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Submitted by playswitch 898d ago | review

Ragnarok Odyssey (PS Vita) - Review on Popzara

Has all the components to craft a unique JRPG challenge, but continually misses the point; still manages to be a serviceable fantasy JRPG that should get most through the Vita's dry spell.

Full review by Brittany "Molotov Cupcake" Vincent. (PS Vita, Ragnarok Odyssey) C/A

profgerbik  +   898d ago
See what I mean? This sounds exactly like the last one I just read.. and IGN's.. Do these people think for themselves for christ's sake?
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