Excerpt: Justin is a young boy who dreams one day of going on a grand adventure like his father, and loves to embark on pretend-quests in his hometown. One day, however, after a scavenger hunt, he decides to actually go on a lengthy quest, bringing along his friend Sue to try and find the End of the World,...
Excerpt: Plot: The usually type adventure plot, not all that orginal. But if you like RGP's the plot is good and keeps you interested. The characters are one dimensional. Gameplay: The best thing about this game is the battle setup. Its really enjoyable and fexible. It reminds me a little of secret of mana.
Pros: Great game, Great battle sytem
Cons: Graphics hurt my eyes and music was annoying
Excerpt: Grandia the dream of an adventurer *** History *** I always begin with my opinions with history, since I find that the play becomes interesting by history only. With this play it goes living around a boy (Justin) from the city Parm with its nut/mother (Lilly) together over its own restaurant.
Excerpt: I heard a lot about the successful game, Grandia, which started it's life back in Japan on the Sega Saturn. I heard how the story, graphics, music, gameplay and the battle system are all good. So in 2001, I purchased the game after it's release in 1997.
Pros: A unique storyling with a few funny lines . Great graphics
Excerpt: Aren’t nice surprises great? They certainly give Christmases and Birthdays a bit extra, that’s for sure. Anyway, birthdays and surprises link in neatly with my acquisition of PSOne R.P.G Grandia.
Pros: Fantastic storyline, astonishingly addictive, superb controls, great characters, beautiful design, excellent battle system
Cons: Visually dated, obviously won't suit those who hate role - playing games
Excerpt: If your anything like me Grandia is agreat game, still not as good as Final Fantasy but very close to it. If you like those older RPG type games where they put nothing into the graphics but have an amazing story line filling you with emotion then you must buy.
Excerpt: The involving and convoluted story in Grandia is everything an RPG plot should be and more besides. Many years before the human race claimed the world as their property, the peaceful Icarians ruled the world.
Pros: This game harks back to the classic RPGs of old . The story is therefore more important than the graphics .
Cons: Not the best looking game so some people may be put off before giving it a chance to shine .
Excerpt: I bought this game not hoping for much. I was pleasantly surprised... for a while. For the first 20 hours of the game I was captivated, it was really good. But then it just seemed to go downhill. It just became repetitive and monotonous (I found a village and was told to save it. So I did.
Pros: uhhh . . . fun for the first 20 hours, cheap (£20)
Cons: Monotonous, Unoriginal, so many damn dungeons, dungeon music will melt your mind ! , limited inventory slots, slowdown
Excerpt: An excellent RPG adventure game here, anyone who likes this genre should enjoy this game. The graphics are cartoony, but when the game play is this good, who cares? The plot is your typical little you and your collected band vs the bad guys, but the plot takes some nice twists, the characters are...
Pros: RPG and Adventure, always a good combination
Cons: Graphics are a little unusual and may take getting used to