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Submitted by Spectator1 758d ago | review

Ragnarok Odyssey Review | gamrReview

gamrReview: "We're not looking at a system seller or killer app here, but Ragnarok Odyssey is an effective and fun action RPG for any owner of the Vita, and definitely worth your money if you have even the slightest desire to pick it up. Valhalla awaits." (PS Vita, Ragnarok Odyssey) 7.7/10

CalvinKlein  +   758d ago
I really like this game alot. Ive finished the main story and am now working on the extra missions. I dont normally like these types of games from the demos of MH and lords of arcania that I played on PSP but this game has a more action focus and the co-op online is really fun. Ont thing it these gas have crappy tiny environments linked together but in this game the loads between tehm are instant so you sont really notice.
DarkHeroZX  +   758d ago
add me you you own this game. My psn is BlackZeroZX
tiffac008  +   758d ago
This is the game that convinced two of my friends to buy a Vita.
Fullmetalevolust  +   757d ago
Feel free to add me too, my psn s/n is the same as on N4G. :)

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