Summary: Nostalgia is meant to be a flashback to RPGs from the late 90s/early 00s. It has the same basic mechanics of games like Final Fantasy VII and Chrono Trigger with the few modifications based around the limitations and advantages of the DS format. This mechanic has never really died, especially not in portable games, so a lot of the nostalgia they're appealing to is not as old as they claim. Perhaps if they had released it for the Wii, PS3, or X-Box...
Summary: RPG games are our best friends-they keep us going! I played this game briefly,yet in the little time I did,it was great! Even my sister enjoyed it too! It's hard getting around to all these RPG games,because we have quite a number of them-they are quite an experience! We deeply appreciate your big time business,and making OUR experience with you all the best in shopping with you!! We love you all!
Summary: i love this game. it has everything all the classics do.. its pure turn-based, cool places to go, and the two different kinds of turn based battles makes it unique. i love having to save up for airship parts, i love saving up the SP points and distributing them to advance the skills, i love the sheer amount of detail, and extra stuff to do. recommended if you like dragon quest series, old school final fantasy, shadow hearts series. THIS GAME IS GREAT.
Summary: So the good news first: It's a very traditional old school RPG game as far as combat, random battles, and exploring dungeons. Now for the bad: The story has about as much depth as the first Final Fantasy game. The characters are boring and very predictable. The way you move from town to town is also a pain in the butt.
Summary: I did enjoy this game for a while, but it eventually began to drag on me. Not really anything amazing combat or gameplay-wise, but nothing really wrong with it either. Turn-based combat fans will probably enjoy it and stick with it more than I did.