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America - Front

America - Back

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VGChartz Score
8.2
                         

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Alternative Names

Nostalgeo no Kaze

ノスタルジオの風

Developer

Matrix Software / RED Entertainment

Genre

Role-Playing

Release Dates

10/27/09 Ignition Entertainment
11/06/08 Tecmo
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Community Stats

Owners: 30
Favorite: 0
Tracked: 1
Wishlist: 9
Now Playing: 1
 
8.3

Avg Community Rating:

 

Nostalgia - Summary

Set in an alternate-reality version of 19th-century Earth, Nostalgia casts you as Eddie, a headstrong Londoner who amasses a group of memorable companions to traverse the world in his steampunk-inspired zeppelin. As you navigate the open skies, you’ll explore mysterious foreign locales, slay all manner of fantastical enemies, complete a variety of thrilling quests, and ultimately, save the world from unfathomable evil.

Features

  • Ambitious, fully 3D polygonal graphical engine offers dramatic, sweeping camera angles and impressive vistas rarely seen in a DS title.
  • Cohesive, anime-inspired art direction that effectively captures the game’s turn-of-the-century charm.
  • Travel to incredibly unique, non-traditional RPG locales via airship including London, New York, Cairo, Africa, and Russia.
  • Features two distinct combat engines: One is a brisk, turn-based close-quarters melee between your party members and monsters; while the other offers thrilling, large-scale airship battles. In addition, your battle skills are scored at the conclusion of each conflict, inspiring strategic mastery.
  • Handy in-game notebook feature keeps track of people, monsters, airships and items you’ve run across.
  • Plenty of user-defined customization, allowing the player to trick out his or her airship with various weapons, armor types, and special skill attacks. The player can also choose character-specific skills from a branching tree for a more personalized experience.
  • Explore a variety of diverse, engaging dungeons that include brain bending puzzles and tricky Indiana Jones-style traps.
  • Optional quest system inspires players to approach the adventure from a less linear perspective, extending the life of the gameplay experience.

Sales History

Total Sales
0.02m
Japan
0.16m
NA
0.00m
Europe
0.01m
Others
0.19m
Total
1 7,797 n/a n/a 7,797
2 2,678 n/a n/a 2,678
3 1,640 n/a n/a 1,640
4 1,219 n/a n/a 1,219
5 1,065 n/a n/a 1,065
6 946 n/a n/a 946
7 881 n/a n/a 881
8 840 n/a n/a 840
9 753 n/a n/a 753
10 250 n/a n/a 250

Opinion (14)

novasonic posted 23/06/2011, 06:27
I tried to hard to find a new copy of this, but today I cracked and bought a used one from EB. Beautiful game! I'm about 5 hours in and loving it sofar.
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oni-link posted 01/04/2011, 09:42
one of the best looking DS games out there!!!
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Fededx posted 16/03/2011, 03:59
Bought it today, beautiful graphix!
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Fededx posted 16/03/2011, 03:59
Bought it today, beautiful graphix!
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MLight80 posted 21/02/2010, 02:32
I really got into this game. Very well done overall! It's a shame it didn't sell well.
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Imphamis posted 03/02/2010, 04:36
This instantly became nostalgic the day it was released.
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