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.