I haven't done game reviews since Raptr removed their reviews feature. I did manage to download them all before the feature was removed, but dunno if I'll repost them elsewhere. For now I'll just repost my Ragnarok game reviews here at the very least.
In no particular order, here are my reviews for some of the Ragnarok games.
Never got to play the original Ragnarok Mobile since I didn't have Internet on my mobile phones back then and I didn't get my first smartphone until 2015. Then there's several games that never got released outside of Asia, so no way I could try those out to review them. I have yet to play Ragnarok Battle Offline and don't know if I'll find time to play it between all my projects and managing this wiki.Read more >
It's a shame that GRAVITY will never do this for the Ragnarok franchise.
I mean, I'd be super surprised if GRAVITY declares the spin-off games as canon and tries to link them all together into a cohesive lore along with the manhwa, Ragnarok Online, and Ragnarok Online II. It'd be messed up as heck, though. :U Probably be as convoluted as the Legend of Zelda games or worse.Read more >
It seems GRAVITY has an obsession with renaming their games to make it look like they've made more games than they actually had.
Ragnarok: Valkyrie Uprising = Ragnarok: Path of Heroes = Ragnarok: War of Gods = Ragnarok: Battle of Heroes
Ragnarok: Ash Vacuum = Ragnarok Empire
Ragnarok Online: Prequel = Ragnarok Online Web = Ragnarok Journey
Ragnarok: Renaissance = Ragnarok Revival = Ragnarok R = Ragnarok RUSH
And with Ragnarok Mobile: Eternal Guardians of Love being advertised as Ragnarok M in Korea, I expect that game to be renamed yet again when it actually gets released internationally.
Just look at that list. Only five games, but FIFTEEN FRICKIN' NAMES for those games! As the Angry Video Game Nerd would say: "WHAT WERE THEY THINKING???" And it's only going to get …Read more >
Since I originally hired in back in 2011, I've usually ended up going on rides after rides when I invite my friends into Disneyland and Disney California Adventure. As a result, I've pretty much been on every ride in both parks (sans Mad Tea Party, because you can't make me no matter how much you try). In recent years, I've relegated to coming into the parks for food hunts since Disney started doing food festivals at DCA to get people to go over there.
Just this weekend, I went into the parks with my sister NightAccio and a couple of other friends to tackle not one, not two, but THREE foodie lists!
Adventurous New Tastes at Bengal Barbecue in Disneyland Park
Foodie Guide to Fantasmic-inspired Eats and Sweets at Disneyland Park
Your Guide to Tr…Read more >
Hello Ragnarök fans and welcome to another scintillating episode of The Ragnarök Theorist, where I attempt to piece together the puzzling story of Ragnarök even though it threatens to be as disjointed with inconsistent continuity as the Transformers cartoon franchise.
But enough about that! Onward to Midgard!
Oliver Hilpert, the famous author of the bestselling novel The Crow of Fate and its prequel The Trace of Fate, is a very curious individual. He's well-known for basing his stories on dreams that he has, which seems to be linked to a peculiar ability of his that may suggest that Oliver is not your ordinary norman. In fact, I would be bold to say that he is in actuality an X-MEN!
Kidding. But he's still a mutant.
Remember a charred laboratory …Read more >