26 Июл. 2011 г.|
Game sword art online
Namco Bandai Games Taiwan announced the Taiwanese version of PlayStation Vita game Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment will feature both traditional Chinese and English subtitles. While about a month after Japan's April 24 launch, the Taiwanese release on May 29 will give Sword Art Online fans abroad the ability to understand what they're playing sooner, if at all. Hollow Fragment is based on the author Reki Kawahara's Sword Art Online light novels, which spawned a popular anime adaptation in 2012. Sword Art Online's premise is about players who become unable to escape a virtual reality MMORPG game alive unless they complete the game.
Let us know if you will be importing Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment and take a look at a fan-subtitled trailer and additional screenshots below! Yet in the half-a-decade since its first release, this franchise centered around video games has not had its own video game adaptation—that is until now.
While the actual game interface doesn't match what we see in the anime, Infinity Moment does manage to match the art style we have seen in the series.
When it comes down to the basic mechanics of the Sword Art Online game world, Infinity Moment gets the most important things right. Instead of the action game-like combat you'd probably expect from seeing the series, Infinity Moment plays like a MMORPG, with all your skills on cool down and normal attacks coming at regular intervals automatically. When it comes down to it, Sword Art Online: Infinity Moment is a game for fans of Sword Art Online—be that the light novels or the anime. Sword Art Online: Infinity Moment was released on March 13, 2013 for the PlayStation Portable. And as expected of a tie-in game to of a popular series, Sword Art Online: Infinity Moment is a game focused on exciting the imaginations of fans of the series. Beginning at the climax of the first story arc, the game shows what would have happened if the main character had won his duel with the game's creator and then remained trapped in the game world with the remaining survivors. The towns, dungeons, monsters, and sword techniques all look as if they could have been pulled straight out of the anime.
Everything in the game is built under the assumption that the player is already intimately familiar with the source material. Death is an instant game over, but you regen HP at an astounding rate to combat the lack of healing magic. While the gameplay and non-linear dungeons get the job done, it is the story and overall mystery that make this game worth playing.
So if you speak Japanese and love Sword Art Online, you will find this game worth its price. And interestingly for an RPG, like game world on which it is based, Infinity Moment has no save points—though the game does save at each loading screen.