Summary: Ragnarok Tactics is a very run of the mill tactics game. It features all of the basics and doesn’t do any of them any real injustices. However, it suffers from slow pacing and a lack of any unique ideas. You can still have fun with it if you’re a fan of the genre, but it isn’t going to offer the same kind of depth or intrigue as the more iconic games. If you need a fix, the game can fit the bill well enough. Just don’t expect it to wow you in any way.
Review: Ragnarok Tactics is great, if a little on the easy side
15 November 2012
Excerpt: What a month the Ragnarok series has been having. Hot on the heels of Ragnarok Odyssey, a hopeful PS Vita replacement for the now 3DS-exclusive Monster Hunter franchise, comes Ragnarok Tactics , a tactical JRPG that’s out on PSP for some reason. Oh yeah, and they’re both based on the Korean MMO Ragnarok Online from the early 2000’s. It’s definitely bizarre, and yet Odyssey has been racking up some pretty solid reviews across the board.
Conclusion: O sistema de batalha do jogo também agrega pontos, mas tem elementos que o tornam injusto com algumas classes. Além disso, o pacote seria completo se o game apresentasse todas as classes da versão online – aqui você joga inicialmente com personagens Transclasse, mas não vai ver um Stalker (Desordeiro) ou um Biochemist (Bioquímico), por exemplo.
Pros: Pontos Positivos, História ramificada, Similaridades com o MMO, Elementos de batalha