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Newest Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment TV Spot Boasts 400K Copies Sold

posted on by Sarah Nelkin
TV spot also advertises PS3, PS Vita game Sword Art Online -Lost Song-

Bandai Namco Games began airing a TV spot commemorating over 400 thousand copies sold of its Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment PS Vita game on Tuesday. The number represents the number of copies sold worldwide as of September. The spot also hints at the upcoming release of the PlayStation 3 and PS Vita game Sword Art Online -Lost Song-.

Kirito: Over 400 thousand copies sold worldwide! Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment. Currently on sale.
Text: The new game begins.
Kirito: A new game is starting now.

Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment shipped for the PlayStation Vita in Japan in April, and the game released in North America and Europe for download on the PlayStation Network this past summer.

By exploring the 76 cities in Aincrad, players 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. The game will include 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.

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. The game also has a dating element where players can go on dates that could possibly end with pillow talk.

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