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)
... Mio (voice)
... 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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Followed by Grandia II (2000) See more »

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Awesome!!!!!
12 January 2002 | by See all my reviews

Grandia is my favorite game of all time. It's got everything you would want. Comedy, Romance, Action and Drama all in one. The soundtrack is awesome, very colorful characters, great spells and awesome plot the whole family can enjoy it since it's rated E for everybody. The second Grandia is alright but the first one is better I would try it if you liked this one. I rate this one a big 10 out of 10.


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