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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 1004d ago | review

Game Critics: Ragnarok Odyssey Review

Game Critics: Developers that emulate successful formulas are faced with a difficult problem: how to create something that's at least as good as the inspiration, if not better? It's a tough thing to do, and titles that take the "me-too" approach run the risk of being categorized as ignorable imitations. Consider then, the questionable wisdom of copying something that's not just successful, but something that sets the standard for its genre. (PS Vita, Ragnarok Odyssey) 4.5/10

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