Noriyuki Iwadare is the composer for the Lunar, Grandia series, and much more. Elmon Dean Todd gets an exclusive interview about his career, his works, and his recent projects.
Limited Run Games’ physical edition of the Grandia HD Collection will be available to order starting tomorrow. Orders will be open for a four-week period.
Limited Run Games held its annual LRG3 presentation today. The presentation featured announcements of upcoming physical releases, including a number of RPGs.
The remaster of the first Grandia game is now out on PC via Steam. Its release also heralds a rename for the PC version of the second game’s remaster for the purposes of consistency.
After gracing the Switch earlier this year, Grandia HD is awaiting a new PC version. Grandia II Anniversary Edition, already available on the platform, will be getting a more suitable name change.
The first two Grandia games are now available on Nintendo Switch. The digital bundle include enhanced graphics as well as multiple language options.
GungHo Online Entertainment has announced a Switch release date for the Grandia HD Collection, and it’s not far away at all. Owners of Nintendo’s hybrid console will get to play Grandia I and II in just over a week.
The JRPG legacy is synonymous with experimentation; even the most fondly-remembered titles, upon more frank inspection, reveal themselves as unique if not downright bizarre. How did this tradition begin, and where has it run off to?
Classic JRPGs Grandia I and II are making their way to the Switch in the form of HD remasters, with the first game joining its successor on PC. No official release date has been announced for either.
Grandia II’s Anniversary Edition provides those RPGamers who missed it before the chance to try out the Game Arts classic. One such RPGamer is here with his thoughts on the title.
It is a rare thing indeed, to find an RPG in which the combat is so addictive that it compels constant combat. Game Arts produced...
The journey of Alfina to fulfill her Communicator duties while Yuki flies around the world is not compelling in the slightest. Fortunately, it does not have to be, for killing the denizens of the world is constantly captivating, as this review demonstrates.
Remember when it was Xciting to be Xtreme? Read this Xhiliratingly Xpressive review, and reflect on the Xtinguishing of Grandia’s Xcellent Xtreme phase.
The latest incarnation of the Grandia series hits shelves in a few days. Come see if Grandia III is grand, grandiose, or a little bit o’ both.