Accel World VS Sword Art Online
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Ultimately, while Accel World VS Sword Art Online: Millennium Twilight means well to try and merge what's cool about both Sword Art Online and Accel World, its high points are too few and far between to consider it a success.
Fun and direct, Accel World vs. Sword Art Online is an interesting crossover that offers douzens of hours of intense gameplay, flying skills and an intense story with hours of static dialogues on screen.
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What was once a mediocre game series has been made even worse. Technical issues and gameplay blunders are somehow shadowed by a bulky, contrived plot that believes in quantity over quality.
Accel World vs. Sword Art Online is a fairly magnificent little JRPG that surprised me with its depth of characters and customizable options within, and a world where I can fly, explore, and battle dozens of monsters along the way. I'm reminded so much of the golden PlayStation 2 era of JRPG gaming, with all the good and some of the bad that comes with that distinction. Overall, Accel World vs. Sword Art Online is a very solid JRPG title and one that any fan of the genre will enjoy.
Accel World vs. Sword Art Online is a competent action role-playing game offering a simple yet solid combat system, good story and characters and plenty of content. Due to the very bland exploration and a couple of other issues, namely technical and controls issues on PlayStation Vita, the game can only be recommended to fans of both franchises.
Accel World Online: Millennium Twilight is designed exclusively for the fans of the original worlds, who are ready to have fun with their favorite characters and endure a poorly written script and exceptionally monotonous fights. Just do not say later that we did not warn you.
Review in Russian | Read full review
Chaining together Switch attacks and six or seven special moves to obliterate a boss in seconds makes you feel like a God, and that's worth the price of admission as far as I'm concerned.
With finicky controls and oversized maps, it's hard to recommend this game to anyone other than those who love the franchise and the two series themselves.
With tight controls and an enjoyable way to get around large areas, Accel World vs. Sword Art Online features memorable aerial combat. However, story progression can drag to a halt at times. Though perfect for fans of either series, this may not be the action RPG that anyone else asked for.
Any fans of Reki Kawahara's work should definitely check out Accel World VS Sword Art Online. Not only is it the best playing Sword Art Online to date, it also has a great story that links the two world directly together. It all culminates in a fantastic twist ending that managed to finally get me invested in the world of SAO, which is something the previous games failed to do. It's also helped tremendously by the addition of Accel World characters, as they immediately caught my attention.