Posts Tagged NAMCO Bandai Games
Eternal Sonata is a JRPG that released early in the PlayStation 3 life cycle, and it was a great game to play. Back then there were almost no RPGs out on the PlayStation 3, so when this game released I was eager to play it!
Sword Art Online -Hollow Fragment- is an RPG from Namco Bandai Games, that follows the first season of the Sword Art Online anime. I purchased it the day it released last year, and played it a lot! Earlier this year, the Official Playstation Blog announced that this game had ranked #1 in the 2014 PS Vita PSN sales, so I decided it was time to review it to let you know what it is all about.
The story of Hollow Fragment takes place right after the events of the first arc of the first season of SAO (without spoiling anything, this is at the 75th floor of the Aincrad). The game was supposed to end there, but due to a glitch, players have been warped to the 76th floor instead of being freed from SAO.
As relayed by Gematsu, Namco Bandai Games has released a Japanese TV Spot for the upcoming Sword Art Online – Lost Song game.
This game is set in the same Virtual Reality Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game (VRMMORPG) universe as Swort Art Online: Hollow Fragment, which was released Internationally last summer.
According to the official PS Blog, Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment was the Vita’s most purchased game of 2014 on the PSN, even though it released in late August!
Namco Bandai Games recently released a trailer for their new upcoming Sword Art Online game, which is subtitled Lost Song.
This game is set in the same Virtual Reality Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game (VRMMORPG) universe as Swort Art Online: Hollow Fragment, which was released Internationally last summer (BTW, it’s a great game! Cool digital gift under your digital Christmas tree and all!).
For the record, Sword Art Online (SAO) is a Japanese anime that aired for two seasons between July 2012 and the end of this year. The original story follows Kirito, a gamer who gets stuck along with 10,000 players in a VRMMORPG. If you are into Japanese anime and haven’t watched SAO yet, you’re really missing out! An English-language version aired on Toonami, and that is a great option for anime fans.