New Sword Art Online: Infinity Moment Promo Video

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Sword Art Online: Infinity Moment

The PSP may be all but dead here in the United States, but it is still getting quite a few sleek and sexy titles in the Land of the Rising Sun. One such game is Sword Art Online: Infinity Moment based on the new, wildly popular anime series Sword Art Online or SAO for short.

The game, SAO: Infinity Moment is set to release in Japan on March 14th, 2013 and seems to be solely based on the first story arc in the series that takes place in Aincrad. A picture is worth a thousand words, so instead of describing it, check out the whole bunch of moving pictures down below to see what this new game has in store. I’ll keep my fingers crossed that with the series getting a home release here in the States next year via Aniplex that the popularity will be high enough to garner a localization.

Looks pretty darn cool, if you ask me! If you like what you see or you’re already a fan of Sword Art Online, Oprainfall does weekly reviews of SAO as each episode comes out, many of which you can find here.

Keep your fingers and toes crossed like I am and hope that Namco Bandai decides to let all us poor Americans play such a sweet looking title. Or, if you’d like, get Infinity Moment when it drops in March in Japan since the PSP is region free!


About Randy Thompson

[Former Staff] Just a normal nerd who loves his computer, video games, anime, manga, and the like. I love to draw and graduated from the Art Institutes for animation so I could bring my drawings to life.

As an author at oprainfall, I write up news articles and such as well as review new and current anime.

I also love Dragon Ball (subbed)—it’s kind of my own pet obsession.