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It does not. Very disappointing. I love SAO! And this was a perfect addition to it. I can't wait until the next one which the ending clearly shows there will be another one. It was exciting and had me glued to my seat to watch it. I'll likely end up buying this one too since I only rented it to watch it. It was moving just like SAO always has been. And I love the fact that each time the story is even more interwoven. A good story is always the beginnings of a good movie and this one definitely has it.

I hope there is a great deal more of SAO in the future. One person found this helpful. good movie to bad the last 2 seasons weren't as good. I would give this one star, but that's only because there doesn't seem to be a dub option. Just watched it by other means. As far as the product goes, man this movie was awesome.

This was way better than that Excalibur arc crap. I loved how the adopted the story from someone who suffered from the effects of SAO and the nerve gear. What a father do to bring his daughter back? Excellent plot device. And of course Kirito and Asuna with their romance was a welcome.

I love this couple! This movie e did a great job bringing back all the main characters, and meshing their roles together. It was slow starting, but really built up the SAO feelings and intensity! Just like in the series, the intensity of the emotions is conveyed amazingly, through out all the skilled animation. The movie builds, and builds, until the final show down.

I was also glad to see that it was two hours long, with a bonus after the credits! This is a must see for any SAO lover. Despite the cons of the series some which I agree with even though this is my favorite anime series, I have to say I thoroughly enjoyed this movie it provided answers to all my questions while kept me entertained.

The only fault I found was the shipping and handling left my box dented on one of its corners, but with hope of better handling in shipments for future customers I cannot justify it affecting my rating of my satisfaction with this movie. Very nice movie I love the whole complete series. It's one of those that you will hate when it's going to be over.

You've really got to try this it's really excellent. I love the graphics. I love the characters especially the two main ones. If it ever ends I will be very very sad. If you enjoyed SAO, the movie is a great end-cap to the story.

Animation and voice actors were consistent with the original episodes and the English Translation did not distract from a really great story that touches on many of the technological challenges of the future.

It was a great addition to the source material, well worth your time to watch and enjoy it. See all reviews. Top reviews from other countries. Translate all reviews to English. I've said it before, but I'll say it again: 'Sword Art Online' is one of the best anime series I've personally ever seen.

What started as a random buy on Amazon became the single most important addition to my DVD collection. I was so awestruck by its characters, action sequences and genuine heartfelt emotion that it inspired me to begin writing reviews. Since then, I've analysed the first two seasons across eight separate DVDs - sometimes spending months on each to get them just right. I would have reviewed the 'Extra Edition' as well, but the English Dub has never been released as a single DVD to my knowledge.

While it did take some time for a third season to be produced, we got the next best thing in a feature-length movie. So now that SAO has transitioned to the big screen will it prove it's worthy of that honour? Or does the game get boring the more times you play?

Let's start with the story. Taking place four years after the initial SAO incident, a new device has hit the Japanese market called the Augma; a tool which allows the wearer to access Augmented Reality AR. Unlike the well-established NerveGear and AmuSphere rigs, the Augma is fully portable and enables the user to remain conscious while playing.

As expected the device is an instant success, and many hardcore gamers have taken to using it. Including, Asuna Yuuki, Lisbeth, Silica and many of their other friends. One person who's late to this new trend, however, is Kirito, who's become so used to VR games that AR is a bit off-putting. After being convinced to try it by his friends, he joins them in playing 'Ordinal Scale' - the most popular game on the server.

However, as is always the case, the game isn't what it appears. And when former SAO survivors begin losing their memories, it's up to Kirito and his friends to find out who's behind it and what the stolen memories are for.

One thing that stood out to me in this movie was just how much the Augma has been implemented into everyday life. It's not just a gaming tool. People use it while exercising, to monitor their health, and as a form of communication. On top of that, the system offers real-world discounts and rewards based on how much you play and what your overall rank is.

Because of this, people are literally playing 'Ordinal Scale' all the time, and in some cases, the authorities close off whole areas of the city just because there's an in-game event taking place there. You could say it's a social commentary on how technology and gaming are slowly dominating our lives, and how too much of it can be dangerous. The scary thing is, we actually have something like 'Ordinal Scale' in real-life already; a game where you have to go to certain areas at specific times of day and do things to be rewarded.

Ever hear of 'Pokemon Go'? On that note, this movie also contains several hidden references to other well-known gaming and technology companies; like Sony, SEGA and VAIO. There are even some not-so-subtle references, which emphasise just how much gaming has advanced since the days of arcades.

