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Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment Game's 3rd Ad Streamed

posted on 2014-04-14 02:00 EDT
Wedding dress costume promoted in April 24 PS Vita game

Namco Bandai Games began streaming the third 15-second TV commercial for its Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment PlayStation Vita role-playing game on Monday. The ad notes that the first copies of the game will include a product code to unlock the special wedding dress costume.

The game will include the characters Asuna (Haruka Tomatsu), Lisbeth (Ayahi Takagaki), Silica (Rina Hidaka), Yui (Kanae Itō), Leafa (Ayana Taketatsu), Shinon (Miyuki Sawashiro), Strea (Sachika Misawa), Sachi (Saori Hayami), Kibaou (Tomokazu Seki), and Argo (Shiori Izawa). A new, original character named Philia (Yui Ishikawa) will play an integral part in the game's plot, and the game will introduce Yūki, a character from the original novel series.

During gameplay, players explore cities in Aincrad and can pick up new friends and party members for their adventures. Kirito can also deepen his relationship with his partners by hanging out with them in the cities, going out on dates, or holding hands. In the game's special "adventure mode," players have the option to create their own characters and play with up to eight other people online to go on quests in the Hollow Area.

Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment will ship for the PlayStation Vita on April 24. The first limited edition of the game will bundle a "Dengeki NerveGear Vol. 2" booklet that will also include fan illustrations with the theme "slave of Aincrad." The game's 9,980-yen (US$100) limited first edition will include a box with exclusive artwork by original novel illustrator abec, a soundtrack CD, a product code to unlock a special in-game outfit, a special contents Blu-ray Disc, mini clear posters, and special package and cases. The standard edition will retail for 6,170 yen (about US$62).

Namco Bandai Games released the earlier Sword Art Online: Infinity Moment game for the PlayStation Portable.

Images © Reki Kawahara/ASCII MediaWorks/SAO Project © Bandai Namco Games Inc.


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