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http://ca.ign.com/articles/2017/10/25/sword-art-online-fatal-bullet-coming-february-2018?abthid=59f0d23b58e1f76b37000025

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Bandai Namco will release Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet on February 23 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Steam.

In a post on the company's website, Bandai Namco revealed more information about the upcoming game, which will receive both digital and physical releases, as well as a Collector's Edition package, and preorder bonuses.

Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet Gameplay Trailer - TGS 2017
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The Collector's Edition will include the full game, figurines of Kirito and Sinon sporting exclusive costumes from the game, a cloth game map, and an artbook. The price for the Collector's Edition has not yet been revealed.

The player's character in Fatal Bullet will receive a special weapon in the game that will enable 3D movements, which will allow players to reach higher areas, quickly close the gap to their enemy, or even hit flying opponents. Those who preorder the game will receive codes that unlock costumes for Asuna and Kirito, as well as the Silver Assault Rifle in-game weapon.

Players will be able to experience the entire game on their own, or play with up to four party members. While players won't directly control other party members, they can influence some of their behaviors.

While playing in offline mode, players will be approached and challenged by non-player characters (NPCs), who can appear alone or with a full party. Defeating them can mean big rewards for players up to the challenge.

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Gaming Discussion / Where does Nintendo go after the Switch?
« on: October 25, 2017, 06:11:14 PM »
Hi everyone,

There seems t be a pattern with Nintendo: Release a popular console, then follow up with a dud in comparison.  It's a weird cycle that's been happening since the SNES.  The Switch is popular now, but I'm afraid they won't know hot to follow it up and have a Wii U situation again.  What will their next console need to avoid that?  Just Zelda and Mario again?

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Gaming Discussion / Re: Roleplaying games...what do you like about them?
« on: October 25, 2017, 06:06:54 PM »
They are the perfect escape and in many cases works of art.

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Tokyo Ghoul is worth checking out.  Attack on Titan has become pretty popular the last couple years, though season 2 is not as good as the first.  I suggest checking out Funimation, as they have a ton of good anime on there.

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