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Grandia HD Collection (Multi-Language) (Chinese Cover)

Compatible with Nintendo™ Switch (SW)
Version: Asia
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US$63.99
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Subtitles  Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Korean, Japanese, English, French, German
Grandia HD Collection (Multi-Language) (Chinese Cover)
Grandia HD Collection (Multi-Language) (Chinese Cover)
Grandia HD Collection (Multi-Language) (Chinese Cover)
Grandia HD Collection (Multi-Language) (Chinese Cover)
Grandia HD Collection (Multi-Language) (Chinese Cover)
Grandia HD Collection (Multi-Language) (Chinese Cover)
Grandia HD Collection (Multi-Language) (Chinese Cover)

Product Features

  • Real time, turn based action - Experience and employ a unique action bar system for real time fighting with distinct characters
  • Magic based combat - Gather Mana Eggs to learn and use magic based skills, ranging from elemental attacks to character enhancing magic for defense and offense statistical boosts
  • Illustrious worlds to explore - The vibrant worlds in GRANDIA HD Collection include nostalgic starter cities such as Parm GRANDIA ) and Carbo Village ( GRANDIA II ) to iconic fields and areas such as The End of the World ( GRANDIA ) and Valmar's Moon ( GRANDIA II)
  • Gather Skill Points and ATTACK! - Skill Points or Skill Coins can be used to earn incredibly intense moves that make for an extraordinary fighting experience
  • Eclectic Enemy Encounters - The worlds of GRANDIA and GRANDIA II bring forth a plethora of challenging and epic enemies in the wild, as well as main storyline bosses
  • Ear Indulging, Melodious Compositions - Experience world exploration, momentous battles, and legendary in game experiences in beautiful harmony with musical compositions from acclaimed Japanese composer Noriyuki Iwadare
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Item Description

GRANDIA
Justin, a young boy who dreams of one day becoming a great adventurer, uncovers a grand secret within the ancient Dom ruins. Joined by his childhood friend Sue, and veteran adventurer Feena; the trio set off, facing danger and gaining allies along the way, in order to discover what lies beyond the End of the World

GRANDIA II
Eons after the battle between the gods Granas and Valmar, the young mercenary Geohound, Ryudo, infamously fights dangerous monsters in exchange for rewards. When tasked with protecting the songstress Elena, his simple job becomes a life-changing mission to find a weapon once held by a god to protect the world from never-ending darkness
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Customer reviews

Average rating:  (5 out of 5)
Total votes: 46

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2 games in one
Since the first launch in Saturn I didn't have the chance to play grandia, till this time. Nice remaster and in HD experience.
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Best remaster rpg DC
Great game
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Missed my chance to play back in the day.
So I have seen a lot of consoles come and go. Around the time these games came out I didn't really get a chance to play them as I was not into JRPG's at the time of Grandia. I think I played a demo of Grandia 2 and found it interesting but never took the time to get the game. A few years before the re-release I was looking into playing some older JRPG titles and remembered these titles vaquely. I had thought about getting the older copies as newer games weren't really enticing me to play or keeping my attention so I was looking for some older games to play. When these came out I got them on PC but wanted to be able to play them while on the go. I did some searching and found this site with the games. Absolutly great games if you like classic JRPG's.
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Grandia HD collection
This brings back great memories from the Golden age of RPGs I must play a must own
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Excellent Collection
It's hard to really go wrong with the iconic Game Arts RPGs. Having the first two games on one cartridge is very nice, though I do wish it worked more like the Final Fantasy Pixel Remasters and had seperate tiles for each game. Still, it's not terribly difficult to switch games, and both are absolutely worth the time. Hopefully there will be a follow-up with the rest of the series.
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