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Ragnarok Odyssey hitting PS Vita October 30

7:30 PM on 10.10.2012

Jim Sterling

Former Reviews Editor

Ragnarok n' roll!

XSEED Games has today nailed down the release date for Ragnarok Odyssey, confirming that the spin-off handheld adventure will hit the PS Vita on October 30. 

While not a player of Ragnarok Online, I've been getting steadily more pumped for Odyssey. It's far more my speed, and I'm not one to refuse a promising PlayStation Vita game. Seems that a few of those have been popping up lately -- I hope it gives the system a boost. 

Odyssey's physical version will be available as a $49.99 "Mercenary Edition," featuring 10 in-game Monster Cards, a soundtrack CD, and a 96-page guide book. A regular version will be downloadable via PSN and physically obtainable for $39.99. 

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