One of the very first scenes with our main characters actually has them playing a virtual game of Pac-Man. Outside the technology aspect, though, there's a heavy message on the importance of memories. Sword Art Online was a game where players were trapped in a virtual world for two years, and death in the game meant death in real life.

The survivors made both good and bad memories there, but even the most horrific ones are what shaped them into the people they are today. If we choose to reject our past, or completely forget about it, then we lose an essential part of our being, and it can have dire consequences on our relationships - both with people and reality itself.

This is what motivates many of the characters' actions - particularly the antagonists', which I'll get to in a moment. Additionally, there's an emphasis on why it's important to remember the people who died in tragic events, not just the survivors who seem more significant.

But with all that said, let's get into the bulk of this review. Because 'Ordinal Scale' is without a doubt a character-driven movie. And at its core, are two players we've come to love since the very beginning; boy- and girlfriend, Kauzuto Kirigaya Kirito and Asuna Yuuki.

Starting with Kirito, he plays one of his most intriguing roles in the franchise to date. A common complaint about his character is that he's too overpowered; no matter what virtual game he enters, he always finds a way to become the best player quickly and defeat all the experts who've been playing for much longer. In 'Ordinal Scale' that's not the case. Although he's been given an Augma to test, like the other SAO survivors, he doesn't use it very often because he prefers escaping into a different world, rather than actual reality being altered around him.

He's even a bit cynical towards his friends for using the Augma all the time - even though he once devoted his entire life to gaming before the events of the first season. Also, boss raids work very differently in AR, given they take place in real-world environments, with real physics - if you run or get hit in 'Ordinal Scale', then it's your real body taking damage. As such, Kirito isn't as fast or skilled with a sword as he used to be.

It doesn't bother him too much. But seeing him in this disadvantaged state, especially when all his friends are experts at AR, isn't something we're used to. It really shows how difficult change can be to a traditionalist, and how hard Kirto has to fight when it really matters to him. For example, there's this montage building towards the climax where he has to force himself to get better at the game by going through multiple boss raids in a row.

His life isn't on the line or anything. But given he could lose his memories, and how much of an amateur he is, it's still pretty intense to watch.

Plus, we get to see him work his way up to becoming the best player - rather than it just spontaneously happening. It's a much more rewarding experience for his character. Then there's Asuna.

She's honestly the reason I love this franchise so much. I know Kirito is meant to be the main lead of the series, but I always find myself more attracted to the females in anime to see if they can support the story as well as their male counterparts. And Asuna certainly does. Not only is she Kirito's equal in terms of strength, but in many ways, she's superior to him. She's a powerful leader from her time in SAO, is capable of directing boss raids - even with people she's never met - and is just as skilled with a sword as her boyfriend.

Also, she has a very selfless personality and isn't afraid to stand up for her beliefs. Knowing how great she can be, I always have high expectations for Asuna. Which is why I hated her portrayal in 'Alfhiem' but adored her role in 'Mother's Rosario'.

Fortunately, this movie knows just how valuable Asuna is. For the most part, she shares the same amount of screentime as Kirito; displaying her sword skills and what she gets up to in her personal life. There is a part where she begins losing her memories of SAO, and it affects her health and mentality to some degree. But she's never made helpless because of it. She doesn't forget Kirito or how she feels about him; she maintains her love for him and is still willing to fight despite her condition.

I was so afraid she was going to be left out of the final battle. But no. She decides she can't let her friends take all the risks and jumps right in to help them.

If this franchise were solely about Asuna, it would still be a success. The only thing arguably better than Asuna herself is her relationship with Kirito. No matter what happens, the franchise never forgets to show us their progress as a couple. And 'Ordinal Scale' is no exception. For one thing, we regularly see them spending time alone together; discussing how they're going to move forward. Asuna's mother actually wants to meet Kirito in person sometime.

Which is saying a lot, considering how disapproving she was of her daughter's relationship with him before 'Mother's Rosario'. Kirito also visits Asuna's house for the first time, and by the end of the movie, it seems like they've actually decided to get engaged. But the one thing that never changes is their undying love for one another. You'd think with Kirito detesting augmented reality, and Asuna spending so much time using it, there'd be some strain in their relationship.

But, like a true boyfriend, Kirito understands it's something she's passionate about and doesn't let that affect how he feels about her. Plus, when she begins losing her memories, it's a true test of their love. It's scary to think Asuna could forget her past, particularly her life with Kirito. Kirito, himself, knows that if he loses his own memories, he could forget how much he loves her. That's why it's so touching when they promise never to forget their feelings, even if they can't recall their first two years together.

