Grandia III (2005)

Video Game  -  Action | Adventure | Drama  -  14 February 2006 (USA)
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Credited cast:
Chieko Baishô ...
Griff (voice)
Takashi Hagino ...
Emerius (voice)
Shinji Kasahara ...
Dunkel (voice)
Shingo Katsurayama ...
Alonzo (voice)
Haruka Kinami ...
Alfeena (voice)
Ayaka Maeda ...
Hecto (voice)
Massaya Matsuzake Ono ...
Yuki (voice) (as Masaya Matsuzake)
Takeru Shibaki ...
Ull (voice) (as Shibaki Takeru)
Mayumi Wakamura ...
Miranda (voice)
Sayaka Yoshino ...
Daana (voice)
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In the Japanese version of this game, the ending theme song was performed in Japanese by the Japanese pop artist, Miz (real name Mizuki Ito). For the US version however, it was in English and also performed by Miz because she's fluent in Japanese and English. See more »

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Kornell: Wait! This isn't over yet!
[Just as Kornell attempts to charge towards Yuki's group, he fell into a pit trap. Kornell then stands up]
Miranda: And stay there this time, you Musclebound Peabrain.
Yuki: Yeah. Stop following us.
[Yuki and Miranda walks away. Alfina approaches Kornell]
Alfina: Um, uh, it gets awfully cold out at night. So...
[grabs a blanket]
Alfina: Here you go!
[Alfina drops the blanket on Kornell's head and walks away]
Kornell: [embarrassed] Hmph?
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Follows Grandia (1997) See more »

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In The Sky
Vocal by Miz
Words & Music by Han' Some, Daniel Gibson (as Daniel Gibson)
Arrangement by Anders Bergström Daniel Gibson (as Daniel Gibson)
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I thought at first it would be the best Grandia yet, but it suffers a bit after the halfway point on.
15 July 2007 | by See all my reviews

This Grandia started off with a bang, great introduction, the graphics completely ramped up and the fighting engine from previous Grandia's was intact. The story was also great as our wannabe pilot finds himself in the middle of a pursuit for a mysterious girl. Add to that lots of humor, a wise cracking ship captain, a fixed game of dice and this game was going great. It continues to do so as our hero meets his hero and flies the heroine into a holy city to perform a ritual to speak with a god. Somewhere though the game just loses some luster as unlike previous Grandia games, you don't get to have all that many playable characters coming in and out of your party. The villains, aside from one of them, are for the most part largely unexplored...I mean you will not know their motivations at all. Then there is a point where you just keep hitting dungeon after dungeon with no real opportunity to explore any new cities or such. Then there is the combat difficulty. In previous Grandia's, you never had to build your level...by that I mean spend an hour or two just fighting monsters to level up. You simply had to fight everything in your path and by the end you had no troubles. Here the monsters got incredibly hard, not only did I have to level up, I had to run from monsters. Especially in the last level, I had a harder time with the regular monsters than I did with the final boss. Still, it was a pretty good game with the best ending of any in the Grandia series.


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