Grand Kingdom Articles RSS Feed | Grand Kingdom RSS Feed on en Launch Media Network Great Games at a Steal: Minecraft, Street Fighter, Grand Kingdom, Star Ocean and Dark Souls III Tue, 06 Sep 2016 18:00:02 -0400 Kat De Shields

All of us gamers here at GameSkinny love to save money, so it's safe to assume you do, too. Check out these bargains on classics and recent releases.

Minecraft for PS Vita

Build on the go and save 35% off list price with this Amazon voucher. Don't let the creepers get you. 

Street Fighter for PS4

Get the standard edition for 58% off the list price. Or, get the collector's edition for 58% off, too! Either way, you're kicking mucho ass and you haven't even started the game yet. 

Grand Kingdom for PS4

This tactical RPG is a ton of fun. Scoop up your copy at 58% off the regular price. 

Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness for PS4

If you haven't played this sci-fi odyssey yet, you're in for a treat. While you're at it, save 54% off the regular list price. 

Dark Souls III

Although this deal is only available for Amazon Prime members, there's no better time to try out a free trial to purchase this hard-ass game for $20 off. It will be money well spent and frustration well earned. 

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Here's 16 minutes of Grand Kingdom and its sprite on sprite violence Wed, 16 Mar 2016 07:07:23 -0400 Jeffrey Rousseau

NIS America and Spike Chunsoft are teaming up to release Grand Kingdom (GK) on June 21 for both the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita.

So what is GK? It's medieval fantasy themed tactical RPG developed by MonoChro. A great empire has fallen and war is no longer the duty of knights. War is now the profession of mercenaries. You play the commander of a mercenary squad in a war-torn continent, seeking to put food on the table and gain some prestige.

As seen in the preview (PS4 footage), the game features many gameplay elements and blends them together. GK is part board game; where you'll move out your mercenaries across a map. While traversing around, you'll discover treasure, NPCs, enemies, and traps (Yay danger! I mean...oh no).

GK is also part chess game when it comes to enemy encounters. Your unit positioning is critical to success. You'll have to match and counter your enemies advancements to maximize damage. You may also want to minimize damage to the troops too. Sure, battle is turn-based, but it's a fine line between a random battle and  a possible gameover.

You'll notice that the characters Flint and Lillia present you with two schools of thought for approaching dangers. Do you go in guns blazing, or exercise caution? These choices have their respective pros and cons.

GK features some pretty entertaining voice over work as well. You may even recognize a few of them. GK is bright, keeps you on your feet, and looks like a fun addition for Tactical RPG genre. Why is June so far away?