• Grandia II Anniversary Edition: Screenshot zum Titel.
  • Grandia II Anniversary Edition: Screenshot zum Titel.
  • Grandia II Anniversary Edition: Screenshot zum Titel.
  • Grandia II Anniversary Edition: Screenshot zum Titel.
  • Grandia II Anniversary Edition: Screenshot zum Titel.
  • Grandia II Anniversary Edition: Screenshot zum Titel.
  • Grandia II Anniversary Edition: Screenshot zum Titel.
  • Grandia II Anniversary Edition: Screenshot zum Titel.
  • Grandia II Anniversary Edition: Screenshot zum Titel.
  • Grandia II Anniversary Edition: Screenshot zum Titel.
  • Grandia II Anniversary Edition: Screenshot zum Titel.
  • Grandia II Anniversary Edition: Screenshot zum Titel.
  • Grandia II Anniversary Edition: Screenshot zum Titel.
  • Grandia II Anniversary Edition: Screenshot zum Titel.

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Über das Spiel

15 years after the stunning Dreamcast debut of Ryudo and his epic adventure, Grandia II is back and better than ever! The classic Japanese RPG returns with enhanced visuals, new difficulty level, and features both keyboard and gamepad support!

Take the role of a hardened mercenary with a heart, and go on an epic adventure filled with magic, new friendships, and surprising storyline twists in search of a weapon once wielded by a deity. It’s the classic tale of a band of adventurers destined to save the world, but things are not always as they seem…

Grandia II is famous for its great characters, mature storytelling, memorable music and fantastic battle system, and there's no better way to experience one of the most beloved console RPGs of the 32-bit era than this special Anniversary Edition!

  • Visual upgrades to textures, lighting, and shadows
  • Original Japanese voice option
  • Additional difficulty level
  • Gamepad support
  • Steam Trading Cards
  • Steam Achievements
  • Steam Cloud Save Support
  • Selectable Video Options
  • Remapable Keyboard & Gamepad Support
  • 100 Save File Slots
  • Dreamcast VMS Save File Support

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  • CPU: Quad Core, 2.5Ghz+
  • GFX: Nvidia GeForce GTX 260, AMD Radeon HD
  • RAM: 4GB RAM
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  • HD: 2 GB
  • DX: Version 10
  • LANG: English

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1 Produkte im Account
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2022 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 28.12.19 15:17
ich fühle mich sehr verascht !!! ich habe für geld bezahlt mir wurde versprochen wie es da steht ihm spiel da man es auf deutsch spielen kann ich habe mich drauf gefreut es ist aber auf englisch was soll das !!!!!
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2524 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 19.10.19 13:17
Ein Traum denn mit dem Deutschen untertitel kann ich ganz leicht mit mein Sohn spiel dar mit papa mal zeigt
wie rpgs früher waren.
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514 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 29.11.19 13:14
Remaster mit ein paar ein paar Schwächen.

+ Grafik deutlich verbessert gegenüber der Dreamcast und PS2 Version
+ Wahlweise englische und japanische Syncro
+ Deutscher Text

- Bei den Gesprächen wirken die Texte sehr gepixelt
- Bei den Gesprächen sehen die Bilder der Personen unsauber und etwas verwaschen aus
- Die Namensplatten, die in den Gesprächen angezeigt werden sind lieblos mit copy und paste eingefügt worden. Man sieht richtig den Kasten darum, wodurch es unstimmig wirkt.

Ich hatte schon die Dreamcast- und die PS2-Version von Grandia gespielt und hatte, nachdem ich kurz diese Version hier angespielt habe meine alten Konsolen mal aufgebaut um zu sehen ob die Sachen, die mich an dieser Version stören schon dort vorhanden waren.
Dem war nicht so! Es ist natürlich schön, das diese RPG-Perle Remastered wurde. Allerdings wurde die Texteformatierung, die Charbilder bei den Gesprächen (Im Menü sehen die sehr sauber aus) und die Formatierung der Charnamen in den Gesprächen etwas lieblos implementiert.

Davon mal abgesehen ist Grandia 2 immer noch ein sehr gutes Spiel, dass sehr viel Spaß mach.
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936 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 06.11.19 23:40
Tolles remake! Wenn ich Grandia 2 spiele verspüre ich Nostalgie pur und finde es schade, dass heutige spiele kaum noch so tolles gameplay bieten.

