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Submitted by miyamoto 1197d ago | article

Ragnarok Odyssey Playtest: Infinite Air-Dashing Enters The Mix

PlayStation Vita action game, Ragnarok Odyssey, is just a day away from its release in North America. It would be hard to classify the game under a specific genre when you look at it as a whole, but it definitely shares traits with “hunting games”—where players team up, battle large enemies, and gather loot—such as Monster Hunter, Gods Eater Burst and Phantasy Star Portable.

Ragnarok Odyssey includes many of the fine qualities that define the hunting genre: the endless slaughtering of peon monsters followed by huge boss fights; borderline OCD moments of feeling the need to collect materials to create better gear and ridiculous Great Swords. So, what makes it different? (PS Vita, Ragnarok Odyssey)

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