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Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment PS Vita game commercial

2014.01.03 16:20:01 by andy category : Games Games & Anime Tags :Games PS Vita Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment

Namco Bandai Games has released a promotional video for the upcoming Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment PS Vita RPG game.

 

In the game, players will be able to explore the 76 cities in Aincrad in order to find new friends and party members. By spending time with these new members and completing activities such as dates and holding hands, Kirito will deepen his relationship with them. The game will include Asuna, Lisbeth, Silica, Yui, Leafa, Shinon, and Strea. The “Adventure mode” will also let players create their own characters and play with up to eight other people online to complete quests in the Hollow Area.

 

The game will ship for the PS Vita in Japan on April 24th, and the first limited edition of the game will include exclusive artwork, a soundtrack CD, a product code for a special in-game outfit, a special contents Blu-ray Disc, mini clear posters, and a “Dengeki NerveGear Vol.2″ booklet that will include fan illustrations.

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