Auf Japanisch sogar besser! (Ner mode aktiviert) Leider werden einige Dialoge einfach abgeschnitten, da der Untertitel der Englischen Version folgen :/
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Verfasst: 26.05.20 00:36
Nachdem ich ewig versucht habe meine alte Version zum laufen zu bekommen, ich zwischendurch auf einen PS2-Emulator zurückgegriffen habe, kam dann das HD Remaster raus.
Ich habe damals schon viele Stunden mit dem Spiel verbracht und bin nun wieder komplett angesteckt von dem Feeling von damals.
Ich persönlich komme mit der Grafik gut zurecht auch wenn es an vielen Stellen nur hochgerechnet wurde.
Ich würde mir so ein Remaster von ein paar anderen Titeln wünschen^^
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Verfasst: 02.07.20 13:31
Es ist und bleibt eines der besten Spiele aus meiner Kindheit. Jetzt habe ich es nach 7 Jahren erneut gespielt (dieses mal das Remaster) und es ist echt gut gealtert. Wer ein schönes RPG sucht oder mit RPG's anfangen will kann mit Grandia 2 auf jeden Fall bedient werden.
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Verfasst: 30.03.21 04:38
ich liebe grandia 1 und 2
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Verfasst: 15.03.21 19:33
Phenomenal!
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3980 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 07.06.21 22:22
Grandia 1 oder Grandia 2?
Ich persöhnlich finde beide sehr gut, allerdings gefällt mir Teil 1 von der Story und vom Ende her besser.

Welcher Teil ist euer Favorit?
Jetzt bitte noch Grandia 3 auf Steam! ^^
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2188 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 10.01.22 17:03
Ein Klasse Spiel, welches bisher völlig unter meinem Radar lief... Schande über mein Haupt!

Das Spiel bietet eines der besten Kampfsysteme, welche ich bisher in JRPG´s gespielt habe. Freunde klassischer Rollenspiele machen hier definitiv nichts falsch.
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2468 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 10.03.20 23:07
Yes, I would recommend it, HOWEVER:

It is a shoddy port with a good deal of issues. First of all there's major issues with sound effects being cut off and some lighting effects in battle not being displayed correctly (fire spells). Issues I do not recall from the Dreamcast version. Apart from that, there's stability issues with the game freezing up at random times.

It's not gamebreaking, but when you've spend 40 minutes battling the final boss, beat him for 90% and the game decides to lock up, it's frustrating.

Otherwise it's a fun game and a classic jRPG of its era. The battle system is more dynamic than in most games and hard mode requires you to get more out of it than the rather easy normal mode. A special note goes out to the music, the game has a fantastic soundtrack which is presented in high quality.
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Verfasst: 02.02.20 22:26
When will we have GRANDIA 3 and X ?
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1080 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 26.01.20 22:01
I bought this game a few years ago, and earlier this month started to play it. It's an old style RPG, and it was fun at first. The game has crashed randomly when I either enter a battle or a cutscene. I tried to get past it at first, but in the later game this has happened more than usual. In its current state, this game is unplayable, I wouldn't recommend it.
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Verfasst: 06.01.20 19:58
Grandia has been one of my favorite games since I was a kid but I had never played Grandia II. I gave it a try after getting the game from a friend as a christmas gift and wow. I was pleasantly surprised. Grandia II is even better than Grandia, the plot and character development are much better, and the moves system is just as good, even if a bit different. If I have to pinpoint a flaw it would be how long some of the moves scenes are... they get tiring after you watch them so many times. But that's really all I can complain about, everything else is perfect. This game is definitely worth playing. The HD remaster is good too, much better than how lame Grandia's remastering was.
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Verfasst: 25.03.20 02:01
I wish I could recommend this game, but I just can't. Grandia II is a wonderful game, and it looks wonderful in this HD Remaster. However, too many crashes plagued my play through of the game, usually in the middle of boss fights. The worst of all the crashes happened during one of the final bosses. About 20 or so minutes into the boss, the game would crash every time, and I wasn't even able to finish it.

