Excerpt: The Grandia series deserves to be popular, if only on the strength of its combat system. It is indisputably one of the most challenging, stylish, and downright fun combat engines to ever be found in a JRPG, and it should be more influential than it is.
Conclusion: Despite Grandia’s many triumphs, I have no doubt that a certain percentage of RPG fans will hate it for its completely linear nature. They’ll certainly have a point; Grandia III offers almost all no way for players to make the quest their own.
Excerpt: Ah, the Grandia series. Where games such as Final Fantasy and Xenosaga focus their plots on brooding, serious adventures, the Grandia series has always prided itself on being a tad more whimsical and light hearted.
Excerpt: The Grandia series has had its ups and downs, with some solid installments, some lackluster ports, and an interesting dungeon crawler spin-off back in 2002. After four years with no new installments, it was surprising to see Grandia III obtain such a high-profile stateside release, but one has to...
Excerpt: The Grandia series has become a popular one among RPG fans, largely due to its unforgettable characters, adventurous storylines, and most of all, exciting battle system. With Grandia 3 headed our way shortly, gamers can look forward to more of the same.
Conclusion: Grandia III is a game that starts out strong in nearly every aspect. Pretty visuals, fun characters, and an innovative battle system. Despite how the characters and storyline may become less interesting as the game goes on, If you can continue to appreciate this game for what it continues to do...
Excerpt: Grandia III is actually the fourth installment of the series (when counting Grandia Xtreme ), and it manages to bring a few changes to the table while still remaining true to the series as a whole.
Excerpt: I want to fly like an eagle To the sea Fly like an eagle Let my spirit carry me Yuki is fighting for his life in the middle of a fierce tempest. Whirlwinds bellow on every side. Lightening crackles all around him, threatening to ignite his plane with a single wayward streak.
Excerpt: I’ll be the first to admit that I like Game Arts as a company more than a lot of others. Why shouldn’t I? They’ve made three of my favorite RPG’s of all time (Lunar Silver Star, Lunar Eternal Blue, and Lunar Advance), and several others that I highly enjoyed (Grandia 2, Silpheed, Vay, etc.).