Depends on the player. RO is definitely more fluid and has better controls. MH is intensely more deep though. --- PSN: nightshade6903 GT:nightshade6903 I am not a Republican or a Democrat, I am a conservative
#5NettoSaitoPosted 2/21/2013 8:12:41 PM
Depends on the player. RO is definitely more fluid and has better controls. MH is intensely more deep though.
This. RO is more hack and slash, while MH is more about planning, and learning enemy attack patterns. --- 3DS FC - [1203-9218-7780] | XBL - [NettoSaito] | PSN - [NettoSaito] | Nintendo Network - [NettoSaito] Netto's Game Room - http://nettosgameroom.blogspot.com/
#6DarkLink346Posted 2/21/2013 8:19:55 PM
The controls for the 3DS version aren't fantastic. Maybe I've spent too many (hundreds) of hours on the PSP, but they'll take some getting used to on here. That said, I didn't like RO very well, even with more familiar controls. Maybe I'm just too attached to MH. --- Use the damn search button! http://monsterhunter.wikia.com/wiki/Monster_Hunter_Wiki
#7kjhoveyPosted 2/21/2013 8:24:15 PM
You can't honestly say anything is better when comparing a demo to a full game. --- GT=kjhovey v2 PSN= kjhovey Nintendo Network ID= kjhovey
#8GhetsisPosted 2/21/2013 8:25:25 PM
Ragnarok Odyssey isn't a very good game at all, and I say this as someone who spent $50 on the Mercenary Edition.
The combat is incredibly button-mashy, the card drop rates are horrid, and the classes aren't balanced at all. --- For those players who don't speak Australian, we have provided an English translation of the previous scene. Do you want to replay the scene?