History VideoGame / Grandia

4th Feb '16 1:03:05 AM BoomerangFlash
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* NightmareFuel: Abandoned Laine Village. We get a taste of what [[spoiler:Gaia]] can do with the Petrified Forest and the Tower of Doom, but once the party walks into the Abandoned Laine Village, they learn what [[spoiler:Gaia is really capable of. The entire place no longer resembles a something that should even exist. The space of the area itself has become warped, with doors leading to different locations in the area entirely through what are essentially portals. The petrified bodies of those who weren't able to escape before Gaia arrived are encased in floating, spinning crystals that are eternally suspended above a dark void.]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QyXK3skMWj4 Not to mention the incredibly creepy music...]]
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* NightmareFuel: Abandoned Laine Village. We get a taste of what [[spoiler:Gaia]] can do with the Petrified Forest and the Tower of Doom, but once the party walks into the Abandoned Laine Village, they learn what [[spoiler:Gaia is really capable of. The entire place no longer resembles a something that should even exist. The space of the area itself has become warped, with doors leading to different locations in the area entirely through what are essentially portals. The petrified bodies of those who weren't able to escape before Gaia arrived are encased in floating, spinning crystals that are eternally suspended above a dark void.]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QyXK3skMWj4 Not to mention the incredibly creepy music...]]
3rd Feb '16 11:20:00 PM BoomerangFlash
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* NightmareFuel: Abandoned Laine Village. We get a taste of what [[spoiler:Gaia]] can do with the Petrified Forest and the Tower of Doom, but once the party walks into the Abandoned Laine Village, they learn what [[spoiler:Gaia is really capable of. The entire place no longer resembles a something that should even exist. The space of the area itself has become warped, with doors leading to different locations in the area entirely through what are essentially portals. The petrified bodies of those who weren't able to escape before Gaia arrived are encased in floating, spinning crystals that are eternally suspended above a dark void.]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QyXK3skMWj4 Not to mention the incredibly creepy music...]]
14th Dec '15 10:52:01 AM Morgenthaler
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* NonLinearSequel: Of course, there's ''GrandiaII'', ''GrandiaIII'', and ''[[GrandiaXtreme Grandia]] [[XtremeKoolLetterz Xtreme]]'', but there's also ''[[GaidenGame Grandia: Parallel Trippers]]''--a game for the GameBoyColor which stars a trio of kids who get pulled into the Grandia world and team up with Justin and his friends ([[GoKartingWithBowser and his enemies!]]) to SaveBothWorlds. [[NoExportForYou It never made it out of Japan]].
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* NonLinearSequel: Of course, there's ''GrandiaII'', ''GrandiaIII'', ''VideoGame/GrandiaII'', ''VideoGame/GrandiaIII'', and ''[[GrandiaXtreme ''[[VideoGame/GrandiaXtreme Grandia]] [[XtremeKoolLetterz Xtreme]]'', but there's also ''[[GaidenGame Grandia: Parallel Trippers]]''--a game for the GameBoyColor which stars a trio of kids who get pulled into the Grandia world and team up with Justin and his friends ([[GoKartingWithBowser and his enemies!]]) to SaveBothWorlds. [[NoExportForYou It never made it out of Japan]].
3rd Dec '15 7:10:31 PM nombretomado
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After making the first two ''{{Lunar}}'' games, Game Arts developed ''Franchise/{{Grandia}}''. It was originally released for the SegaSaturn in Japan in 1997, but the Saturn version was never released in the west due to the system's poor sales. The game was ported to the PlayStation two years later, and this version localized and released by SCEA in the US and by Creator/{{Ubisoft}} in Europe. It remains the best-selling entry in the series.
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After making the first two ''{{Lunar}}'' games, Game Arts developed ''Franchise/{{Grandia}}''. It was originally released for the SegaSaturn UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn in Japan in 1997, but the Saturn version was never released in the west due to the system's poor sales. The game was ported to the PlayStation UsefulNotes/PlayStation two years later, and this version localized and released by SCEA in the US and by Creator/{{Ubisoft}} in Europe. It remains the best-selling entry in the series.
25th Nov '15 12:45:16 PM BoomerangFlash
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Sue actually returns in Zil Padon to help Justin storm the final dungeon.
* GuestStarPartyMember: Technically, everyone but Justin is GuestStarPartyMember. A lot of the characters, like Gadwin, Guido, Milda, and even [[spoiler:Sue]] have lives outside of Justin's quest that they need to go back to, and they will leave the party when their part in the story is over. It's not really a case of SoLongAndThanksForAllTheGear, though, as everyone [[spoiler:but Sue]] comes back to help Justin storm the VeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon.
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* GuestStarPartyMember: Technically, everyone but Justin is GuestStarPartyMember. A lot of the characters, like Gadwin, Guido, Milda, and even [[spoiler:Sue]] have lives outside of Justin's quest that they need to go back to, and they will leave the party when their part in the story is over. It's not really a case of SoLongAndThanksForAllTheGear, though, as everyone [[spoiler:but [[spoiler:including Sue]] comes back to help Justin storm the VeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon.
8th Mar '15 12:29:43 AM Nitramy
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* BabiesEverAfter: In the ending, [[spoiler:an older Sue goes to meet up with Justin and Feena after having not seen them in years- and finds they've got ''bizz-ay!'']]
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* BabiesEverAfter: In the ending, [[spoiler:an older Sue goes to meet up with Justin and Feena after having not seen them in years- and finds they've got gotten ''bizz-ay!'']]
1st Feb '15 9:23:27 AM DuskNoble
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* DrunkOnTheDarkside: [[spoiler:General Baal, when he finally gets hold on Justin's Spirit Stone]].
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* DrunkOnTheDarkside: [[spoiler:General Baal, when he finally gets hold on of Justin's Spirit Stone]].

