Developer Youren and Publisher Gravity Interactive's browser based entry into the Ragnarok franchise, Ragnarok Journey, hit the Steam platform two days ago. Since then, it has received less than stellar reviews.
In fact, the ratio of thumbs-down to thumbs-up is approximately 4-to-1 -- and that's if you ignore the fact that some of those thumbs-up are people asking why they can't load the game.
Most of the complaints seem to be that the game doesn't require much actual playing on the part of the players... and that it's a poor-man's version of Ragnarok.
That said, there are some people in extreme support of the game in the review list. You can check it out on Steam now.
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