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From the developers who brought Final Fantasy III and Final Fantasy IV to the Nintendo DS comes the next epic handheld role-playing game — Nostalgia! Set in the 19th century — "The Age of Adventure" — Nostalgia immerses gamers into a world filled with treacherous airship battles, elusive treasure hunts, and actionpacked dungeon combat. Prepare to visit popular cities such as Tokyo, London, New York and Cairo as you embark on a quest in search of a world yet unknown…

* High quality 3D graphics that push the envelope of the DS' visual capabilities
* Unique real-world locations including London, New York, Cairo, Tokyo, South Africa and Russia
* A handy notebook feature, which helps players keep track of people, monsters, airships, quests, and other items encountered.
* Briskly-paced gameplay accompanied by a robust mapping system
* Branching skill tree allows for a more customizable combat experience
* Customizable Airships (weapons, armor, special skill attacks) for further interactivity and immersion
* Beautiful in-game cinematic cut-scenes
* A multitude of trap-filled dungeons to explore, including several optional hidden labyrinths
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