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What's with the weird spelling of the title? The official NIS America site uses "Grim Grimoire," and the RosenQueen website (aka the NIS America store) uses "GrimGrimoire." The weird capitalization is only used in the game's logo, which is for stylistic reasons, not because that is the actual title. Or else NIS America would be spelling it "gRiMgRiMoiRe" and not "GrimGrimoire." --Captain Cornflake 04:41, 10 June 2007 (UTC)

  • Manually merged back to a reasonable spelling, copied talk page here. Let us not move this page again. GrimGrimoire is the capitalization and spelling widely used by reviewers and fans sites, and more importantly, no one is going to type those other preposterous intercaps when searching for the game here. Krychek 16:11, 29 June 2007 (UTC)

Odin Sphere[edit]

Why is Odin Sphere found under 'See Also'? I don't see a connection between the two. ( 11:01, 11 July 2007 (UTC))

I didn't remove it, but it's because it's one of only two games developed by Vanillaware. The 2D presentation is very similar to Odin Sphere in execution.Rebochan 01:36, 12 July 2007 (UTC)