The song became one of the triggers for the "Loli Meiko" also the development of the official derivative Meiko Sakine by Nanameue-P and Daigoman. It's featured in the album "Vocaloid Produced by Yamaha". The long/full version, featuring the PV by yumiko, was uploaded 2 years after the original, which surpassed the original in popularity.
The song has various meanings; it may tell of MEIKO who longed for the days of the past. Yuukiss has a tendency to add parts of lyrics / melodies to her other works (so they all are somehow connected); a melody of Nostalogic can be heard in the song FLOWER TAIL sung by KAITO; and FLOWER TAIL has similar lyrics with Fairy-taled sung by MEIKO. Some may interpret that, even though the genre and singers of the three songs are completely different, they may be related in terms of lyrics and melody.
Later this song was featured in the Project Diva game -Project DIVA- f, along with a module named "Blue Crystal", illustrated by "Anko".
On November 5, 2014, yuukiss uploaded a version called, "Nostalogic (MEIKO-SAN mix)" in celebration of MEIKO's 10th Anniversary. This version uses MEIKO's natural tone as opposed to "Loli Meiko". It was however, featured in the album Vocalospace beforehand. This day also marks it where Nostalogic had reached #1 on NicoNico Daily VOCALOID Ranking.
On November 8, 2015 the single edit version had reached one million views, reaching the Hall of Legend.
A version which uses MEIKO's natural tone. It was uploaded during MEIKO's 10th Anniversary and uses the PV of Nostalogic from Project DIVA Arcade. This version has gained over 1,000,000 views on niconico.