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Submitted by Pozzle 1011d ago | review

Ragnarok Tactics | Blistered Thumbs Review

It is a shame that even strategy junkies might struggle to find enjoyment in Ragnarok Tactics. There really is little to latch onto that stands out as being even remotely memorable. The game is not even bad, it’s just boring because of major design flaws. Yet, generic as Ragnarok Tactics is, the story and its branching paths are able to carry through some of these gameplay issues. Still, Ragnarok fans would be better off sticking with Online or Odyssey. (PS Vita, PSP, Ragnarok Tactics) 5/10

jaggernaut25  +   1011d ago
This is too bad, game looked promising :/
profgerbik  +   1011d ago
Have you played it?
jaggernaut25  +   1011d ago
No, but I've heard quite a few poor impressions from anyone that has had anything to say about it. Will keep an eye on it for myself.

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