So, unless you want to be stuck with a game you can't beat and not be able to get a refund for it, you might want to skip this one.
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Verfasst: 29.03.20 16:28
Impossible to pass fight with Millenia in Carbo Village after 45min of gameplay. When she cast Zap the fight is frozen.
I try this fight many times with different strategy, and restart the game many times, even without speaking to the tutorial guy... I think this is a critical bug that need to be fixed quickly.
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Verfasst: 29.05.20 05:52
Feel like this game is going to make me write a long story. Here we go. First time I played this was back in 2000. When a friend of mine got it on release day. I was about 12 at the time. Did not get into much rpg games back in the day but when I saw my friend play this two things caught my attention. The music and the combat. From there my friend let me borrow the game and the love for this game grew massive. Bought it for my Dreamcast, when it was released on the PS2, bought the digital on Switch and of course on Steam.

Just completed the game 100 percent and after all these years, this game still holds up. The game has a story that will keep you hooked, wanting to know what happens next. The characters are all fantastic, it really makes you want the good guys to win. The combat system in this game is still the best in my opinion than any other rpg. A system that flows smoothly and upgrading your characters is perfect. Don't get me started on the music, it is so amazing that I had the soundtrack for a long time. Lets be real, if I am going to be playing a rpg for a while than it better have some good music for the grinding.

Now since this is a port I have noticed a few minor stuff. There was a part where the characters repeated the same dialogue, as well as some NPC having some glitchy walking animations at times. Overall nothing really game breaking, it is still a fantastic port. Over the years I have played the rest of the Grandia series and other rpgs but this is the title I always come back to. The characters, music, and that glorious battle system has been planted in my mind. If you are an rpg fan or wanting to try something new, give this game a shot. Such a classic.
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Verfasst: 22.05.20 23:10
After finally beating the game I wanted to share my struggles with this game.

I started playing the HD Remaster and immediately noticed the poor audio balance between the music, sound effects and voices. I could barely hear the music because I had to turn the volume down because the sound effects were so loud. I put up with this for most of the time spent with this game because I really enjoyed playing it as a child and had just finished the first Grandia remaster recently.

I dealt with the issues until about 35 hours in and arrived at a village with a certain game involving nuts. After loading my game in that village I started experiencing a bug that would cause the game to drop in frames and lag every 10 seconds or so which made the game unplayable. Nothing had changed on my computer as I had just played it an hour before and was taking a break. After hours of looking into the issue I happened to go to the properties of the game and found that I could change it to the Anniversary Edition. I let it download the 1GB update to remove the new HD Remaster features.

After starting the game I found out that changing back to the older Anniversary Edition not only fixed the frame drops but it actually fixed the audio balance issue and I was able to hear the music again. I continued to play through the game for another 15 hours or so and only experienced another bug right around the end which would cause the game to stutter but could easily be fixed by minimizing the game and bringing it back up which was a minor annoyance after what I'd gone through to get this far.

All in all this game is a buggy mess that runs worse than the Anniversary Edition that came before it and would not recommend it to anyone until the bugs have been resolved. I wish I had known I could change the version of the game before I'd wasted 35 hours without music. Hopefully if anyone else experiences these bugs they'll see this and will be able to still play the game.
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Verfasst: 13.05.20 21:32
Zitat:
[h1]Full review (including score): https://youtu.be/lR247Mdk6bk
Written review below![/h1]

[h1]The rundown:[/h1]
Pros:
+ Excellent combat system
+ Improved leveling system
+ Great gameplay pacing
+ Nice world design
Cons:
- Boring storyline
- Numerous technical faults
- Lackluster QoL features

Just five months ago, I played through and reviewed the PC version of Grandia HD Remaster, an excellent JRPG and a testament to why I love the genre so much. Well, at the same time that came out, Grandia II Anniversary Edition (which had been out on PC for four years) was updated to the new Grandia II HD Remaster, to correspond with the switch release of the Grandia HD Collection. It’s a bit confusing with all of these versions, but this one is supposed to be the definitive, so I just had to check it out.

Note: had to trim review to fit Steam char limit, check vid for full version!

