Sword Art Online, Volume 3

Sword Art Online, Volume 3

Sword Art Online

  • Genre: Sword Art Online
  • Release Date: 2014-09-01
  • Advisory Rating: TV-G
  • Episodes: 5
  • iTunes Price: USD 6.99
  • iTunes HD Price: USD 7.99

Description

In the near future, a Virtual Reality Massive Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game (VRMMORPG) called Sword Art Online has been released where players control their avatars with their bodies using a piece of technology called: Nerve Gear. One day, players discover they cannot log out, as the game creator is holding them captive unless they reach the 100th floor of the game's tower and defeat the final boss. However, if they die in the game, they die in real life. Their struggle for survival starts now...

Episodes

Title Time Price
1 Captive Queen 23:41 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
2 Land of the Fairies 23:41 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
3 Return 23:41 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
4 The Lugru Corridor 23:41 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
5 To The World Tree 23:41 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes

Trailer

Reviews

  • It continues to be enjoyable!

    5
    By Benny E.Vilca
    Sword Art Online continues to be more epic adventure,action,comedy and romance!!
  • Lost impact without the weight of death

    2
    By Volarus
    Even so, seeing Gleam Eyes again was the best reveal I've seen in a while, albeit impractical. Symbolic fan service, if you will.
  • ONE OF THE BEST

    5
    By Bry¢e
    Ok so i got all of the seasons and I did not regret it one bit it has a certain feel that only grate anime shows have it has a mix of fighting romance and comedy also if you have reed this far I also recommend a certain scientific rail gun ❺★☆★☆★ ☻
  • SAO

    5
    By Zera Rhys
    I love it to death but I liked when they were in the actual Sword Art Online game than in the fae world.
  • Still Enjoyable, But Lacks the Impact of the First Two Volumes

    3
    By SNeIa
    The first half of Sword Art Online's Fairy Dance arc sees Kirito traveling across and learning about the world of Alfheim Online, guided by a new ally, Leafa. While the arc builds upon the character of Suguha, Kazuto/Kirito's cousin/adopted sister, and I appreciate the Norse mythology themes of ALO, the action is scaled back noticeably compared to the intensity of some of the scenes in the Aincrad arc… though perhaps this will pick up again in the next volume. The music and animation are still great though. And I'll say it again; the G rating is inaccurate, insofar as the violence, a certain fan service scene, and the unwanted advances of the new antagonist, Sugou Noboyuki, upon Asuna go. The series is suited for teens and young adults, especially anyone who loves video games.

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