** And the two fights ''against'' Gadwin
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** And the two fights ''against'' GadwinGadwin.

* HopelessBossFight: First fight against Gadwin. You can only damage 0 to him, and after a while he'll Dragon Cut you with 9999 damage for OHKO.
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* HopelessBossFight: First fight against Gadwin. You can only do 0 damage 0 to him, and after a while he'll Dragon Cut you with 9999 damage for OHKO.

* LettingTheAirOutOfTheBand: used as an indication that time has frozen.
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* LettingTheAirOutOfTheBand: used Used as an indication that time has frozen.

* MassiveNumberedSiblings:Justin and Feena have no less than six kids in the future.
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* MassiveNumberedSiblings:Justin MassiveNumberedSiblings: Justin and Feena have no less than six kids in the future.

* MeaningfulName: [[spoiler:The Icarians. Icarian can be seen as an adjective referring to things relating to Icarus, a popular figure in Greek Mythology; this may be where the Icarian Sea gets it's name, as it's the sea into which Icarus supposedly fell and drowned. The Icarians themselves are a race of winged humanoids who are laid low by hubris, but in this case it's the hubris of humans, rather than themselves, which results in their downfall.]]
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* MeaningfulName: [[spoiler:The Icarians. Icarian can be seen as an adjective referring to things relating to Icarus, a popular figure in Greek Mythology; this may be where the Icarian Sea gets it's its name, as it's the sea into which Icarus supposedly fell and drowned. The Icarians themselves are a race of winged humanoids who are laid low by hubris, but in this case it's the hubris of humans, rather than themselves, which results in their downfall.]]

** Justin's Immortal Aura skill. It always gives you a lot of experience when used, and with the game's tendency to always have those handy healing save points near, you can easily grind Justin into epic GameBreaker levels.
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** Justin's Immortal Aura skill. It always gives you a lot of experience when used, and with the game's tendency to always have those handy healing save points near, nearby, you can easily grind Justin into epic GameBreaker levels.

* StatusBuff: Sue's Fight Cheer which is the same as WOW! but with cheerleading dance.
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* StatusBuff: Sue's Fight Cheer which is the same as WOW! but with a cheerleading dance.
1st Feb '15 9:10:02 AM DuskNoble
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* AppeaseTheVolcanoGod: At one town, the party stumbles upon a party, that sends them to be sacrificed to a dragon living in a volcano.
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* AppeaseTheVolcanoGod: At one town, the party group stumbles upon a party, party that sends them to be sacrificed to a dragon living in a volcano.
1st Feb '15 9:09:17 AM DuskNoble
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* AppeaseTheVolcanoGod: AT one town, the party stumbles upon a party, that sends them to be sacrificed to a dragon living in a volcano.
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* AppeaseTheVolcanoGod: AT At one town, the party stumbles upon a party, that sends them to be sacrificed to a dragon living in a volcano.
22nd Oct '14 9:26:24 PM PistolsAtDawn
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* KidHeroAllGrownUp: The DistantFinale (shown from Sue's perspective) showcases a now-adult, beautiful and ProperLady Sue meeting the married Justin and Feena as they return to Justin's hometown. We never see the couple, but [[BabiesEverAfter we meet their entire LITTER]] of kids that look and act like than.
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