[h2]Pros:[/h2]
  • Excellent combat system. Just as with the original, Grandia II makes use of an excellent action turn-based combat system. Your moves, spells, skills, and items are still done on a per-turn basis, but all of these are placed onto an action bar to determine what order they are resolved in. This action bar is paused when you are deciding what your character should do, but otherwise it is moving in real-time with enemies and other party members advancing along it dependent on their stats. Once a move is selected, that character or enemy enters a final buffer before the move actually resolves, during which time they are susceptible to attack (some of which can actually cancel their move outright). This gives the combat an excellent layer of depth outside of just considering damage and defense stats. A party member’s position and distance from enemies, for example, plays a role in what moves can hit them, how long it takes them to travel to attack an enemy, and how likely they are to be interrupted when using a skill. That’s just one example though, there is a lot more depth to the combat than what it looks like on the surface. It may be relatively easy to pick up, but there’s so much that goes into it that it that it will definitely take some time to master. Whatever the case, it’s miles ahead of similar JRPGs and feels just as good to play here in Grandia II as it did in the original.
  • Improved leveling system. The combat may be a complete copy from the original game, but what Grandia II did improve on is how leveling is handled. I don’t mean just the general level of your different party members, but rather their skills and spells. In the original game, you had to repeatedly use a skill or spell in order to increase its level. Once you’ve leveled certain skills and spells high enough, you would unlock new moves. However, the problem there is that this would force me to use moves I did not want to use on a given character. One of the main character’s strongest skills, for example, could only be unlocked by leveling up his different support spells, despite him being the main damage of my party.
  • Well, Grandia II does away with this system entirely, instead adopting a point-based upgrade system. Along with experience points, you will also earn special coins and magic coins after every battle. Special coins are used to upgrade and unlock character skills and magic coins are used to upgrade and unlock spells. There’s no more grinding out specific moves and no reason to have your damage dealer casting a bunch of support skills. Instead, you can freely save up these coins and upgrade your skills whenever you want.
  • Great gameplay pacing. This is not a JRPG full of the usual fluff that others thrive on. New areas are introduced, explored, and then you move on. There’s almost no backtracking and the game does not recycle its dungeon designs, even if they are on the simpler side.
  • On top of that, the difficulty level is managed just well enough that you can get by without having to do any grinding while still having the occasional challenging boss fight. Of course, you can go with the new “hard mode” added by the remaster if you want even more of a challenge, but I found the default to be satisfying enough. It’s definitely one of the reasons why the pacing felt so nice if anything. There are still a few bumps, but Grandia II manages to maintain a pretty consistent pace throughout, making for a rather engaging JRPG.
  • Nice world design. Whether you’re on some island in the middle of an ocean, hacking through a jungle full of moving plants, or traversing the inside of a giant enemy, there’s definitely no shortage of unique areas to explore. Along the way you’ll run into unique NPCs that have their own little stories to tell, new enemies specific to the area, and a bunch of gold and items to be looted. It’s an excellently designed (and somewhat nostalgic) world and is one of the game’s strongest features.


[h2]Cons:[/h2]
  • Boring storyline. Grandia II may have improved upon some aspects from the original, but unfortunately it did the opposite with its story. We went from Grandia‘s story of world-spanning adventure with tons of little twists and turns to a pretty generic “good vs. evil” JRPG story with a main character that is far less likable. It’s a downgrade on pretty much every front. The characters, for example, are hit-or-miss and lack the depth that is necessary for the story’s major plot points to have the impact that they are aiming for. Oftentimes it felt like the game was introducing new characters just to serve a single, short-term story development only to forget them afterwards. Those story developments range from predictable to random and sometimes even unnecessary in the grand scheme of things. I wouldn’t say that the story is full of filler, but there were definitely some sections that felt like it. Sure, the story from the first game wasn’t the most original and did have its own problems, but it was at least better than what is being offered here in its sequel.
  • Numerous technical faults. A lot of these are port-related, but there are some that exist outside of it. For example, the camera is just as much a pain as it was in the first game, despite the upgrade to 3D graphics. It’s constantly zooming in and out and is very finicky to deal with when indoors, making it easy to get disorientated and lose your sense of direction.
  • On the port side of things, the issues are more apparent, especially with regards to sound. The sound in this game is all over the place. You’ll have some sound effects that are relatively normal, but then some that are much, much louder than they need to be. Then there’s the music looping issues, the audio cutting in and out (especially during battles), and the lack of decent audio leveling overall. Aside from that, I did run into a total game crash towards the beginning of the game.
  • Lackluster quality of life features. Cant skip animations, no dialogue skipping, no fast forward...


[h2]Overall:[/h2]
Although not quite as good as the original, Grandia II HD Remaster is still a solid JRPG. It’s got the same excellent combat as the original, an improved leveling system, some great gameplay pacing, and a wonderfully-done game world on top of that. However, it did take a bit of a hit with regards to its story, an overall downgrade from the first game. That and it is lacking in some essential quality of life features, which is a bit disappointing to see in a remaster, but not enough to kill the experience.

