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Accel World Vs Sword Art Online - PS4

£44.00 £59.99

Due 07/07/2017

Accel World Vs Sword Art Online

 

VIRTUAL AND ACCELERATED WORLDS COLLIDE

Svart Alfheim and the Accelerated World have begun to merge. In the midst of the chaos, Yui has gone missing. Kirito must challenge the Seven Kings of pure color from the Accelerated World to gain access to her location. Players from both groups come together in a war of the worlds where the strongest Burst Linkers and ALO Players are on a mission to save Yui from the hands of Personna Babel.

• WELCOME TO THE ACCELERATED WORLD – Cult classic anime series Accel World comes to the West, featuring a large roster of characters from the anime and novel series.
• TAKE TO THE SKIES – Featuring the fairy fl ight mechanic of Alfheim Online, players can experience the freedom of flight and aerial combat.
• ORIGINAL STORY FROM THE MASTER OF TECHNOLOGY FANTASY – Worlds collide as characters from two of Reki Kawahara’s award winning series’ come together on a journey through time to save Yui in a completely original story.
• THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS – Combine powers and leverage strengths as you build 3 man teams with your favorite characters from both Accel World (Acceleration/Special Techniques) and Sword Art Online (Flight/Magic)!
• UNITE FOR THE FIGHT – Team up with your friends or challenge your rivals in fi erce online multiplayer featuring multiple modes supporting up to 4P.

PEGI 16+

PEGI 16+: The game may feature realistic violence to human characters including death and injury and can often include blood and bodies that remain after they are dead. The worst forms of bad language can be heard including sexual expletives.

Sexual activity can be shown but it must not include visible genitals. Depictions of erotic nudity may feature. The use of tobacco and alcohol may be encouraged, and the game can feature the use of illegal drugs. The game could glamorise crime.

This game is rated by Games rating authority and PEGI

The Chelsea Gamer and the Video Standards Council



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