Kritika: Reboot anime MMORPG goes live with original developer ALLM

Kritika: Reboot anime MMORPG

Second chances, don't you just love them? This is exactly what is happening with Kritika: Reboot, the Korean anime action MMORPG – or RPG, if you're strict about what instanced games and concurrent players mean to you. The surprising news was revealed in October, and just a few weeks later, the game is ready for you to play.

It's not entirely clear what this relaunch means to the game, but it's apparent that there is a community for it. Kritika players were looking forward to this relaunch and are hoping that its comeback is relieved of harsh monetization practices.

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So far, the community seems pleased with the return of Kritika: Reboot, saying that it is a fun game with stylish moves and excellent gameplay. Based on our time playing it, we're inclined to agree. It is similar to Vindictus or SoulWorker, in that you move around small hubs and enter instanced dungeons with a few other players.

Kritika Online was previously released in North America and Europe by En Masse Entertainment. The publisher is also servicing another anime brawler, Closers, as well as the action MMORPG Tera. Players weren't pleased with the way that En Masse handled Kritika, and the game shut down in April 2019.

Kritika: Reboot is available on Steam and is once again free-to-play, so why don't you give it a shot?

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