Underneath those issues, it is both a nostalgic and fun JRPG and definitely one I would recommend to fans of the genre, especially those that like the classic JRPGs made during the PS1 and early PS2 era.

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Verfasst: 08.05.20 02:04
This game is such a great JRPG! Best one in the series! Played this game on the Dreamcast and PS2 back in the day and it is still a good game to play nowadays! Would totally recommend!
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Verfasst: 30.03.20 06:53
As much as I wanted to play this game, it's entirely unplayable in its current state. A boss fight I'm forced to partake in very early on in the game has a move that instantly freezes the game. I've tried coming at it at all different angles, looking up ways to fix it, and it just won't work. As it is right now, it's a waste of time and money.
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Verfasst: 17.05.20 02:23
I missed pretty much all of the Sega systems growing up, so getting to try some of their libraries through Steam has been awesome. I started seriously getting into RPGs around the early 2000s with Tales of Symphonia on the GameCube, so Grandia 2 ended up hitting a lot of nostalgia for me as far as aesthetics and design go.

I finished the game in about 40-45 hours, but this was with playing on Hard difficulty and attempting to squeeze out every drop the game has to offer; for example, I discovered that NPCs actually tend to have multiple dialog lines--sometimes getting up to four or five unique lines. I'm honestly impressed at how much context there is in the game, if you choose to look. If you're not a fan of extensive dialog, though, you can get through the game much faster than I did. Be warned that there's still various voice-acted cutscenes that you can't skip through, however. The English voice acting is a little stilted, but I've heard far worse (I admittedly missed the Japanese dialog option).

Combat gameplay is a blend of real-time action and turn-based tactics: The flow of combat is dictated by an action bar, and your Moves and Spells can affect the enemies' ability to attack. You make you moves via a paused list, but all actions take place in real-time. You're provided a lot of variety with your party members, as, while they have their personal Moves, you are freely able to assign different Spells and Skills to them. You also can accumulate an abundance of stat-boosting items over the course of the game, allowing you to build your team as you want. One gripe I had was that the Spells in the game felt a little awkward: You get your standard assortment of elements (Water, Fire, Blizzard, Forest, Lightning, Earth, etc.), but they are clearly intended to be either combat- or support-oriented. As a result, some elements lack versatile attack options for the majority of the game (ex: Blizzard and Forest). There's also a too-many-items situation, as your inventory will get clogged with attack items you likely won't use in favor of your own characters' attacks, or weird things that immediately get overshadowed by the regular, purchasable stuff at the stores (Numerous items are enemy drops, whose appearance depend on your luck and the Skills you equip).

One element of the game that felt shallow is the map/dungeon exploration. Some locations have good puzzles and interesting layouts, but other times you'll find yourself simply running through long tunnels or across random bridges. Sometimes, it becomes very confusing where you're located, so you might be spending some time combing over an area to make sure you've found all the treasure. Which brings me to one of my biggest caveats if you're debating whether to play Grandia 2:

Grandia 2 is a very forward-moving RPG: There are various towns and dungeons you visit on your journey that you won't return to. It doesn't impact the difficulty too much, but I figure it's a fair warning to completionists and collectors.

The music and audio are very nice (there's an issue with broken track looping, though), and, while the CGI cinematics show their age, they have a charm that I've always liked in 90s/early-00s RPGs. One gripe is the absence of subtitles during the cinematics, as some have a ton of things going on while lore is explained.

Apparently, there's been some issues with the HD version of the game, versus the Anniversary version (a beta option on Steam). I didn't realize this until nearly finishing the game; I played on the HD version, and suffered only one crash to desktop (during the first few hours).

Grandia 2 scratched that old-school RPG itch, and I'm looking forward to Grandia 1 at some point, since it's also available.
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Verfasst: 01.07.20 02:52
this is one of my favorite rpgs of all time.was great on the dreamcast and now is even better with HD
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Verfasst: 29.06.20 05:46
Mostly works in Proton out of the box on Linux. Although, freezes on a fight with Millenia near the beginning when she uses Zap. Fixed by enabling Anniversary Edition (Right click the game in library -> properties -> Betas tab). That aside, it's a very fun jRPG with unique fighting mechanics and a cool story. Lots of nostalgia for those who played it on Dreamcast.
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Verfasst: 28.06.20 12:53
[h1]For those die-hard Grandia fans out there who've been waiting for the next chapter, anticipating bigger worlds, greater challenges, and a grand storyline, you might be disappointed that Grandia II doesn't take that big of an evolutionary leap. It also has the best battle system mechanics ever seen in the genre.

