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    Gravity Interactive is taking their MMORPG Ragnarok Online mobile with a new single-player version for iOS devices set to launch this Friday.

    Press Release, Release Date, News, Official Announcements
    Tue, Aug 02, 2011
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    Free-to-play is a model that seems to be catching on quite regularly with many developers and another game you might have heard of has just joined the ranks of the free. Gravity Interactive recently announced that it has tossed out the subscription model for its MMORPG, Ragnarok Online, and not the call is out to all heroes to return to Midgard and play for free.

    Players will have the option to play Ragnarok Online for free or take advantage of a VIP subscription, which will include increased experience gains, larger storage capacity, monster drops and access to special NPCs and areas. Check out the official press release after the break for more details.

    Press Release, Official Announcements
    Fri, Apr 08, 2011
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    Gravity Interactive if joining the fight against world hunger and providing the more than 4.5 million gamers enjoying their games to do the same.

    Press Release, Official Announcements
    Thu, Dec 10, 2009
  • Free to play game Aurora Blade has been accused of copying artwork and systems from other games, specifically Ragnarok Online.

    Tue, Dec 02, 2008
  • Ragnarök subscription prices decrease!

    Gravity Europe announces a drop of its subscription prices on Ragnarök Online.

    Here is the new price list:

    Press Release, Official Announcements
    Tue, Apr 29, 2008
  • Odin, have you seen Loki?
    GamerGod has posted a Ragnarok Online interview featuring Head Developer, Jaewoo Ahn. It's amazing how specialized the industry is becoming when staff are hired just to develop heads.

    Gamergod.com was recently able to speak with Jaewoo Ahn, Head Developer
    for Ragnarok Online. We asked him three questions about his game, what
    he has learned from it, and the plans for the future of RO, and RO2.
    Here are his answers:

    You can read the entire Ragnarok Online Interview at GamerGod.
    Still yearning for more?

    Features, Interviews
    Fri, Nov 11, 2005
  • If you ever wanted to game with "Precious Moments" figurines...
    Ragnarok Online is for you. This dev journal focuses on the frustrations involved with trying to localize a game for audiences around the world. Here's the most ridiculous quote I could find, and yes I think they're serious!

    " In Juno, the capital city of Schwaltzwald Republic, there is an NPC named “Le Morpheus”.The name was made after Morpheus, a character from the movie “The Matrix” which became a hot trend in 2002. In the movie, ‘Morpheus’ tells ‘Neo’, who is another hero of the movie, that he can move to a different world if he takes either a red or blue pill. Interestingly, this has a thread of connection with a Korean folklore about an evil ghost staying in the bathroom and offering red or blue toilet paper. "

    This article is full of multicultural oddities: the Ragnarok Online dev journal at MMORPG.com.
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    Tue, Oct 11, 2005
  • Thor, where are you when we need you?
    GamerGod has reviewed Ragnarok Online, taking a long look at a game some say is long in the tooth. We're sure some celebrity has named their child Odin, but we can't figure out who, so let's pretend we found them and that they said this:

    First, if you are a gamer who can only find happiness in crisp, surreal
    graphics with fully realized 3-D characters, environments you can
    practically smell the grass in, weather effects that make you check
    your windows, and sounds so real you hear the trees rustle at your
    passing, Ragnarok Online (RO) is not for you. If, however, you are of
    the breed of MMORPG players who cares more about game playability and
    community, you may want to give Ragnarok Online a try. From extreme
    template customization through the ability to acquire and combine a
    nearly limitless amount of weapon upgrade combinations, Ragnarok Online
    delivers an open-ended game experience suitable for all types of

    You can read the entire Ragnarok Online Review at GamerGod.
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    Tue, Oct 04, 2005
  • The moment you've been waiting for is almost here! Ragnarok 2 will be released! Let's hope it promises as much shitty gameplay and eye tiring graphics as the original.
    1UP is reporting that Ragnarok 2 will be revealed in all of its tramphy anime glory at the Tokyo Game Show. We are 100% absolutely confident they they may have written this:

    " At the Ragnarok Festival IV held back in July, Gravity said that everyone should hold tight; they will reveal Ragnarok 2 Online at the Tokyo Game Show. Keeping good on their promise, Gravity plans to reveal the game to the public and give an announcement about the company's future plans at the show on September 16th. "

    You can read the entire Ragnarok 2 Announcement at 1UP
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    Mon, Aug 29, 2005
  • Norse Mythology Cringes.
    MMORPG has posted a Ragnarok Developer's Diary with Cianar Cabos. Odin declined comment, but Thor had this to say about that, or this:

    " When I think about my job, I ask myself with puzzled wonderment, "How did I get here?" Not the kind of puzzled wonderment like I just woke up from a dazed stupor beside three of the Laker Girls or discovered I'm immune to bullets as they pass right through me. The feeling I’m talking about is much like the first time I sat down in one of those electronic full body massage chairs: peculiar—I was essentially being massaged by a robot after all—yet undeniably good. "

    You can read the entire Ragnarok Online Developer Diary at MMORPG.

    Features, Interviews
    Thu, Aug 18, 2005
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