The lights are on
Nicalis, the publisher behind bringing indie games like VVVVVV and Cave
Story to consoles, is bringing Kemco's now former mobile exclusive JRPG,
Grinsia, to PCs (and Mac and Linux machines) and 3DS.
Here's the game's plot overview:
"Grinsia follows a family of three treasure hunters who go out in search of some ancient ruins said to be full of untold riches. Their adventure begins with little incident, but little do they know that they’ll be caught up in a more sinister plot as the fate of the world hangs in the balance."
The game is being improved over the mobile version with a new 16-bit soundtrack, dual-screen support (for the 3DS version), and better controls. As you can see in the trailer below, the game harkens back to the Super Nintendo era of of RPGs.
If you simply can't wait to check out Grinsia on your computer or 3DS, you can head here to download the game on iOS or Android.
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Well, if they're bringing it over, it must already show some promise.
Those screenshots are very...intriguing.
Nicalis, the port king.
maybe a dingo ate your baby
Ahh good, because the 3DS was lacking in JRPG's....
Wait, that doesn't sound right.
Still, it looks pretty sharp. I look forward to it.
Well if Nicalis is publishing it, it got my atention
i really only like retro games when they have good sprites and deep gameplay mechanics... this looks like a crap nes rpg at best.
Alright...it...might be good,iv got a lot better rpgs in my backlog better looking and playing then this though..