Sword Art Online: Hollow Realization goes to PC

Announced by Bandai Namco Entertainment, the video game Sword Art Online: Hollow Realization will be heading towards the PC with the release date being October 27th. The game is priced as $49.99 and it will include all the DLC in it; the main story and DLC chapters will be included. The game was originally on PS4 but now it will be on October 27th.

Here is the synopsis of the story and game:

Reki Kawahara, author of the original Sword Art Online novel series, collaborated on the game. The characters Kirito, Asuna, Leafa, Silica, Lisbeth, and Sinon appear in the game, and players can choose up to three characters to join their party. The game’s new characters are a mysterious AI named Premiere (voiced by Yuiko Tatsumi) and Genesis (voiced by Kazuyuki Okitsu). Genesis, like Kirito, is called the “black swordsman.” Players explore the world of Ainground in the Sword Art: Origin game.

Friday Funny 131: What’s 1,000 minus 7?

TGIF!

Thank God it’s Friday! Welcome back to another exciting Friday and thank you for visiting my traditional Friday Funny posts. I hope you guys are doing great this week. As we make it to the other half of October, be prepared for the holiday Halloween. Get your spooks on! Besides the movies It, Happy Death Day, Leatherface and the upcoming Jigsaw, get ready for another horror movie but for anime fans. Started from Oct 16 and ending on Oct 22, the series Tokyo Ghoul is now a live-action movie and it will be screening in select theaters here in the United States. Based on the manga and anime, the story is about Ken Kaneki who was human but then later becomes a half ghoul after nearly getting killed by his date who was actually a ghoul. In a desperate measures to save his life, doctors decided to use the organs from his ghoul girlfriend and transplant them into his and causing him become half-human and half-ghoul. Now that he is part of two worlds, he must learn to control himself from becoming a cannibalistic creature, surviving from territorial ghouls and even people who wants them dead. If you like Tokyo Ghoul and you want to watch a movie in live action, go check this out; the last day is on October 22. In other news, I finished the first season My Hero Academia! I did a spoiler-free review if you want to read my opinions.

With all said, let’s begin this tempting Friday!

To bring hype to Tokyo Ghoul, here are some music.

That is all my friends. Whether you are human or ghoul or both, let’s go and have a great weekend. Let’s go home.