Bandai Namco brought some new Sword Art Online: Alicization Lycoris media to TGS. The media includes new screenshots and character art, as well as two new trailers.
A new trailer has emerged for Sword Art Online: Alicization Lycoris, the latest video game based on the popular franchise. The video introduces the brand new character Medina Orthinanos.
Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet Coming to Switch in August, Hollow Realization Switch Version Out Now
Another Sword Art Online title has made its way to Nintendo Switch with the release of Hollow Realization. Bandai Namco also announced that Fatal Bullet will be joining it in August.
A new Sword Art Online game is coming to PC and consoles. As its title suggests, Sword Art Online: Alicization Lycoris is based on the main light novel and anime series’ “Alicization” story arc.
Sword Art Online: Hollow Realization has a release date for Nintendo Switch. The game, bundled with all of its DLC, will be available digitally in late May.
Lots more details and images have come out for Record of Grancrest War, covering a fairly wide gamut of aspects. The game hits Japan in June, with no news yet regarding a potential western release.
Record of Grancrest War gets another update this week, with Bandai Namco releasing a gameplay trailer. Drawing arrows across the battle map looks to be a primary part of emerging victorious.
Some more details and media have emerged for Record of Grancrest War (no relation to Agarest). If nothing else, the females-to-reasonable-legwear ratio isn’t as terrible as some media updates.
The Caligula Effect’s localisation took many by surprise. Unfortunately, this isn’t one of those cases where an under-the-radar title is rescued to the betterment of the RPG scene.
The Sword Art Online games have sold well on the back of the highly popular light novel and anime series. RPGamer looks at whether the third game to arrive in North America and Europe provides any appeal outside of its name.
Misery Business Sword Art Online is an anime series that has quite the large fan following. Considering it’s an anime about massive-multiplayer role playing games,...
It’s a bit difficult to give players the full Sword Art Online experience, what with all the death, but Western RPGamers can at least experience a rather safer version. Is the PlayStation Vita’s version of Aincrad something worth diving into?