Sword Art Online: Hollow Realization [NSP]
Sword Art Online: Hollow Realization is a video game developed by Aquria and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, and Windows PC, based on the Japanese light novel series, Sword Art Online. At the end of the day, Sword Art Online: Hollow Realization is the kind of game that you probably already know if you’re interested in or not. This is an anime-inspired, in-depth RPG that comes with all the trappings, good and bad, that your mind associates with that description. Fans of the show and of complicated RPGs will no doubt find plenty to love here in the likable characters, complex character customization, and frantic battle system while those who would consider themselves to be unfamiliar with RPGs or the anime will no doubt be put off by the uneven, sometimes cringe-worthy writing, lack of effective tutorials, and general tedium present throughout the whole experience. We’d give Sword Art Online: Hollow Realization a recommendation overall – this is a good, quality RPG – just make sure you do a bit of research in advance to confirm that it’s what you’re looking for. Sword Art Online: Hollow Realization picks up shortly after where the last game left off, as Kirito, Asuna, and all their friends migrate to a new game called Sword Art: Origin to partake in the closed beta. They’re enjoying the game, often pointing out its similarities to the original Sword Art Online (just, y’know, without the real death part) and things are going well until Kirito runs into a weird NPC girl with no name and seemingly no real part to play in the broader game world. Charmed by her pure and kind demeanour, the team takes her under their wing and name her “Premiere”, but things quickly grow more interesting as they take her on quests and discover that perhaps she isn’t the ‘nobody’ NPC that she first appeared to be.
No. of Players : up to 4 players
Languages : Multi
Tittle ID : 0100EC400D54E000
File Size : 13.2 GB
File Type : NSP
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