Paul A. Wunderlich "Tread softly, because you..., Amazon
8 November 2012
Summary: I was fascinated by this game. The story-line is beautiful and the game-play is highly addictive. There are few turned-based games that are awesome to play--this is one of them. The soundtrack is also amazing. If you haven't heard this game's music, you should give it a shot.
Such a great storyline and interesting characters!!
Law Chan "lawchan", Amazon
15 October 2012
Summary: I love the voice acting: it adds personality and playfullness to every character and really sets the tone of the game Graphics: I love the battle system. You could tell they really focused on all of the animations from the magic to the fight sequences. I still play my ps2 to this day and still love the blockiness of the characters! Gameplay: So much fun! Fighting exploring! Using magic from different types of eggs as well as individual character skills.
Summary: A friend let me borrow this game, and i have to say i was pleased. The main character, Ryudo, is everything an optomistic, happy-go-lucky protagionist isnt. He is cynical, pessimistic, and downright crude sometimes, but hilarious! Elena is rather whiney in my opinion but Mellinnia makes up for that. The battle system is fun to use, and easy to master. It doesn't have any replay appeal to me, as there aren't multiple endings. All in all it is a good game.
Summary: one of the most overlooked games on the PS2 in the RPG Genre. Very Fun Game. the only downfall of this game is the music can get a little annoying as it gets very loud and there is certain songs that are annoying. Other then that this game is great one of the best RPG's around.
Summary: This game lacks any orginal content or concepts. Almost every idea is a rehash from some earlier game and many aren't even implemented that well. If you have played any role-playing games before this one, you will see every plot twist before it happens. The combat system during battle feels clunky and the lack of character depth makes the story forgetable at best. I feel that this is honestly one of the few games that I never wish I took the time to beat.
Summary: I had a sort of mini "depression" back in 2002. During this time I was without a job- had a Sega Dreamcast and bought Grandia. I played EVERY DAY about 16 hrs a day. I have never and am not an avid gamer. The story pulled me in, I felt like I was there with Ryudo and his cast. The game was amazing. Needless to say, the game is gone and the dreamcast is dead. I have been searching so long, and I finally started to get back into gaming.
Summary: Grandia II was my first Grandia title, and I didn't get to the first or third until years later. But when I did get the chance to own sand sample each of the other two, I found them highly enjoyable experiences as well. They also have the same pattern that the Lunar games did (the first two, anyway); The sense of adventure that comes with the main character and general game.