Added July 5, 2013  

Added Under ACTION, MMORPG | International | Live: July 1, 2014
GameTags: cyberstep, instance-based, anime, fantasy, action rpg

Info: Onigiri is a an action MMORPG developed by CyberStep. The game takes place in an ancient and mythological Japan, a world where the human race and non-human races such as Oni (ogres) and Youkai (devils) coexist. Players can play as either a human or Oni and adventure across the game’s expansive world. With friends and companions in arms, players will fight against devils from the netherworld in their pursuit of the shadow clan Goikkou.

Onigiri aims to provide an exciting system with breathtaking battles against Youkai, visually stunning skills, precise combat, and many types of weapons that players can change during combat. Players may also invite their friends for epic boss battles, or craft weapons and costumes of their very own.

Key Features:
? Action packed battle system that allows you to change weapons in an instant, putting a variety of skills at your command!
? No MMORPG would be complete without PC parties, but in addition, your brave companions will accompany you!
? The 8 companions don’t just accompany you into battle, they bring their own specialties to assist your journey. As your bonds of friendship grow deeper, they are inspired to greater heights of ability. For example, the merchant Miroku, as you grow closer, will sell better gear for a lower price.

Model: F2P
Status: Live [ July 1, 2014 ]
Subgenre: Action RPG

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Version: International
Developer: CyberStep
Publisher: CyberStep
Release Date(s): Closed Beta – June 5, 2014 | Open Beta – n/a | Launch – July 1, 2014
Language(s): English
Platform(s): PC, PS4, Xbox One
System Requirements:

  • Specifications
  • Operating System
  • Processor
  • RAM
  • Hard Drive
  • Graphics Card
  • Minimum
  • Windows XP/Vista/7
  • Intel Core 2 Duo E6300 or better
  • 2GB
  • 20GB
  • GeForce 7800GT or better
  • Recommended
  • Windows 7/8
  • Intel Core i5-750 or better
  • 4GB
  • 20GB
  • GeForce GTX 260 or better
    GD Star Rating


    Onigiri, 3.4 out of 5 based on 12 ratings
    • john belanger

      wtf is that game name ?

      onigiri is food

      • alucard

        Onigiri is also Demon Slash or Demon Hunting

        Roronoa Zoro’s Onigiri > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PDQobn_mIxU

      • Anonymous

        Depends on the kanji used for onigiri, it might be food or not. is the title of the game, while դ is the food I belive.

    • alucard

      i like this “grow closer, will sell better gear for a lower price”

    • DKKenny

      Already played this in the JP server during the alpha test.

      Gameplay/Combat is just like Dragon Nest except a bit better IMO.

      NPC models are meh.
      Game requires a beefy graphics card for this game to run at a good framerate seeing as this game is made by Cyberstep, their coding sucks. (and no graphics config.)
      Early dungeons are quite easy, but later on, you’ll REALLY need to party.
      Aside from dungeons there’s also free roaming + large travel time from town to town (expect lots of newbies outside of the first town killing mobs or being killed by them)
      You can equip lots of weapons (e.g. Dual Swords, Great Swords, Spears, Bows, Wands/Staffs etc.)
      No word on PVP yet.

      And remember to equip your defensive items, without those you’ll lose 80% of your HP from a single hit.

      Items from the shop differ from town to town (example, I found Miroku selling an Angel-esque armor in the 1st town but when when I went to the 3rd one, he sold a Devil type armor and both are complete with wings at a cheap price. Problem is they don’t add much to your stats.)
      And did I forget that you can create a loli? ?

      • Skattack

        You had me at “create a loli”

        • Zayed

          “You Can Create A Loli” – 10/10 Best game

    • I’ve play this game, and i love it.

      http://myanimegirls.blogspot.com/ to see kawaiii cosplay.

    • gamet

      good mmorg

      • Jesuskipz

        It’s made by Cybershit who made P2W CosmicBreak. All their games are full of P2W troll who constantly make fun of nonpaying players.

    • John Mykel

      Good Can I Have A Male Character Here?

    • Kerry LeBlanc

      Oni’s which you are descended from are ogre’s that’s why you have those two horns

    • Bizarre Jelly

      I would honestly say to avoid this game as it is generally being dragged down by a combination of bad coding and bad management decisions. I tried to give this game a week and I could not manage to do so because it was just so underwhelming and disappointing. Let it first be known that Cyberstep is both the developer AND publisher of this game–too many people assume Cyberstep merely publishes. This is not true.

