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Kritika Online

Kritika Online is an anime-styled 3D MMORPG that features action-packed gameplay, supported by a variety of playable classes that deal massive damage. Enter a variety of instances or PvP battlegrounds to chain skills for combos and attain experience to level up.

Publisher: En Masse
Type: Action MMORPG
Release Date: June 8, 2016 (SEA)
PvP: Team-based Battlegrounds
Pros: +Variety of playable classes. +Distinct anime-styled graphics. +Stylish combat animations.
Cons: -Stamina system.

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Kritika Online Overview

Kritika Online is a free-to-play 3D anime inspired fantasy MMORPG with action elements. The game features persistent hubs and instanced dungeons, much like HeroWarz and Vindictus. Players can choose from a variety of playable classes that branch out into specialized, unique versions of those classes, offering party composition a lot of variation. Kritika's controls are one of the game's highlights, keeping it simple with a limited amount of skills bound to keys that can chain into attacks and boost the character's Ex Gauge. It puts focus on multiplayer gameplay thanks to its fully instanced zones, which are often supported by kill quests found in the game's towns. Its mobile version, Kritika: The White Knights, is currently available globally and shares many similarities with its PC counterpart, although they are not entirely the same game, each having unique graphics, modes, and skills.

Kritika Online Key Features:

  • Variety of Distinct Classes – pick from character classes that include: a Warrior class that branches into Fist, Blade Master, or Executor; or a Rogue class that branches into Wind Blade, Assassin, or Sirius; with more planned to release.
  • Action-Packed Combat – chain skills together to create devastating combos in fast-paced monster combat.
  • Multiplayer Focused Gameplay – check the LFG board and team up with players to enter the game's massive selection of instances and PvP modes.
  • Unique Anime-Styled Graphics – enter a bright, stylized world with awesome spell effects and equipment inspired by popular anime series.
  • Character Customization – customize skill builds, choose a character's looks, and enchant their equipment to show off individuality and add distinction to parties.

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System Requirements

Kritika Online System Requirements

Minimum Requirements:

Operating System: Windows Vista/7/8
CPU: Dual Core 2.0GHz or more
Video Card: GeForce 7600 or Radeon 3850
Hard Disk Space: 6GB

Recommended Requirements:

Operating System: Windows Vista/7/8
CPU: Quad Core 2.0GHz or more
Video Card: GeForce 9600 or Radeon 4650
Hard Disk Space: 6GB


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Additional Info

Kritika Online Additional Information

Developer: All-M
Publisher: NHN Hangame, Game On

Announcement Date: May 13, 2011
Closed Beta 1 Date: May 24, 2012 to May 27, 2012
Closed Beta 2 Date: October 18, 2012 to October 24, 2012
Open Beta Release Date (Korea): February 26, 2013
Release Date (Korea): August 28, 2014

SEA Open Beta: June 8, 2016 (English)

NA/EU Closed Beta: May 24, 2017

NA / EU Steam Launch: September 28, 2017

Development History / Background:

Kritika Online is developed by All-M, a game developer notable for creating Lunia: Record of Lunia War, and published by NHN Hangame in Korea, and Game On in Japan. The game is also available in China, and has been announced to release in the Philippines and Thailand through the publisher Playpark. The game was first announced at eX 2011 on May 13, 2011, and saw two rounds of closed beta in mid-late 2012, available to Korean players. It entered an open beta phase on February 26, 2013, and has grown greatly in popularity since. It was officially released on August 28, 2014 to Korean audiences, and its Japanese and Chinese servers releasing shortly after. A mobile version of the game, Kritika: The White Knights, was released in English to a global audience on July 15, 2014.

A North American / European version of Kritika was launched by En Masse Entertainment, the company best known for publishing Tera, on May 24th, 2017. A Steam launch followed shortly after on September 28, 2017.

  • Kami Hank

    hopefully we get some news on a North America release all i see is possibilities from different websites

  • Aleksandar Pettkovic

    best game ever im play this game 3 days and game is really good no lag or laggy for me really good optimized btw add me Sevex blood fairy ^^

  • Jaeggerjack

    Just now I saw a Video from En Masse Entertainment that signifys a western release (atleast NA) from Kritika!!

    • Thank you for letting us know!

  • Robbie Robinson

    If you are reading this, the NA release has been out for a while now, and i must say MMO's never caught my attention until this one. This is is an amazing game and every class is fun to play. The combat is like no other RPG i've played up to this point, and it's extremely addictive. They are adding new dungeons and content all the time and they heavily reward the player base. We have an active player base of about 650 on the NA server. I'd love to see it get to 1mil. Give this a shot, and try to enjoy the grind. It's worth it, I promise.

  • BigRed

    Kritika online is a wonderful great experience game especially from their publishers on NA "enmasse Entertainment"
    but the community itself is very toxic and unsupported for new players or for better wording "none new player friendly"
    Everyone that is top 10 in their classes talk trash about each class and only support certain classes. For example Vamp/ Doomblade / or psion also known as eclair. The community dose not support other classes as much as those classes that i have mention. The game itself is a great game lack some content but you can do a lot even with the lack of content. Farming, exploring other classes, and even meeting some few players that support the game in a positive way.
    EnmassEntertainment has their own discord that listen to all comments about the game even when players talk really bad about each class in the game. What i am trying to say is this game lack diversity and a positive community. Only a hand full of player council members that is supportive in the best of their power but if you plan on taking this game and playing it for a while. Get ready for a disappointment with the lack of help or guidance that the community gives