Vanillaware's GrimGrimoire OnceMore Shows its Gameplay in New Trailer

Here's a new trailer of Vanillaware's GrimGrimoire Oncemore, providing an overview of its RTS gameplay. 😍

Published: February 8, 2023 4:22 PM /


GrimGrimoire OnceMore

Today NIS America released another gameplay trailer of the upcoming real-time strategy game GrimGrimoire OnceMore by Vanillaware.

The trailer focuses on providing an overview of the game, including all the mechanics that make it an interesting real-time strategy game. We take a look at the mana crystals that fuel the creation of runes that can be used to summon familiars of various sizes and with diverse powers.

The video also showcases the different types of magic that give access to unique lineup of familiars for you to play with. 

You can watch it below.

GrimGrimore Oncemore is an enhanced remaster of Vanillaware's 2007 real-time strategy game GrimGrimoire for PlayStation 2. It includes plenty of new elements and quality-of-life tweaks, alongside higher-resolution visuals and wide-screen aspect ratio support.

NIS America has recently announced that the game will launch in North America and Europe on April 4, 2023. It has already been made available in Japan last summer. 

If you’re not familiar with GrimGrimore OnceMore, you can read an extensive article here on TechRaptor explaining what it's all about. 

Speaking of NIS America, it recently celebrates the 30th anniversary of its parent company Nippon Ichi Software with a livestream in which it announced the localization of Disgaea 7: Vows of the Virtueless and Rhapsody: Marl Kingdom Chronicles, the debut in the west of Little Princess: Marl Okoku no Ningyo Hime 2 and Tenshi no Present: Marl Okoku Monogatari, the second and third game of the Marl Kingdom series.

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