In 2008, Matrix Software and Red Entertainment teamed up to develop a turn-based Role-playing game for the Nintendo DS appropriately titled Nostalgia. Incorporating classic JRPG gameplay and mechanics with modern visuals, this game was designed to tug at the heart strings of ageing gamers while still managing to provide an experience for the younger among us to enjoy. As our review shows, Nostalgia’s intended charm was effective, proving that there’s plenty of room for classic goodness to sneak its way into the pantheon of modern gaming. Following in this trend, Kemco designed and developed Grinsia, a mobile game that employed similar gameplay to the classic JRPGs of old, even going so far as to incorporate a 16-bit art style reminiscent of similar Super Nintendo forays. Now Nicalis, a developer best known for porting and publishing indie hit Cave Story, has brought Grinsia to the eShop, finally giving 3DS owners the chance to experience a game that should feel right at home.