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Liz Maas
Even More Ragnarok Odyssey Videos, Screens
Have some random gameplay details, too.
01.17.12 - 6:33 PM

To accompany the many videos and screens we've seen of the game as of late, GameArts and GungHo Online Entertainment shared even more media of Ragnarok Odyssey, the latest not-so-online adaptation of Ragnarok Online. Below are two more really short class videos: The Cleric and the Hunter, respectively.

Next are two big foes you'll no doubt run into. Meet Grendel, and then Hraesvelgr.

As usual, you'll find the accompanying screenshots in the gallery linked below. The game's official website shared a few gameplay tidbits, too. The card system is how you'll customize your character. Enemies drop these, and you can equip multiple cards to your character to give them various skills and abilities, with about 400 skills in total. You can also change jobs throughout the game after you've gone past a certain point. Even though your character retains his/her stats, sometimes a job switch makes the most sense for certain missions.

Ragnarok Odyssey releases in Japan on February 2nd, but Vita owners can try a demo later this week, on the 19th.


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