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Grandia II may just be the conventional role-playing game that Dreamcast owners have been waiting for. The question of whether or not it is too traditional does not matter, since it offers a better experience than most that have come before. --Porter B. Hall

Grandia II is famous for its great characters, mature storytelling, memorable music and fantastic battle system, and there is no better way to experience one of the most beloved console RPGs of the 32-bit age than this Christmas Edition!

15 years following the stunning Dreamcast debut of Ryudo and his epic adventure, Grandia II is back and better than ever! The traditional Japanese RPG returns with enhanced visuals, new difficulty level, and features both keyboard and gamepad support!

15 years after the stunning Dreamcast introduction of Ryudo and his epic adventure, Grandia II is back and better than ever! The Japanese RPG features both keyboard and gamepad support, and returns with visuals difficulty level!

Grandia II is the second game in the Grandia series; despite its numbering, it is not a sequel to the original Grandia story-wise. It focuses on a boy named Ryudo and his struggle against the evil god Valmar's revival. The theme of the sport, as in Grandia, is the greed of man. In August 2015, GungHo Online Entertainment released an HD remastered version of Grandia II exclusively for PC through Steam and GoG services under the name of 'Grandia II Anniversary Edition'.

If you're able to put up with the cutesy graphics, Grandia is one of the longest, most compelling, and most character-driven role-playing games you'll ever spin into your PlayStation. By the time we finished this quest, we cared about the characters of the game. .

See if this sounds familiar: You are from an outcast mercenary class that upstanding folk don't want around until there is trouble. You are sent on a mission with an innocent, idealistic woman with whom you do not immediately get along. Forces of darkness, safely contained until recently, have escaped and are threatening a world-ending clash with the forces of light, unless you successfully intercede. This is one of the safest templates for console role-playing games, as well as the story in Grandia II.

The main story line is standard role-playing fare. The powerful General Baal has plans to unleash something of a Pandora's box around the Earth, and you can guess whose job it is to stop him. Grandia provides a world packed with colorful characters who are fun to talk to, and the unconventional combat system lets players pick and choose their fights. The characters in your party develop, as do their magic abilities and weapons, meaning there is always some new achievement just around the corner that keeps players adventuring into the night. Role-playing lovers should be overjoyed that this conversion in the Sega Saturn classic was made, as it provides weeks of solid adventuring that never becomes a chore. --T. Byrl Baker

Grandia 2 is a 3D RPG, seen from a top notch perspective for the majority of the game and a 3rd person view during conflict. Controlling Ryudo, the player will explore various places, finding townspeople and objects inside an area to interact with. Towns and dungeons are exhibited in exactly the exact same manner, though dungeons are normally mazes full of monsters and towns tend to be friendly places filled with conversation and stores. Any critters present in these regions will be shown walking around. Walking over to and touching the monster in any way will activate a battle. If the monster notices the participant approaching it is regarded as a normal battle, if Ryudo is able to approach undetected the player's party will get the initiative in conflict, if any party member besides Ryudo is approached by the enemy then the party loses initiative.

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