September 19, 2018 9:03 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

When the HD reveal of Grandia and Grandia II come to light, it come as a bit of s shock. The games are both a blast from the past and great RPGs in their own right, but now thanks to Switch, we’ll be able to go hands on with both of them next year.

Until then however, we must wait for news as and when it falls and thanks to Game Informer, a couple of tidbits have been shared for both games and you can catch them here:



  • Enhanced details to UI, sprites, and texture art
  • Original cinematic videos receiving visual enhancements
  • Widescreen support and customizable resolutions for PC
  • Addition of MSAA, bloom, normal mapping, and blur effects
  • Steam cards and Achievements
  • Japanese Audio & English Subtitles
  • Language Support: English & Japanese
  • Digitally converted game manual
  • Utilizing PS1 & Sega Saturn source code
  • Gamepad and keyboard support with remappable controls


Grandia II:

  • Digitally converted game manual
  • Utilizing Grandia II Anniversary Edition source code, which originally was based on the Sega Dreamcast source code
  • Fix PC video/audio desync and switch to XInput
  • Add support to exit to title
  • Japanese Subtitles added, for Switch version

Grandia HD switch

Currently, both Grandia titles are only confirmed for a release in Europe and North America and will be shown off as part of Tokyo Game Show this month, so for those of you waiting on footage, we should be getting some, very soon.



Source: GameInformer


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