Mathias Dosch "Mathias Nicholas "Ruckus" Dosch", Amazon
11 October 2008
Summary: This game is an awesome game. I knew that ten years ago when I bought it for the Dreamcast brand new. Now on the Dreamcast, it was amazing. It had flashy lights and awesome sound. In the PS2 version...not so much. I noticed that a lot of the spell detail seems to lack..
Summary: Grandia 2 is a fun game! I really did enjoy playing it. There are a few flaws that keep it from a perfect score; however, it is still an excellent and enjoyable experience overall. Let's begin the review!
Christopher Pisarczyk "Respect is earned, not..., Amazon
19 January 2008
Summary: From what I've experienced in this game, it is rather a great game despite the slightly aging graphics. What holds you on for more is the actual storyline which can give you a good 30-35 hours of gameplay.
Summary: This game was pretty amusing. Had some funny moments, good costumes, generic characters you've come to fall in love with (Millenia and Elana or basically Tenchi's Ryoko and Ayeka). Enjoyed the scenery, don't recall the gameplay too strongly, but that didn't stop me from beating it.
Summary: I remember the first Grandia. It had SOO MUCH FUN and ADVENTURE!!! The characters could crawl inside the air ducks, fly in the sky to get to the evil skyship, runing on a railroad, escaping from the big explotion of the skyship, hiding in a boat, breaking a fast runing train so the bad guys couldn't...
Summary: More than just a few good Sonic games came from the Dreamcast. Grandia II, a compelling RPG by Game Arts is not only for the Dreamcast anymore, but also Playstation 2 and PC. The Playstation 2 version also includes all new, never seen before cinematics.
Summary: For the Dreamcast version, I'd go all out with five stars, but the PS2 version only gets four. The reason is the problems the PS2 has handling the graphics and load times on this intense game.
Summary: First of all, I think this is a great game, what with the characters being believable for the most part, and very decent music to boot. Grandia 2's characters' voice-acting is very good, better than I had expected when I had first played and bought the game (6 or more months ago).
Summary: I'm just gonna start by saying that I love this game. I've played through all of the Dreamcast version, and over half of the PS2 version. I know that the plot's pretty predictable to anyone who's ever picked up a fantasy book, but it's still fun.