Sword Art Online: Lost Song for PlayStation 4
PS4

Sword Art Online: Lost Song

Nov 17, 2015
7.76
playscore
Average
1076th of 6338

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About this game

Developer: Artdink
Content Rating: Teen

Summary

Journey into the world of ALfheim Online for the very first time! Join Kirito as he ventures online to explore Svart Alfheim, a brand-new area of ALfheim Online, the floating world is comprised of continents led by The Floating City of Ryne. This original storyline includes new and returning characters and exclusive environments in the ultimate Virtual Reality universe! Sword Art Online: Lost Song features all-new Aerial Battles and plenty of customization features. Link Start into the Sword Art Online world and join your favorite dual-wielding player, Kirito, on the greatest adventure yet!

Gamer Reviews

4264 Reviews
9.11

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Critic Reviews

22 Reviews
6.41
5.50
Drew LeachmanDec 04, 2015
While I feel like I would get more out of the game if I knew who any of the characters are, they do try to explain in a small introduction who everyone is, but I still missed a lot of things, and I can’t help but feel like this is just a standard game. The combat is a bit boring and repetitive, the characters all share almost the same personality, and the areas and encounters are somewhat lackluster.
Jason BohnNov 23, 2015
This title is simply hamstrung by a lack of investment. The decision was made, for better or worse, to not create an experience that lives up to its true potential, instead recycling assets and hoping for the best. The end result is a title for series fans only. Those who are not invested in the universe already would be better off moving along.
Sidd MasandDec 18, 2015
Had I been more familiar with, or been a fan of the series, it’s possible I would have enjoyed Sword Art: Online Lost Song more than I did. As a newcomer to the series, the game has a lot to offer, but poor design choices ultimately lead to the game becoming mediocre instead of great.