Justin, a boy from the quiet village of Parm, seeks adventure on a far away continent, in a quest to uncover the mysteries of an ancient civilization. Travelling with his life-long friend ... See full summary »

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Angela Anderson ...
Feena / Lilly / Etc. (voice)
Blaney R. Aikman ...
Sue / Saki (voice)
Sharon Coleman ...
Liete / Milda (voice)
Nicole Weiss ...
Leen (voice)
Tim Bosley ...
Mullen (voice)
Scott Beers ...
General Baal / Guido (voice)
John W ...
Rapp (voice)
Anthony Garcia Jr. ...
Nicky / Boy (voice)
Christal Garcia ...
Mio (voice)
Maria Hernandez ...
Nana (voice) (as 'Mariah' Hernandez)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Junko Hagimori ...
Saki (voice)
Noriko Hidaka ...
Feena (voice)
Aya Hisakawa ...
Mio (voice)
Kikuko Inoue ...
Liete (voice)
Yoshiko Kamei ...
Guido (voice)
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Justin, a boy from the quiet village of Parm, seeks adventure on a far away continent, in a quest to uncover the mysteries of an ancient civilization. Travelling with his life-long friend Sue, he meets pretty adventuress Feena, and a romance begins to blossom, as they encounter more than they had bargained for and are soon caught up in events that could decide the future of mankind! Written by Niz

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A unique RPG, in many ways better than Final Fantasy
17 October 2001 | by (Melbourne, Australia) – See all my reviews

While the storyline of Grandia may not be initially gripping (boy seeks adventure on another continent, seeking to uncover the mysteries of an ancient civilization), it is the gameplay mechanics that make this so enjoyable to pick up and play.

While level-building is a real chore in most RPGs (the Final Fantasy series especially), in Grandia the fun real-time combat system combines with a magic & move gaining system that always has a new spell or skill just one or two levels away. Dungeons are full 3D rotatable roaming environments, with monsters plainly visible and avoidable if necessary. It's easy to get lost in them, but there are enough treasures scattered around to keep you motivated. And towns and villages are filled with characters with lots to say, each of them with a unique style and theme.

Top graphics, a great orchestral soundtrack and some OK voice acting make this a must-play RPG.


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