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However... I also still think the pixelated sprites are better and the option to switch them on would make the majority of Grandia players happy, me included. We all know it is possible exactly because the sprites do appear in-game in their original pixelated form. Please GungHo, consider this. The game looks a lot better and more natural this way.
The Resurrection Potion visual glitch was fixed at least... lol. In all honesty though, it's good they still work on the game, however little change that may be. The most glaring issue here is that we all know for a fact the game could look A LOT better and it's most probably not even that hard to do it. For crying out loud, you can make the game look better yourself by manipulating some files in the game's directory, all it takes is like 30 minutes and it's done.
as soon as the Grandia window opens and I click on start only the window goes away and that's it. thats not funny...
i'm the problem too. but in search , in SteamLibrary\steamapps\common\GRANDIA HD Remaster
XAudio2_9reddist have been downloaded with update 1.01.
Just rename and replace in folder "windows\sysWOW64. (for windows 7 64 bits)
Next time give us an explanation