Posted July 3, 2013 by Ryan Villanueva in Gaming

Ragnarok: Valkyrie Uprising Game Review

During the early part of this decade, around early 2000s, a time where internet connections are becoming more accessible to Filipino households, internet and network games also became popular. Most kids and teenagers (me included) would flock computer cafés (a popular term used by computer shops then but didn’t really offer any kind of food or beverage) and play games like Counter-Strike, Diablo, Starcraft, Command and Conquer and of course the ever popular Massively Multiplayer Role-Playing Game during that time, Ragnarok.

Ragnarok: Valkyrie Uprising


Ragnarok was such a hit that almost every kid I know was playing it. After Ragnarok, was introduced it became such a trend that other MMORPGs soon followed. Almost a decade has passed since Ragnarok was introduced, games have come and gone,Ragnarok is one of the games that stood the test of time. It may not be as popular as it used to be, due to the wide selection of games available today, Ragnarok is still available for play and it even released a mobile version, Ragnarok: Valkyrie Uprising.


Ragnarok: Valkyrie Uprising lets you play with players around the world.








Ragnarok: Valkyrie Uprising lets you connect to your Facebook profile.







Ragnarok: Valkyrie Uprising lets you enjoy the same features as the original.








Ragnarok: Valkyrie Uprising, is available for free download at both iOS and Google Play. It plays just like the original version and you could now play it anywhere since it’s on mobile. Of course since it’s an online game, you need to have a smart phone and a data connection to play. Fans would surely enjoy the nostalgia Ragnarok: Valkyrie Uprising brings as it plays just like the original. Ragnarok: Valkyrie Uprising is complete with guilds, party systems, pets, porings, PvPs and of course the cute classic anime characters. In Ragnarok: Valkyrie Uprising, you get to choose among three classic character classes, a swordsman, a mage or an acolyte. I just hope that the game’s developers would release other character classes as well.  If its classic gaming or nostalgia that you’re after or if you’ve grown tired of Temple Run or stuck at a level in Candy Crush, Ragnarok: Valkyrie Uprising is surely worth that download.

Ryan Villanueva

Your resident all around Flipgeek, from comics,movies,games,toys,music and even sports. A big Spider-man fan raised in the ways of the Jedi,who listens to punk rock and a sucker for chick flicks.