Launched this month, the latest Sword Art Online smartphone game is Progress Link. Unlike last year's Code Register, which brought together SAO, ALO, and GGO, the new Mobage based game is strictly ALO-based. In it, fans choose their race, then build their sword and magic abilities. Check out the opening after the jump.
Sword Art Online: Lost Song is the next entry in the series of Sword Art Online video game adaptations, and the latest round of screenshots focus on playable character Agil as well as new event scenes. Hit the jump for more!
Today, Sword Art Online producers A-1 Pictures allowed themselves to geek out a bit as they got in some SAO II perfume in the office. Noted Asuna groper "tallP" expressed her fan girl enthusiasm getting her hands on the Kirito, Asuna and Sinon commercial samples. Get a look after the jump.
As revealed in this week's issue of Famitsu, Sword Art Online: Lost Song and God Eater 2: Rage Burst are crossing over with one another for some costume DLC, with each game getting some gear from the other. Hit the jump for more.
On February 1st, cast members Yoshitsugu Matsuoka, Tomatsu Haruka, Sawashiro Miyuki, Ayana Taketatsu, Kanae Itō, Takagaki Ayahi, Rina Hidaka, Saori Hayami and Aoi Yūki, along with theme song performers LiSA and Eir Aoi and composer Kajiura Yuki, appeared for a Sword Art Online - Sing All Overtures concert. The impressive plans set some high expectations for potential news. More after the jump.
Themes "Sincere no Hikari" by Eir Aoi, and "Beyond Night's Rainbow" by Luna Haruna are featured in a pair of promos for Sword Art Online - Lost Song, the PS3/Vita game due March 26, 2015. Get a look at these, plus the game's versions of Sakuya And Alicia Rue after the jump.
Yen Press had a killer week in the New York Times' latest manga best seller listing. Volume 1 of Attack on Titan managed the #3 slot and volume 2 of the No Regrets Levi prequel got the #4 slot but beyond that, the top was all about Yen Press debuts. Volume 1 of Akame Ga Kill! premiered at #1, Black Butler vol. 19 hit #2 and Sword Art Online: Progressive vol.1 was at #5.