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Grandia Xtreme & Growlanser II Previews

While I'm tempted to dive into further Sesame Street analogies and the odd Pinwheel reference, I'll spare you my depravity. This latest installment of RPGfan Preview Theater includes a long awaited offering from our favorite traveling fraggle (and no Uncle Travelling Matt was booked), Ken Chu. That's right, our beloved Commodore Wheeler returns to RPGfan after his recent modeling debute in our Girls of RPGfan pictoral. Our dashing editor is here to wow our readership with a preview of Working Design's upcoming PS2 strategy RPG, Growlanser II: The Sense of Justice (letting him write the preview was the only way to get him off those placard posters at E3 besides chloroform and a crowbar). Beware the overwhelming power of Satoshi Urushihara's glossy character art!

Not to be undersold, I have the honour of presenting a preview of Game Arts' latest wonder, Grandia Xtreme. The kind folks at Enix America will be bringing this latest adventure to the PS2 this September. While using a different formula than the previous installments, this latest Grandia shows a significant evolution to an already revolutionary battle system. So use your E-MA-JINAATION, and enjoy our latest previews. This announcement has been brought to you by the letter "G" and the zany staff of RPGfan.


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Updated:
08.16.02 - 1:39 AM
Stephen Harris





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