Summary: While this game is not as long as the first Grandia game, it still a fun game. This game has more challenging bosses compared to the first. I like the characters and the story is good as well. The only thing I hate is that outside of the text boxes, the characters have no mouths.
Summary: The disc was scratched quite a bit on the bottom, but the game worked fine and it is a wonderful game that has holds many great memories for me. This is an awesome game and it came with both the case and manual.
Excerpt: In its short life the Dreamcast was granted but a few titles RPGamers could take pride in. Skies of Arcadia is most assuredly one of them, but with its superior Gamecube iteration there is not much reason to play the original incarnation. The only other ‘big’ title to receive an English localization is Grandia II, which is reputedly dogged by nasty rushed port issues in its later PS2 incarnation.
Summary: I had gotten Grandia II for the ps2 back when it came out. It was a great game then, but my copy is pretty beat so I decided to buy one for my dreamcast. Although I haven't finished it yet, I still haven't seen any differences in the actual gameplay, but I did receive a soundtrack disc. This is a good game to buy, but might be better to purchase on the ps2 because you will find more copies at a cheaper price, if you don't want the soundtrack disc.
Summary: for anyone that likes rpg games they will love this game.it is a very easy game to play wityh lots of adventure at every turn and hours of gameplay.i have played all the games in this series and this one and the third one are by far the best games i have played yet
Summary: After playing the first one this was a definate improvement. Graphics are much better and story is still very good. Battles are bascially the same where the charactors move around the screen and you can combine magic with weapons for a more powerfull attack combo. I liked this game and hope they make another one. Fin to play as well... not boring and keeps you invloved.
Summary: Grandia II is great for middle aged role-players the graphics are very good but when out side of a battle its not that hard to get lost in the level or figure out where to go this game was great but not final fantasy great if you want a beter game i suggest Final Fantasy X
Summary: The game has a story that gets you interested and the game keeps you playing, even though there are alot of problems. First the voice acting isnt up to par. The voice of Roan is annoying, as well as Elena's. There are many slow downs when enter towns that makes you dread when your characters talk to each other when they enter because the words go by so slow.