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Good RPGs rarely get the attention they deserve because they get trampled under the feet of the truly great. This is a shame, for while the Final Fantasy series, for example, could get away with revamping its old formula over and over again, it was games like Grandia - third party marvels, joker cards, if you will - that really innovated, however cautiously, with novel game mechanics and thus helped make role playing games more fun in the long term. Today, remember, most gamers are bored of turn...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Not many games age well, that is most certain. For instance I tried playing the original final fantasy games when they were being released on the handhelds and found them to be quite boring and lackluster. Grandia is an exception though in that it is still fun to play even 10+ years after its release. Grandia, for those who don't know, is a Jrpg released by Game Arts around the same time as FFVII. Its story follows the adventurous 15 year old boy named Justin. Justin and his child hood friend S...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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