The new Ragnarok Labyrinth launched by Gravity Co is a hands-off auto-play game with dungeons and mazes. Also, you also get to battle some quirky monsters. Let’s have a look at some of the first impressions of Ragnarok Labyrinth.
The basic structure of the game is that there is one floor where you battle your enemies. You can play the game with your friends or random players. You get various goodies while fighting these monsters. Once you have fought enough monsters and collected all the blue coins, you get to battle a boss. After defeating the boss, you can go to the next floor, where you get harder enemies and advanced goodies. You can acquire new equipment and gears along the way to make your character stronger. The most unique feature of the game is “Share-vice” in which you can share your characters to grow them.
Job Classes Explained
When you reach level 5 in the game, you can choose you get to choose one job from Archer, Magician, Swordsman, Thief. You can’t change the job once selected until you reach job selection 2. The second job choice is at level 60. The second job choice includes some interesting jobs like Assassin, Hunter, Knight, Rogue, etc. You get to choose your third job when you reach level 140. Here, the jobs you can choose include Assassin Cross, High Wizard, Sniper, Lord Knight, etc.
The main problem which I faced while playing the game is the connectivity issues. The game keeps lagging, and the menu is sometimes glitchy. Also, the game has auto controls which can get a bit boring, and the controls can get really cumbersome in the mazes.
If you are an RO fan, you should definitely check the game out and be ready for a nostalgia trip. The “Share-vice” feature is pretty awesome and is definitely the highlight of the game. Excluding the connectivity issues, the game is quite engaging, and if you are looking to have some fun, this game is definitely for you.
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So that was our Ragnarok Labyrinth Game Review. What are your views on the game? Do you plan to play it, or would you skip it? Do let us know in the comments below.