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Old 05-04-2012, 05:19 AM   #1
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Ragnarok Odyssey/Orgarhythm coming to the US

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Xseed Games has two more PlayStation Vita games in the pipeline. The publisher announced they will localize Ragnarok Odyssey and Acquire’s music/strategy game Orgarhythm. We’re not surprised at the latter since Xseed shares the Orgarhythm copyright with Acquire.



Ragnarok Odyssey is an action game meets Monster Hunter multiplayer style game. Developer Game Arts recently added new features like online play and extra missions to the Japanese release post launch.
http://www.siliconera.com/2012/05/04...nd-orgarhythm/

Ragnarok Odyssey looks interesting glad the PSV is region free.



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Old 05-04-2012, 07:25 AM   #2
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Ah... so thats what Game Arts has been doing... should be making more Grandia. -.-
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They hasn't been a excellent Grandia game in 12 years don't see it happening now.
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I'd still prefer one to ragnarok.
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Monster Hunter Clone instead of the Vanillaware game?

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Monster Hunter Clone instead of the Vanillaware game?

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Thats because Game Arts and Acquire are western friendly and actually try and get there games released Worldwide.
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They hasn't been a excellent Grandia game in 12 years don't see it happening now.
I would even take more grandia 3 and grandia Xtreme over ragnarok. Aslong as the combat system is there, the game is fun to play.
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Xseed is bringing the music meets real time strategy game Orgarhythm to North America. The PlayStation Vita title is set for release this summer. The game will ship with a set of songs for players to tap to and more will be available as downloadable content.



And Xseed is looking for indie musicians to submits songs for Orgarhythm. They didn’t give us a contact address specifically for this, so maybe you can ping them via Facebook if you’re interested?



Sibling rivalry is at the core of Orgarhythm’s story, which has two brothers at war…



There once were two brothers who served as gods, ruling over all creation and destruction. One day, they both decided to settle down on a particular planet. The older of the two chose to make his home underground so he could be closer to the energies of the planet itself, while the younger of the two chose to make his home on the surface where he could feel the heat of the sun.

Eventually, both gods decided they would create life to keep them company and do their bidding. The older brother created loyal followers from his destructive side, while the younger brother created loyal followers from his creative side. The older brother and his followers then proceeded to devour the planet’s energy from within and destroy everything they could get their hands on, while the younger brother and his followers cultivated the earth, turning the surface world into a land of plenty.

It was only a matter of time, however, before the older brother’s followers found their way out of the underworld, resuming their swath of destruction up above. And while the younger brother had up until now turned a blind eye to his older sibling’s misdeeds, he could no longer sit idly by. For the sake of his people, the young god had no choice but to take up arms and join the fight…
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Last night, Xseed Games announced that they would publish PlayStation Vita titles, Ragnarok Odyssey and Orgarhythm, sometime this year. What they didn’t specify was whether these games would be retail or download releases. That part is a little clearer now.



Ragnarok Odyssey will be a retail title for certain, Xseed’s production assistant confirmed to RPGamer editor, Michael Cunningham, over Twitter this morning. Orgarhythm, may not be, although this hasn’t been confirmed yet. Pre-orders for Ragnarok Odyssey will be available soon.
Good to see it's retail at least, meant to be pretty good.
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I'd rather have had the other game.

Too bad XSeed are too incompetent. This is hardly a makeup gift.
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Apprantly Ragnarok is one of the most requested games they get so clearly some people want it. It got some good scores on release.
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Mostly koreans and people who want free anime looking games.
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Mostly koreans and people who want free anime looking games.
In the USA that is.
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That would be the second part of what I said.
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Old 05-04-2012, 05:46 PM   #14
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Only problem it isn't free...? maybe your thinking of Ragnarok on the PC this is a different spin-off title.
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Yes, but majority of the fans of that series in the US were mostly teenagers who played it because it was free. Playing it at school etc. I cant recall too many normal console ragnarok games, especially in english.
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