Comment posted Uncovering three of the unannounced titles at TGS ’09 by Remahr.
Another post on this article, just to keep it updated =]. In my opinion, Grandia 4 is the obvious one. No matter the popularity of their games, they keep coming out with them. After FFX was released, they went ahead with Grandia II, with greatly inferior graphics, and didn’t care less.
I think Grandia 4 will be coming sooner or later. The outlandish claim is Legend of Dragoon 2, as that was finished as a PS1 game, but has recently gained massive popularity and rarity, with the games being sold for £60-70 at some stores. They could release it on PSN for £40 and people would be spending money on this masterpiece.
Playstation has always been a name synonamous (?) with JRPGs, and these three titles would revitalise their next-gen position, as the 360 already has a few exclusive RPGs worth mentioning.
I’m not saying this is bullshit at all, the guy’s reputable, and he’s sticking by it, not backing down. I think he has an unquotable credible source. My two cents.
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- Hmm. Either this was false information, or The Dean deserves his name. I think the positive-thinkers hope for the latter. As does some part of the cynics among us.
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