XSEED Games have announced new two PlayStation Vita games that plan to launched in North America. Localizations for a monster-hunter adventure, Ragnarok Odyssey and the Music Strategy Game, Orgarhythm were set be released at a recent XSEED event. Both games will be available sometime in 2012 as described in GamesRadar;
“This evening at an event held by XSEED, it was announced that the publisher will be bringing both Ragnarok Odyssey and the oddball music strategy game, Orgarhythm, to North America.
Ragnarok Odyssey was previously released in Japan and garnered fairly high praise from famous Japanese gaming magazine Famitsu, earning scores of 9, 8, 8, 7 from their four reviewers.
It is said to be something of a Monster Hunter-style game, and features a focus on “action-heavy” melee combat. It’s being developed by GameArts which has worked on the Lunar and Grandia series.
The other title, Orgarhythm, was just announced a few days ago, and it’s described as a rhythm-based combat game that doesn’t sound too far off from something like a 3D Patapon. Players take control of a God-like figure who controls a set of elemental minions, and use the touch screen to choose formations while using different rhythms for different attacks.
XSEED said the game consists of twelve different maps which never play the same way twice, as the AI remembers your previous tactics and adjusts. It will also have both competitive and cooperative multiplayer….More at Ragnarok Odyssey and Orgarhythm coming to North American Vitas“
Travel around the ruined world and join a campaign to take down monsters and giants from Norse myths. You can enjoy the extremely versatile combat system with chain together massive combo attacks both on the ground and in the air. “Ragnarok Odyssey is an amazing game that players have recognized through its position as one of the best-selling PS Vita titles in Japan,” As Ken Berry, Executive Vice President of XSEED Games said for this game.
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