GrimGrimoire OnceMore by Vanillaware for PS4 & Switch Gets New Trailer Showing its Characters

Nippon Ichi Software released another trailer of the upcoming real-time strategy JRPG GrimGrimoire OnceMore.
GrimGrimoire OnceMore

Nippon Ichi Software released another trailer of the upcoming real-time strategy JRPG remaster GrimGrimoire OnceMore.

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The trailer showcases the rich and beautifully drawn cast of characters that appear in the game, highlighting Vanillaware’s fantastic artwork and providing a hint at the story.

You can check it out below.

GrimGrimoire OnceMore will release in Japan on July 28, for PS4 and Nintendo Switch. If you’d like to see more, you can check out the original trailer and another one.

If you’re not familiar with the original GrimGrimoire, it was originally released in 2007 for PlayStation 2. This new remaster includes plenty of new elements, on top of higher-resolution visuals and wide-screen format.

At the moment, NIS America (which also published the original game in North America) hasn’t announced a western release, so we’ll have to wait and see whether this game is brought over, but I would be surprised if it isn’t.

If you’re not familiar with Vanillaware, it’s a niche but extremely respected developer well-known for its beautiful 2D art (as you can easily see for yourself in the trailer). Their most recent game is 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim

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