Grandia hits PSone Classics this Thursday

After being available on the Japanese PlayStation Network since April 2009, Game Arts has announced today that SCEA is finally bringing Grandia, the classic PSone RPG, to the PlayStation Network this Thursday for $9.99.

Grandia is a role-playing game released over ten years ago on the original PlayStation boasting over 80 hours of gameplay. Players assume the role of Justin, a boy with a desire to become a great adventurer. After uncovering a magic stone, he embarks on a journey to uncover the mystery of a long lost civilization. The game features over 200 weapons to collect, countless enemies, over 80 magic spells and techniques to learn and more.

The team at Game Arts is very pleased to see this release in North America. We can only hope more is to come from them this generation.

Coming to PSN this Week: Grandia PSOne Classic [PlayStation.Blog]

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