Sword Art Online 1: Aincrad
Read the novel that started it all!In the year 2022, gamers rejoice as Sword Art Online-a VRMMORPG (Virtual Reality Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game) like no other-opens its virtual doors, allowing players to take full advantage of the ultimate in gaming technology: NerveGear, a... show more
Read the novel that started it all!In the year 2022, gamers rejoice as Sword Art Online-a VRMMORPG (Virtual Reality Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game) like no other-opens its virtual doors, allowing players to take full advantage of the ultimate in gaming technology: NerveGear, a system that allows users to completely immerse themselves in the game world by manipulating their brain waves to create a wholly realistic gaming experience. But when the game goes live, the elation of the players quickly turns to horror as they discover that, for all its amazing features, SAO is missing one of the most basic functions of any MMORPG-a log-out button. Now trapped in the virtual world of Aincrad, their bodies held captive by NerveGear in the real world, users are issued a chilling ultimatum: conquer all one hundred floors of Aincrad to regain your freedom. But in the warped world of SAO, "game over" means certain death-both virtual and real...
Publish date: April 22nd 2014
Publisher: Yen Press
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
Series: Sword Art Online (#1)
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Obviously as a fan of the Anime, which is pretty flawed but at the same time almost perfect, I felt the need to peruse the light novel. Where it covers the same ground it is almost scene for scene the same, however concentrates almost exclusively on the relationship between Kirito and Asuna. As such...
I couldn't get this story out of my head even a week after watching the anime, that's how much I loved it. So naturally I had to read the light novel too and I wasn't disappointed. I just adore the whole concept of this story (Would like to live in it actually. Participating in a game like that? Kin...