Ragnarok Odyssey Coming In February

Sony RPG PS Vita News

In what would be another edition to the thriving hunter, Ragnarok Odyssey, a game based on the popular MMORPG, will see a release on February 2 in Japan for the Playstation Vita. It will be developed by Gravity, the developers behind the MMORPG, with the game published by GungHo Online Entertainment, who are the parent company of Gravity. It joins other offline versions of the game released for the Nintendo DS and Playstation Portable.

In the game, there will be six classes available: sword warrior, hunter, hammersmith, assassin, mage and cleric. It will join the likes of Lord of Apocalypse as one of Vita’s hunter games that will flood the system over its life time. Ad-hoc multiplayer will also be available for the game, so make sure you enjoy the fights with your friends.

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