I recommend playing this game on the highest difficulty level, otherwise it is too easy. [/h1]
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Verfasst: 19.08.20 17:58
cried. gud game. big climax
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Verfasst: 14.08.20 10:54
I absolutely love this game, but like so many other PC ports this one is awful. It is neither HD nor remastered by any extent of your imagination. You'd be better off playing it through a Dreamcast emulator, it will both look and run better.
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Verfasst: 20.10.20 18:56
Please bring us Grandia 4 and remaster Grandia 3 as well
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Verfasst: 28.11.20 06:01
I loved this game, I really did. I was loving the direction it was taking, the theme, the dialogue, all of it. I get to the very end and hope to see the sort of closure that this game deserved - annnnnnnnnnnd...IT BLOWS UP IN MY FACE. I have never been so disappointed with a game's ending...not since Final Fantasy VII or Breath of FIre III. What the hell happened?

I could spend the next 40 minutes typing out why I hated the story ending...but I won't bother. It's done and over...besides, I made a 30 minute video about it already: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RPQCOQ_LiKI&ab_channel=Guardiane

Otherwise, as I said, the game was great. I had fun and it's worth playing. Just don't hope for an epic ending...you will be let down.
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Verfasst: 26.11.20 19:21
My first dreamcast game :)
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Verfasst: 27.09.20 01:00
I've loved this game since the original Dreamcast release, it's definitely a must play for anyone that likes jrpgs. The porting onto steam is quite disappointing though, as it has a horrible habit of crashing after beating later game bosses and they've seemingly never bothered to address the issue even in recent patches. This really sours the memory of the game if I'm honest.
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Verfasst: 05.12.20 16:20
Absolutely love Grandia, can't say much more
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Verfasst: 29.11.20 04:03
A great game that many don't know.
The gameplay of Grandia series is unique and punish for not thinking ahead of your turn.

I realy hope that Grandia 3 receive a remaster too >__<
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607 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 28.11.20 03:19
One of the best JRPGS of the time. I first played it on the Dreamcast, and had to pick it up again on Steam. It has a unique and excellent battle system, with a fun cast of characters. The story is typical JRPG fare, and there are a lot of character tropes, but that isn't a negative in my book. And the way to Highly recommended for any old school JRPG fan.

Also, a tip for those who like the characters: rest at the inn and go through the dialogue options when they have dinner together.
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1641 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 21.11.20 03:53
An absolute treasure of a game. I am thrilled that it has been remastered because the PS2 version is absolutely atrocious on the eyes these days. The updated graphics are the main change and it makes everything both more adorable and more creepy..like damn, none of the characters have mouths and it's a tad disturbing as well as hilarious. The game itself takes a little while to get off the ground, there's a lot of plot to flesh out but it's worth sticking through. The lore for this game is deep and immersive, I would highly recommend doing a deep search for a better explanation of it all on the internet after or in the middle of your run through because there's a lot more to be uncovered out there.
This has been my favourite game since childhood and it's challenging enough that it took me a few years to actually complete. It was a definite highlight of my life upon victory finally over this game.
My only complaint is that the controls are a tad clunky if you're not used to them and the camera angles and controls could've been adjusted to make it easier to use but overall that's nothing compared to the greatness of the game.
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2432 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 05.01.21 14:55
One of the greatest games of the PS1. Would highly recommend this game, it's a classic.
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10683 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 11.01.21 18:43
Constantly crashing. This is the worst port of Grandia 2 in existence
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235 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 10.06.21 06:45
The game crashes every time I finish the boss fight in Durham Cave. I've done it 4 times now and it crashes every time. I can't progress and I can't refund. Forums are full of similar crashes throughout the game. Skip this version and find a way to play the original.
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3944 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 20.04.21 06:01
By far one of the best JRPGs I played.
10/10
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1879 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 05.05.21 13:38
This game had a bug when it first came out on dreamcast...you got stuck at the end and couldn't finish the game...

Years later:
Oh! Finally! Finished it here....

