Rangarok Online DS is squeaking into stores next Thursday and the game is in a bad spot. Dissidia: Final Fantasy, Tales of Hearts, and Suikoden: Tierkreis come out on the same day. The following week Sega will release Phantasy Star Zero, which unlike Ragnarok Online DS, supports online play for most of the game. Despite the title, the only part of Ragnarok Online DS you can play online is the Tower of Mirages.
Gungho Works seems more focused on delivering a single player experience set in the Ragnarok Online universe. Ragnarok Online DS introduces some new features like two classes: a Dark Knight and Shaman plus a cast of original characters shown in this trailer.
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