Grandia (Japanese: グランディア, Gurandia) is a console role-playing game and the first title in the Grandia series developed by Game Arts originally for the Sega Saturn in 1997.
Since then, it has been ported to the Sony PlayStation, and was published in North America and Europe for the first time by SCEA and Ubisoft respectively in 1999 and 2001. It was later repackaged and sold at a budget price as part of the "Ubisoft Exclusive" range in Europe.
Grandia is often compared with the Studio Ghibli anime film Laputa: Castle in the Sky, released in 1986. They share a very similar plot and are also alike in their visual design and musical score.