Summary: while this game is a little dark in nature, it is one of the last best games for the PS2 console. I'm still surprised that this game is still for sale after so many years and I didn't hesitate for a moment to buy it.
Summary: The Grim Grimoire was a very fun strategy game that reminded me a lot of a civilization game, nevertheless this game was still a very compelling strategy based game. The characters were interesting with great voiceovers adding more to the game's playability.
Summary: GrimGrimoire is a 2-D RTS (real-time strategy) by Vanillaware (Odin Sphere, Princess Crown) and Nippon Ichi (Atelier Iris, Disgaea). With such developers, it's hard to go wrong, and GrimGrimoire certainly delivers. Visual/Graphics Let's start with what grabs you first: the visuals.
Summary: I bought this game for the sole reason that is was like another game I had already. I was incredibly disappointed with this game. I implore you to not buy this game. I, as I said, was very disappointed. This game is a strategy game where you command your troops to attack the enemies.
Summary: I bought this on a whim it had several good reviews and looked interesting. I was so immersed in it I finished in a week at our twenty hours playtime. The artwork is sublime the story is excellent and if you probably never wanted to do it but building an army of fairies, ghosts, imps, dragons, blobs...
Summary: if you love hd sprite art, this is boardline porn! just beautifully rendered- the game play is basically you being patiant to build your resources and defences before attempting to go on the attack- taking down enemy spawn stations before they overwhelm you.
Summary: I honestly don't know why this game received such high acclimation. It took me just over 10 hours to beat (not including the extra battles) and the whole game is cutscene-battle-cutscene-battle. The plot was an interesting premise, but it fell short...literally.
Summary: Would recommend to Vanillaware fans, or folks looking for a relatively obscure fantasy RTS about magic. The majority of the game has aged fairly well, controls somewhat intuitively and features a memorable cast of well-designed and written characters.