Having watched endless videos of the Japanese version, feast your eyes on the western edition, available now on PSN, with the promise of the mega-update to follow in a few weeks time. That, along with Crimsonland (£9.99), CounterSpy (Cross Buy, £9.99) and Gravity Badgers provide something for everyone, with SAO costing a hefty £32.99 and those bargain Badgers at just £3.99.
For free you can check out the Disgaea 4 demo, while lots of Rockstar titles including Midnight Club and GTA games are dirt cheap for PSP/Vita owners.
Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment is a Role Playing Game based on the novel, manga and anime, and reflects the charming characters and breathtaking environments from the virtual reality world called Aincrad. In a simulated Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game (MMORPG) setting, players find that they are trapped within the game and must explore and defeat enemies until they reach the highest levels of Aincrad to beat the game and free themselves from the fantasy world.
Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment includes an HD version of the preceding game Sword Art Online: Infinity Moment, so fans have the option to play through Infinity Moment or jump into the new Hollow Fragment adventure to conquer two different sides of Aincrad. In Hollow Fragment, Kirito is suddenly teleported to the new Hollow Area on the 76th Floor and encounters a mysterious player named Philia, who bears a dark past and the telltale orange mark of an unwelcome player killer. With the emergence of fearsomely powerful monsters, the two decide to set aside their differences and join forces to defeat a greater enemy and also face the infamously murderous player killing guild called “Laughing Coffin.”