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Sword Art Online Lost Song

 

 

SCORE: 50

 

Sword Art Online Lost Song 

 

I am sad that the PR and Marketing for Bandai Namco Entertainment failed Family Friendly Gaming so completely. I am happy that Family Friendly Gaming rented a copy of Sword Art Online Lost Song on the Playstation 4. This is the first role playing game I recall since .hack that pretends to be an online video game even though it is actually an offline video game. Sword Art Online Lost Song is like a modern day version of online video games.

Tons of enemies can be found in the fields in Sword Art Online Lost Song. They respawn quickly, and there are also a plethora of characters in the town. Back up your game saves frequently since Sword Art Online Lost Song has a habit of corrupting your game save. Which means you lose all of your progress. Why are modern video games so unstable? My confidence in these gaming companies is at an all time low.

Some of the bad content in Sword Art Online Lost Song is enticement to lust, lack of attire, bad language, violence, perverts, fairies, attacks on Biblical marriage, false gods, false goddesses, Japanese voices, save only in town in your room, adopting children outside of marriage, bad camera, no co-op, no local multi-player, lots of back tracking, tons of grinding required, alcohol, and more.

The cut scenes look fantastic in Sword Art Online Lost Song. After that I am a bit meh on the graphics in town and in the battles. The AI of the enemies is not very bright in my opinion. Flying around these floating continents is cool. I wish that were not so limited. Cross save functionality is cool. Bosses are hard, and there are plenty of quests to go on. It can take 3-5 hours to beat each of the areas in Sword Art Online Lost Song.

The plot in Sword Art Online Lost Song is pretty pointless, and makes little sense. I like the idea of a modern game that pretends to be online, but is actually offline. Many of the controls in Sword Art Online Lost Song are clunky. Especially in conversations. Boss battles take forever since they have so much health. There is not much balance when going from one area to the next.
- RPG Master

 

Graphics: 40%
Sounds: 50%
Replay/Extras: 80%
Gameplay: 50%
Family Friendly Factor: 30%

System: PS Vita/PS3/PS4(tested)
Publisher: Bandai Namco Entertainment
Developer: Artdink

Rating: ‘T’ - THIRTEEN and OLDER ONLY {Mild Language, Suggestive Themes, Violence}


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