Category: Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment
Earlier last month, the Playstation Vita hit his third birthday! Many people thought that this game console was doomed from the start (it IS effectively performing less than the 3DS), but it still does have a huge game library spanning almost every game style!
This week, we wanted to do a Top 10 of what were our best RPGs for this console, since there are so much to play on the Vita! This is the first part of this Top 10, and next week will be the Top 5 RPGs!
Keep in mind that the individual scores of the few games we reviewed here does not necessarily correspond to the order of the games listed here. This list is ordered with our global appreciation of each RPG!
So, without further introduction, here is the first part of our Top 10 best RPGs!
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!
I think everyone will agree that 2014 was a great year for gaming! With a ton of awesome games releases, plus the new AAA games we had for the new consoles, we had our hands full!
In this post, Iâ€™ll detail the best games I played this year as well as some others I have yet to enjoy. Of course, please do keep in mind that we didnâ€™t play all of this yearâ€™s releases, and that we’ll focus on PS3 and Vita releases in this post. We’re doing a second one featuring the best of the PS4, and that one will go live tomorrow over at PS4Blog.net. After you ‘re done reading this list, I want you to tell us about yours!