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Ragnarok: Tactics - Sony PSP

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Platform : Sony PSP
Rated: Teen
15 customer reviews
Metascore: 65 / 100

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  • Exhilarating Battle Mode & Expansive Battle Unleash powerful Overdrive attacks or Burst Strike, a potent party combination attack An expansive battle grid gives players flexibility and will thrill
  • Interact with Friends: Using the PSP s adho capabilities exchange weapons unlock extra features and equipment with your friends
  • Unique AIZ System: Unique to the series, AIZ Points allow a player to go back and change his/her choices to see situations unfold differently and from different perspectives.
  • Create Your Own Characters: Inspired by Ragnarok Online, players of this version will be able to create their own characters and assign jobs.
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Enter the world of Ragnarok: Tactics and experience an epic tale of heroism and Tragedy Filled withintrigue and action-packed play, Ragnarok: Tacticsbrings a brand-new style to the legendaryRagnarok series.

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  • Product Dimensions: 6.9 x 4.1 x 0.6 inches ; 0.6 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 6, 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,279 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Cheska on November 10, 2012
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Before I begin, I wanted to say that I have written this review with the collector mentality in mind (being one of the last physical PSP games in the NA region), but I have not shied away from my viewpoints of the game itself for those curious to the foundation of the game and if it is for you or not.

I pre-ordered this game over a month before it came out not expecting a top notch game, but I come out of it surprised and finding myself wanting to play it more than I ever thought I would. Ragnarok Tactics is a spin-off to the MMO game, Ragnarok Online, that is based on the more traditional gameplay genre of strategic RPGs, such as Final Fantasy Tactics, Growlanser, Tactics Ogre, and Disgaea. This is not a bad thing, as the game borrows from its original MMO source material such as with its classes such as Assassins, Lord Knight, High Priest, and Shaman (I was the Assassin class myself) in terms of style, and in terms of gameplay offers the ability to heal while sitting, which I loved. The story will not necessarily suck you in, but the simple prospect of having conflict between two sides against each-other while you can divide yourself against the two works well enough and you, as the player, can inflict change depending on which decisions you make at each point during cut-scenes.

The art direction is quite nice, and the pictures do not give it justice. I did not do that much research on the style of the game because I was familiar enough with the series having played it with friends years ago and more recently playing Ragnarok Odyssey (PS Vita), but before I got the game while looking at pictures, I can say I had a hard time identifying if the game was 3D, 2D-3D, what were the characters models composed of, and the like.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Barrett TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 13, 2012
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Even though I believe Gungnir and Jeanne D'Arc are better games on the PSP, I am really having a lot of fun with Ragnarok Tactics. It is a decent comparison versus the aforementioned games as well as Disgaea, Tactics Ogre and Final Fantasy Tactics. But note: the combat system is slow. If you want fast combat, go with FF Tactics or Disgaea. I would say it is around the pace as Gungnir, though Gungnir is more about planning your next move (ala chess) rather than the actual movement and menu presses being slower.

I am playing on a PSP and there are virtually no loading times. The only brief loading times seem to be in menu sections when you want to view the individual stats or change the hero's name. There is little to no loading time in battle. And I didn't install the data either!

The story seems a bit generic at first, but it really gets quite interesting. The premise is the conflict between two countries, and it seems a bit like Radiant Historia. The art is also a little similar to Radiant Historia. You have 2-d sprites on a locked isometric 2d/3d battle screen. Otherwise your characters interact in story like scenes much like the Atelier series or Etrian series. But the characters are likable, and the dialogue is translated wonderfully. I give big points to the translators! Not like Disgaea and the most terrible faux-pas ever: anywayS. There is no S in anyway. EVER!

The music is top notch. It reminds me of a blend of the PS1 and DS Castlevania games and Chrono Cross. The battle scenes are sometimes heavier marches, though often there is a much more mysterious theme playing. I felt the music one of the strongest aspects.

You select your path which affects the story and characters in your party.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By D. Kursave on December 16, 2012
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I consider myself somewhat of an SRPG enthusiast. Starting with Final Fantasy Tactics and moving on through the entire Disgaea series (over 2000 hours across 4 games) and most recently Gungnir. Ragnarok: Tactics is most like FFT, with party members each having their out Action timer, and Jobs/character levels are increased separately. What I like about R:T is the branching storyline. The game allows you to change the story based on which country you wish to side at with any given moment, The level of customization is wonderful, and you can change your party setup at every battle. My biggest complaint however is the pacing of the game. The battles feel long and drawn out, and skills can take a bit to load. Battles can often last upwards of 30 minutes which can making losing one even more frustrating, especially when you lose because a npc moves into a dangerous area and dies.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By kblover on February 26, 2013
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There's nothing groundbreaking or innovative, but that's something overrated anyway. What this game does, it does well. Solid story, interesting characters, good ambiance, and very nice music. It all combines into a game that's easy to understand without being overly basic and is a joy to play.

It's not trying to be super challenging, you can save and load in battles (which is nice on a portable title especially), and the AIZ feature that unlocks after a playthrough is interesting as well. Also interesting is that some of the side scenarios can be followed to a conclusion that also counts as a completed playthrough, or you can continue the current game until you get a "major" ending. I thought both were nice touches.
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