Submitted by Jamiex66 1036d ago | review

Ragnarok Odyssey Review |Analog Addiction

Analog Addiction Writes:"The concept of having Monster Hunter on Vita shouldn’t seem foreign to handheld users. Hell, by all accounts Vita-owners should be treated to the news that an actual Monster Hunter title is in development. However, with Monster Hunter 4 being developed for the 3DS and only the 3DS, the cash-cow game of the east seems more and more unlikely to find its way to Sony’s newest handheld, at least not soon. Perhaps then, we can find solace in Korea’s own attempt to cash-in on the well-known action-RPG formula that Mon-Hun has made so popular? Ragnarok Odyssey is the latest spin-off from the Ragnarok Online MMO; it is a game that attempts to replicate an addicting formula, but falls short in several keys areas that make other action-RPGs so addicting. That being said, it did show a few positives hidden below its many layers of banality." (PS Vita, Ragnarok Odyssey) 6.1/10

PuertoRicanVolta  +   1036d ago
Its well thought out...But I think the game deserves a bit more than a 6.1... Maybe that just me though
G20WLY  +   1035d ago
It's not just you! ;)

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