Games Like Ragnarok Online

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In our list of games like Ragnarok you’ll find many of the best Korean massively multiplayer online role playing games. Remember that you control our lists. By sharing your favorite games on Facebook and Twitter you can cast votes, moving your favorite games up our lists and helping other gamers to find great games.

Ragnarok is a Korean massively multiplayer online role playing game made by video game developer GRAVITY CO. It is based on Ragnarok the manhwa by Lee Myung-jin and was originally released in 2002 for PC. The game met huge success and as a result became an anime series and a sequel called Ragnarok Online 2 : Legend of the Player. In the game you exists in a constantly changing fantasy world viewed from a top down perspective. The game’s world changes through a series of events that take place in the game’s timeline. You must interact with the 3D environment, playing as a 2D character. There are a few different types of gameplay in the gaming, including, Player vs Environment, Guild VS Guild and Player VS Player.

There are many similar games to Ragnarok Online and hundreds of games in the MMORPG genre. See our list below for the best games like Ragnarok. Remember that you control our lists and by sharing your favorite games on Facebook and Twitter you can move them up our lists.

Games like Ragnarok

 

 

 

Elsword

One of the reasons for Elsword’s surge in popularity is thanks to its unique game design. Released in 2007 and featuring excellent MMO gameplay with a focus on skills and combat, Elsword is a side scrolling game that combines both 3D and 2D to create one of the most impressive 2.5 D games that we’ve played.

The gameplay mechanics in Elsword will be familiar to MMORPG fans. They have a large emphasis on skill and when in combat you must rely on precise timing to deliver combos of hits. This creates a skills based gameplay which is far more engaging and enjoyable than the combat seen in most MMORPGs. It allows you to build your skills and to rely on your gameplay precision rather than being at the mercy of stats and figures.

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Blade and Soul

Blade and Soul is all about creating a traditional MMORPG but based around the theme of martial arts. As such there is a lot of fighting and combat that takes place in the game, including some awesome QingGong action. The game takes place in an open world environment in which you must explore the world, completing various missions assigned to you by NPCs.

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Mount and Blade

Mount and Blade is a single player action RPG set in medieval times. It was developed by TaleWorlds and released in September 2006. Mount and Blade was then given a sequel called Warband in 2010. If you haven’t played Mount and Blade yet and you’re looking for a good game like X3 or a game like Eve Online, this is the perfect choice.

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World of Warcraft

World of Warcraft is the biggest massively multiplayer online role playing game of all time. In the game you create your own characters and customise them as you see fit. You then enter a fantasy world and interact with the other characters, both NPCs and humans. There are tons of different areas to explore, quests to complete and many different player versus player modes.

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Wartune

Wartune is a free to play RPG that plays inside the browser so you don’t need to download it. The gameplay is fairly standard fantasy role playing game affair, with turn based combat. The game was released in 2013 and quickly became very popular, partly because it is very easy to pick up and play.

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Order and Chaos

Order and Chaos is a very simple MMORPG that pretty much ticks the genre’s boxes. It’s simple, but not so simple that it lacks depth. There’s still plenty enough in the game to enjoy.

The story is simple, like the gameplay, and has the player fighting on either side of the titular Order (elves and humans) or Chaos (orcs and the undead).

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Neverwinter Nights

everwinter Nights is a free massively multiplayer online role playing game for Windows and was created by video games developer Cryptic Studios. It is based on the Forgotten Realms city of Neverwinter. In the game you can choose from one of six character classes and form groups of up to five player characters. The game is based on a version of Dungeons and Dragons and features many D&D elements like Action Points and healing powers. You can gain action points as you play and use them to level up your characters. You can also create your own quests and adventures by using the games “Foundry” content creation system. The game also features a very strong storyline which gets players hooked into the action and the fantasy world.

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Mabinogi

Mabinogi is a Korean MMORPG by video game developer devCAT studio. The game is based on Irish mythology (despite the fact that the name is taken from Welsch mythology). The game engine uses heavily stylised hand painted textures to create a unique aesthetic. The game is constantly evolving through important “Generations” and “Seasons” (updates). These bring new features like skills and pets, and new areas and also progress the storyline.

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Vindictus

Vindictus is an online role playing game made by Korean video game developer devCAT and is the prequel to the popular MMORPG Mabinogi. The game takes place in the same universe as Mabinogi buthundreds of years prior to the events in Mabinogi, during a time of war. The game is free to play but there are many items available for purchase in the in-game store.

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Knights and Dragons

Gree’s Knights and Dragons is a free to play game that has earned an absolute ton of popularity over recent months. It’s a traditional fantasy RPG that also incorporated elements of city building into the mix. Then it adds a ton of polish to create one of the most well executed games of recent times.

If you take the traditional RPG and splice it with a city building game, you’re pretty much left with Knights and Dragons. You build your city. You then get lots of different resources that help your characters to level up. Then you head into combat against all different manner of beasties. Or, if you can’t be bothered to wait, you can just hop into the game’s store and purchase stuff.

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