Saw Grandia in the Playstation store on my PS3. I really enjoyed Grandia 2 on Dreamcast, and Grandia was cheap, like 6 bucks, so I picked it up.
Have not gotten far. The first dungeon are some ruins outside the starting town and I finished that. Next objective is getting on a ship to a new continent.
Grandia is a 3D game, but just barely. Much more dated looking than Grandia 2 with archaic controls to match. But if it unveiles itself to be an engaging title I will probably stick with it. Already have a sore thumb from using the D pad so much. The game does not support thumb sticks at all.
Deus Ex: MD
No Man's Sky
It's starting to be autumnish out around here, which is the time of year that for some reason I typically start playing a lot of Nintendo games. I call it "Mario Season". So I'll likely get back into a Mario or Zelda game with the kids for a while.