      Now, on to the problems;

      Firstly, the game’s experience rate is roughly 1/7th of the Japanese version’s experience rate. This means you will be extremely underleveled for the quests you are given–often enemies will be at least double your level because the exp you earn isn’t enough. Cyberstep purposely reduced the exp rate for the north america release.

      Second problem with the game; poor performance. It is horribly unoptimized and runs like garbage unless you have a ridiculous system; which is hilarious if you look at its supposed recommended requirements. These guys couldn’t code their way out of a paper bag. Their graphics options barely exist–all they allow you to change is resolution, window/fullscreen, render distance (which even at max is too short) and two clickable boxes. “Shadows” and “Effects”. “Effects” is just bloom and nothing more. This game’s bad coding feels like it belongs back in 1995 when MMOs were so awful that it might have slid by because people didn’t know any better.

      Third glaring problem with the game; its controls. Movement is very stiff and unresponsive. Play something like Dragon’s Nest or Vindictus and you can feel the fluidity of movement–it is fast, responsive and predictable because characters move with momentum. Onigiri characters move very stiffly; if you tap W to move forward for example, the character will move an exact amount of space and then take a moment while running in place before they stop. It feels very cheaply made, like a bad indie game in this way.

      Fourth problem; lack of features. The game is extremely barebones; maps often have no info on them aside from occasional nametags of locations and even then it can be unclear on where you need to go as quest pointers are very poorly done. There is no world map; only a map for the area you’re in. So finding out where to go if a map you need to reach is a few zones away but can only be reached by going through specific portals becomes a nightmare.

      The party system is a complete joke. There’s no party search. No listings. Only an icon that appears over the leader’s head. Anyone can join a party simply by clicking and hitting ‘yes’. The leader has no control over who can join. There is no such thing as a ‘party request’. All you can do is create the party and give it a name. That’s it.

      There is no player trading whatsoever. You can’t give items to your friends. You can’t mail items because there’s no mail system. The only interaction between players is chatting, partying and player shops. There is also no form of PVP whatsoever–in an action MMO.

      Player shops are just awful in this game. Why? Because the only currency permitted to be used to buy items from players or sell items to players is the blue coins..the cash shop currency. Cyberstep wants REAL money for you to be able to sell in-game gear. Costumes cannot be sold whatsoever. This is effectively real money trade and a complete cop-out because Cyberstep believes that the economy would get inflated if the regular in-game currency, Ryou, was used. It’s entirely fueled by a disgusting combination of greed and laziness on Cyberstep’s part.

      The game lacks in much of anything to do except repeat the same dungeons and grind the same mobs.

      The quests you do get are standard “go here, do this” or “get x item and bring it back”. Typical and not at all engaging. Sadly I cannot fault this game for its quests since most all mmos lack in this department.

      This game just leaves a sour taste in my mouth. It is essentially what you get if you take Dungeon Fighter, make it more grindy, give it worse controls and make it 3D with models that belong back on early Playstation 2. I am not a graphics whore but this is 2014.

      Don’t believe me? Try it for yourself. I tried to stomach it and couldn’t make it 7 days before the problems made me walk away. It is not worth your time when there is so much better F2P games out there.


      1. Cyberstep purposely butchered the exp rate and made it more grindy than even the Japanese version is with no reason why.

      2. This game runs like crap even if you vastly exceed its recommended requirements. It lacks optimization of any kind and Cyberstep should be ashamed.

      3. The graphics options of this game barely even exist. This is pathetic for a PC game being released in the west in the year 2014.

      4. The controls are terrible. You would expect it from a bad indie game but not this. They are stiff and unresponsive. It is strange and hilarious in the saddest way to see a character run in place for a moment and then stop long after you’ve released the movement keys.

      5. The game is way too barebones. It is barely an MMO. Borderline non-existant party systems, no PVP, no player trading, no mail system and a cash-shop-currency-only-allowed design for player shops is absurd and disgustingly greedy on Cyberstep’s part.

      Just steer clear of this one; Cyberstep seems intent on ruining its own game.

    • Markurius Pastulius

      I don’t like how this game forces you to quest to unlock features, especially new areas.


      Game isnt hard at all nor wasnt it ever even in jp alpha you only need to distrubute your stats right.

      If you have any questions please talk to me my email is [email protected]

    • Moster Fresby

      Have playing the most unoptimized game imaginable. It’s really just a bad joke at best…