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Ragnarok Odyssey Stomps onto Western Vitas This Year

Posted by Sammy Barker

Orgarhythm too

XSEED may have scrapped plans to release Vanillaware’s gorgeous Grand Knights History overseas, but it has replaced the PSP RPG with a handful of hotly anticipated Vita titles.

The localisation specialist has confirmed that it will be bringing the Monster Hunter-inspired Ragnarok Odyssey to North America, in addition to Acquire’s quirky music title, Orgarhythm.

Both titles are scheduled to release this year on Sony’s shiny new handheld, rounding out a pretty impressive 2012 line-up for the niche game publisher.

[via siliconera.com]

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User Comments (6)

Stuffgamer1

#3

Stuffgamer1 said:

XSeed doesn't have a European branch, so...yeah.

Always good to see them working on something. Can't say I blame them for dropping a PSP game...certainly nobody would buy it retail. Could've sold well to enthusiasts on PSN, especially on Vita, but whatever.

get2sammybAdmin

#4

get2sammyb said:

@Stuffgamer1 I imagine Rising Star or Ghostlight will pick it up if it comes overseas. They do similar work to XSEED but for the European market.

Slapshot

#5

Slapshot said:

If I'm finished with Disgaea 3 and Persona 4 by then, I'll be grabbing Ragnarok Odyssey for sure. I'm still holding out hope that Capcom will be dropping a surprise Monster Hunter announcement for Vita at E3! :)

CanisWolfred

#6

CanisWolfred said:

I was expecting this to boost the Vita's sales over in Japan, but I see it didn't. Still, nice to see us getting to play it.

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