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Sword Art Online has received a third short commercial, following up on the others through yet another heightened sense of action enveloping – all the while, highlighting each of the more prominent characters.

Initiating to a resonate vocal, heavy and thundering, the clip proceeds to show flashes of various key characters – each looking distressed. The video then switches into a more responsive mode with protagonist and friends taking up a determined stance – and start swinging artistic blades around furiously, presumably online. The fast atmosphere is most fitting indeed – and quite an adrenaline instigator.

As the video does well to remind, Sword Art Online is to debut July – and again, like with any pre-release material thus far, the series certainly seems wonderful.


5 Comments

  • Dusk252 says:

    I absolutely loathe the character design they made for the anime and that fact hasn’t changed yet but… I’m so looking forward to it anyway! Another great CM, that’s for sure.

    • Seven says:

      Indeed, the character designs look like recycled hash from other designs for other series of the same studio. I feel like I’m watching 10 different series whenever I see something Sword Art Online related.

      • Dusk252 says:

        Exactly my thoughts. And when you add that to the fact that they all have “Working! faces”…
        But who cares about that when it has such a nice plot and characters? I just hope they don’t make Asuna too much of a tsundere in the anime (they tend to exaggerate traits like that in anime adaptations).

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