XSEED has said Ragnarok Odyssey is “off to a strong start i terms of pre-orders.” Speaking with Siliconera, the firm’s director of publishing, Ken Berry, said he thinks the title will do “really well,” as the firm had “tons and tons of requests,” for the title. Berry also said the team is working on obtaining the extra content released with the Vita title in Japan, but there are many things to consider such as size limitations. “There is some content that may need to come afterwards,” he said. “We’re working it out with the development team and they definitely want to put as much content on as possible for the US release.” Ragnarok Odyssey is slated for a summer release at retail and through PSN in North America.
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Ragnarok Odyssey Ace is already available in North America, but European players don’t have too much longer to wait.
Ragnarok Odyssey ACE, a revised and expanded version of the original Ragnarok Odyssey, has a launch trailer available below the break. The game releases today for PlayStation 3 and PS Vita through the PS Store and at retail. The game also comes with day-one DLC, which we posted for you previously.