What do you think of this? Don't think! Enjoy!
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346 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 05.05.21 22:19
A remaster of the classic sequel to the classic original RPG epic. Go on an adventure to find a weapon of legends. Wonderful story and the port runs smooth, controls well with no problems.
https://youtu.be/mERhkLdTT9A
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2373 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 02.03.21 00:05
Better than some JRPGs of this decade.
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3062 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 20.03.21 06:51
Liked:
1. Story
2. Music
3. Game Play
4. Animation
5. Characters are pretty good and memorable.
6. Game is like 30-40 hours and not like insanely long to complete.

Disliked:
1. Bugs - Achievement bug that prevented me from 100% this game.
2. Game crash issues - I had only one crash that happened after the final boss that made me redo another 30-40 minute non-difficult but long fight. Had me worried about more crashes and crossed fingers and toes that the game can complete without issues.
3. One achievement called X-Marks the spot is like a bug or something. All you do is press x on your controller that should unlock the achievement. It didn't unlock it for me and now it's a big thorn at the corner of my mind.. I'm stuck at 35/36 and I wanted this game to be on my perfect game record in my profile.

Overall I would recommend this game to any JRPG lover out there.

Only beware of the nut grabber achievement. Your sanity will be tested to the limits with that one.

I prefer Grandia 2 over Grandia 1 but there both great games in their own rights.
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1797 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 17.01.21 15:56
This is still one of the greatest RPG's of all time, and as I am playing this game through again I am glad to see that my view isn't clouded by nostalgia. This Game is genuinely just really good. Good Characters, Good mechanics in battle, Fun bosses, a great story, good yet inconsistent music, and all around just a really enjoyable experience.

*****Mild SPOILERS AHEAD*****



These praises aside. This port is grinding my gears. I have 2 pretty good gaming pc's and for some wack reason, after 6 years of being on the steam store, This game still crashes wayyyy too much. I have had 4 crashes at completely different places. My first crash was after picking up the first pom nut for carro, the second was after fighting Valmars tongue, the third was after Fighting Valmars claws and picking up the book of Gales, and now my most recent is after a small nbattle with regular enemies on the Reef.

I have played lots of ports in my time as a gamer, but I have never played one that has been out this long with this many crashes, and I have seen many others who also have frequent crash issues still. I definitely recommend this game to any Rpg fans out there, but I am iffy in reccomending this particular port.

UPDATE
I have been fighting the miniboss in Demons Law, and I have killed him 4 times and the game continues to crash. this is the first time that I can't just reload and move on after beating whatever enemy is causing the bug. I do NOT recommend this port at all, this is so infuriating
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2547 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 16.07.21 19:15
REVIEW AND GUIDE TO FIXING SLUGGISH BATTLES!!!

First off. This is an amazing game with a great combat system and a fantastic story and character line-up. Highly recommended.

Now onto the big problem that is easily rectified.
People complain about sluggish combat. I has this problem as well and took me many a moon-ok 1- to figure out the problem. People said all you had to do was disable 60fps in settings, which is true. however after an update that was made, that option was taken away for SOME ungodly reason...maybe Valmar didn't want us to have fun or something. i don't know. AAAAAAANYWHO. the ssolution is simple in these 5 easy steps.

Step 1.Go into your Library in steam and either right click grandia 2 on the side tab, or scroll through your library and find the game and go to the cog wheel icon.

2. Regardless of which option you pick to get to the cog wheel, go to properties.

3. Go to Beta and select which beta you would like to opt to.

4. Select Anniversary_edition-Grandia 2 anniversary edition. Update to that version.

5.back on the main grandia 2 page in your library after updating is done, click play and select the launcher option. go into settings and look for the 60fps option. turn that puppy off and beat the hell out of Valmar.
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3296 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 28.07.21 07:54
I remembered this game very fondly. The writing/dialogue is a bit atrocious at times , voice acting is really good though. Combat is probably the highlight (A mix of turn based + real time with interrupts and ''combo'' possibility). Classic JRPG in many regards , the more powerful spells and skills have very long animations so be ready to sit through that lol. There are some well written moments/dialogue and I feel there's good character development for the most part but the bad (writing) outweighs the good in my opinion.

The ending also drags out quite a bit. Forgot to mention the soundtrack is also really good and the environments and monsters are pretty cool. I reluctantly recommend it.
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2690 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 10.07.21 03:05
Great Game, a little wonky on the port (random game crashes here and there) but all in all still loved it.
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2067 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 07.07.21 03:40
I mean it's Grandia II, If you didn't grow up playing this, then what?
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Verfasst: 06.07.21 03:52
first of all this is the first Grandia game I have ever played, launched the first one just to check some things out. but Grandia 2 is the one I played for the first time and completed it, never even heard of this series untill a few months ago. anyway here are my thoughts about the HD Remaster of Grandia 2.

