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Nostalgia - World Wide Adventure Trailer

Posted by Corbie Dillard

See the various locations you'll be traveling to in the game.

Ignition Entertainment has just released the brand new World Wide Adventure trailer for their upcoming Nintendo DS RPG Nostalgia.

The trailer shows off the many locations you'll be visiting throughout your adventure, each of them featuring their own unique look and style. You can check out the video below, along with the press release information that accompanied it.

Ignition Entertainment has released the latest trailer for the Nintendo DS exclusive Nostalgia – a game of world travel, strategy and, of course, treasure hunting, flying in a hot air balloon and battling evildoers! The new trailer reveals the real world locations players will encounter throughout Nostalgia including Cairo, St. Petersburg, Tokyo, Easter Island and New York along with the various location based enemies players will battle over the course of their exploration.

Set in an alternate 19th century, Nostalgia immerses gamers into a world filled with treacherous airship battles, elusive treasure hunts, and action-packed dungeon combat. Nostalgia gives players control of the main character Eddie, son of a legendary British explorer, and a cast of fellow adventurers who set off on an epic journey that takes them around the world. Nostalgia’s epic air ship battles, and the exploration of expansive maps through the air brings another dimension to the traditional role-playing game and adds to the fighting party-based battles which take place in dungeons throughout the game.

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We'll have more information on Nostalgia as it becomes available, as well as a full review of the game shortly after it hits North American store shelves on October 27th.


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User Comments (9)



Objection said:

This game is really looking good. I look forward to trying out its aerial combat, as it seems quite varied, as well as the traditional RPG battles, now with 50% more guns!



Digiki said:

Looks quiet good, hopefully it achieves it's potential.

But where's Canada!?



RevolverLink said:

I've been keeping my eye on this one and I'm hoping it turns out to be a keeper because I find the game's concept very intriguing.

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