddess, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, and even Evil Zone's Ihadurca, among many other things). Ling-Ling's voice is done by Kotono Mitsuishi (三石琴乃), who is another famous seiyuu who has done voices for Usagi of Sailor Moon as well as Arle Nadja from various Puyo games. This is the opening movie and introduction, converted with Movie Maker and in HD at 30fps. Game has a decent opening song...better than the anime IMO. Enjoy.
Basic Format: Super CD-Rom² (Super CD-Rom2)
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The following is a collection of videos featuring the game Megami Paradise.