Sword Art Online: Lost Song
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Content Rating: Teen
Journey into the world of ALfheim Online for the very first time! Join Kirito as he ventures online to explore Start Alfheim, a brand-new area of ALfheim Online, the floating 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!
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For better or worse, Sword Art Online: Lost Song replicates both the highs and lows of its predecessors. Existing fans of the series will find plenty to like in the further adventures of Kirito and his MMO pals, despite a dull main story. The revamped mechanics also support a steady drip-feed of Sword Art Online fan service mainly by not getting in the way too much.
Sword Art Online: Lost Song’s story is probably not going to win over non-adherents of the popular anime franchise, but thankfully it’s not required to enjoy the rest of what’s on offer: a fun, lighthearted and breezy run through well-worn action-RPG territory.
Sword Art Online: Lost Song is an enjoyable game that does have it's flaws. I felt that due to my lack of knowledge of the series I didn't get the full enjoyment out of the game - but this did not stop me experiencing everything it had to offer. If you, like me, have never experienced a Sword Art Online game before then do not make this your entry point into the series. If, however, you are a fan of the series then you will have a lot of fun with this game - and can also add a 0.5 to that number on the right hand side!