The story - is written pretty well, even if its slightly cliche on some things, but hey thats why i loved some of the things it fits with the premises of alot of Jrp's back in the day, anyway a quick explanation of the story you play as Ryudo who is a Geohound a mercanary for hire and you where charged with escorting a sister, to a tower, things go wrong and you are charged with protecting her as you escort her to the cathedral where the pope is. more things go wrong. and you go on a huge adventure trying to save the world. sorry for not going into real details dont want to spoil it for anyone tbh.


The Graphics - the Graphics look really well as a remaster it looks great thru a monitor and a television, the only thing that looks a bit outdated as in not updated is the sprites for the characters in the text box, but thats because it was hard coded within the game if i am correct and they could not edit them/update them because of that. but over all the graphics and spells/cutscenes looked great.

Combat - the first 25 mins of combat I was able to play I was not a huge fan of it but once i got the hang of it, understanding you could counter an enemies attack, and or cancel there action into using a skill/spell it was really fun, there is a lot of planning when you play on hard, against some boss's due to there speed at which they could attack, my tip here is just use debuffs and buffs when you can and it will go smoothly for most boss fights. the combat system is really fun I enjoyed it alot, I dunno how different it is compared to the later Grandia games within the series.


over all for a classic Jrpg it was amazing and I had a really good time there where some moments where I was upset when loosing a certain boss fight and having to rewatch the cutscenes and or watching the spell scenes, if they would of added a skip for the spell or a 2x speed for battles it would of been alot better for my experience of the game when it got repetitive on the loosing steaks i had lol.


but I do Recommend this game even at full price just because how well its made and how fun it is its worth it! would love to hear others experience with this game!
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2459 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 07.09.21 11:54
Hard mode fixes up one of the biggest complaint I had with this game, which was that it was too easy. The bosses on Hard mode can mess you up if you don't master the art of speed control and buffing. The challenge added a much-needed dimension to the potential depth of the combat system, which is a nice mix of RTS and ATB.

The story of this game is very well written, with the anti-religious themes handled very well and powerfully.
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Verfasst: 13.08.21 16:17
keep ctd after valmar core fight
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1524 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 11.08.21 20:28
I really liked this adventure, but... my game crash and it is after something like 1 hour without saving point. I am not brave enough to check if the crashing is systematic as the same moment of the game or not.
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3823 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 24.09.21 14:09
90% Fun and awesome game
10% waiting around for animations to finish.
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Verfasst: 06.01.22 05:56
Easily my favorite Dreamcast game, but this port is really not that good. Lot of the UI text looks horrible and doesn't appear to upscale very well, some of the graphics, such as encountering an enemy, appear to be broken(the game will suddenly cut to black) and has a habit of pausing after the fact and during cutscenes. They also didn't bother to do anything with the FMVs used for spells, meaning they look just as pixelated as ever.

Best to save your money, i think. There's better options out there.
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2857 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 19.12.21 11:54
Finally finished my my replay of childhood games. play in hard mode, with last level characters were level 63 and completed all achievements.

totally recommended for you who wants to relive/refresh your childhood memories. this was my first jrpg games.
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Verfasst: 07.01.22 18:02
Game crashed after defeating a boss, upon reviewing the steam discussion page this appears to be a common issue that can happen up to and including the FINAL BOSS. There is NO EXCUSE!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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965 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 27.12.21 07:53
One of my favorite games.
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1938 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 07.12.21 07:29
Great follow up to the original Grandia. While the story IMO isn't as compelling, the gameplay is much stronger.

Though there are some features I wish this remaster had such as skipping spell animations or the ability to skip cutscenes after first watch.
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Verfasst: 28.11.21 02:42
If you love old jrpgs, give this a go!!
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Verfasst: 15.02.22 03:48
Very fun dont get me wrong. But it still has a crashing problem that a old game like this shouldnt have.
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Verfasst: 09.03.22 00:49
One of my all-time favorite RPG's. Very linear, but an amazing story and game play way ahead of its time. I wish More games were this fun to play!
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Verfasst: 17.03.22 03:03
WORTHY SEQUEL TO GRANDIA 1 . PLS REMASTER GRANDIA XTREME AND GRANDIA 3 !!! :)
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