E3 2014: New Trailer For Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment

Tuesday, June 10th, 2014

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Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment | oprainfall
Bandai Namco has released a new trailer for Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment for the PlayStation Vita. You can check it out below.

The game is set for release in the Summer of this year, digital only:

Will you survive to Sword Art Online? You should because dying in the MMORPG will kill you in real life…

Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment captures the characters and storyline of the SAO universe — a series of virtual-reality worlds set in the near future. Combo attacks, execution speed and knowledge of the opponent will be mandatory to survive in this VR world!

On top of the Hollow Fragment episode, this new SAO game will feature Sword Art Online: Infinity Moment – originally released in Japan for the PlayStation┬«Portable. Infinity Moment will benefit from all the PlayStation┬«Vita power as he it will get enhanced HD graphics!

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  • Ragnawind

    For those who don’t know, this is the European Namco trailer, there is still been nothing from Namco US for most of the day from E3.

  • Colin Vance

    Digital only = ill pass