NIS America announced real-time strategy game GrimGrimoire OnceMore is now available for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5 in the west. GrimGrimoire OnceMore is available now digitally and physically, and a new trailer was released.
To commemorate the launch of GrimGrimoire OnceMore, NIS America released a new trailer introducing Lillet Blan, gameplay mechanics, and the main story. A GrimGrimoire OnceMore demo is also available now for those wanting to try the remaster before making a purchase. Save data does not transfer from the demo to the full game, however.
Here’s an overview of GrimGrimoire OnceMore via NIS America:
About GrimGrimoire OnceMore
Open the Grimoire once more with brand-new features to explore!
From the developers at Vanillaware, the classic PS2 strategy game GrimGrimoire is being remastered for Nintendo Switch! Join aspiring mage Lillet Blan on her journey within the Silver Star Tower, a renowned academy for magicians. All is not what it seems inside the tower walls—mysteries, monsters, and menaces lurk about. Harness the power of magic to dispel the secrets hidden within and discover the truth of the Silver Star Tower!
- Spellbinding Strategy: Magical fantasy meets real time strategy in this beautifully drawn adventure, filled with classic Vanillaware charm!
- Enchanted Enhancements: GrimGrimoire OnceMore expands on the Vanillaware classic with a brand new skill tree, improved user interface, art gallery, and so much more!
- Alluring Augmentations: Experience the bewitching adventures of Lillet Blan, now with remastered graphics and beautifully hand-drawn visuals in high definition!
GrimGrimoire OnceMore Launch Trailer
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