A lot of people like SAO for its action sequences and gaming themes. But it's this relationship that breathes life into the franchise. However, if you think Kirito and Asuna are great, SAO also features a wide range of supporting characters. Some were inevitably going to get more screentime than others. But the movie gives us just enough of each to highlight what makes them all special.

First, there are the players Kirito and Asuna have known since their time in SAO. Like Klien and Agil. Klien first started out as a generic, twenty-something guy, who lived alone, played virtual games and was eagerly looking for a girlfriend.

But over time, he developed a very respectable personality; looking out for his friends in battle and taking pride in the way he chooses to play. Even if there's some significant risk to it, Kilen will never abandon someone in need.

There are sometimes when he's a bit self-indulgent - but in a charming way. That's why it's disheartening to see him and his guild become victims of the antagonists. As for Agil, he's not featured as often as Klien, but whenever we do see him, it's clear he's a good-hearted man, who's always willing to lend a hand in battle or find information.

Also, we learn quite a bit about his personal life. He runs a cafe in town, where the group usually meets up, and he even met his wife through online gaming. Their personalities may be different, but there's no denying Klien and Agil are valuable allies. There's also Yui; Kirito and Asuna's in-game daughter, who's an AI program.

Not only is she featured throughout the movie, thanks to the Augma system, but she's incredibly adorable in her pixie form and is bursting with information. Whenever the group needs help finding a lead or making sense of what they know, Yui has the technical means to do so - which comes in very handy.

However, while some characters are used to their full potential, others aren't used as well as they could be. For example, one person I was interested to see in this movie was Sinon. Introduced as a lead in 'Phantom Bullet', she made the arc all her own by having an intense backstory and the willpower to overcome her personal demons. Unfortunately, once she'd come to terms with her past, there was little else to her character besides her sniper skills, and newfound friendship with Kirito and the others.

As a result, she's been used very sparingly in the franchise ever since. In the movie, she does make regular appearances. But she doesn't get involved with the plot properly until the second half - and even then it's a bit lacklustre until the climax. They do add some extra dimension to her character, by mentioning she has a job now and that she has the advantage of not being an SAO survivor, but it would've been great to see her in a few more action sequences.

Kirito visits Klein in the hospital and confirms that Klein's SAO memories are also missing. Kirito goes to the Dire Tusk boss battle at Tokyo Dome City looking for Eiji, where he is joined by Sinon; although he is concerned for her safety, Sinon reminds Kirito that she is not an SAO survivor.

During the boss battle, an SAO survivor is defeated and Kirito witnesses a glowing memory orb being collected by an OS drone. Yui tries to retrieve the memory orb from the drone but fails after being blocked by the OS system.

After the battle, Kirito is frustrated that Eiji did not show up, but meets the hooded girl a third time, who repeats her actions from before. Kirito and Yui figure out that she is pointing towards Touto Technical University. Kirito goes to the university and meets Professor Tetsuhiro Shigemura, who developed Augma. Shigemura refuses to answer any questions.

Before leaving, Kirito notices on Shigemura's desk a picture of a girl who resembles Yuna. Kirito talks to Seijirō Kikuoka, who informs him that Shigemura's daughter, Yuna, died in SAO. Kirito warns Kikuoka that the memory loss may be affecting other SAO survivors playing OS.

Visiting Asuna's home, Kirito promises Asuna that he will get her memories back. While searching for clues, Kirito encounters the hooded girl yet again, who he confirms is Yuna.

When she tells him his rank is too low, Kirito decides to level up hardcore, recklessly chain-soloing as many bosses as he can, and improving his AR swordwork with help from Leafa. Days later, the OS players gather at the Tokyo National Stadium for Yuna's first live concert. In the lower levels, Kirito duels with Eiji, who claims he has a way to return Asuna's memories. After Kirito defeats him, Eiji reveals that Shigemura has been harvesting memories of SAO players in an attempt to reconstruct his lost daughter's soul and resurrect her as an AI; having SAO survivors concentrated in one place is the final stage of the plan and Eiji believes he has won.

Kirito rushes back upstairs to warn everyone, calling Kikuoka on the way. Kikuoka warns Kirito that all the memory harvesting drones scanning everyone at once could damage the players' brains, killing them like the NerveGear did in SAO.

As a horde of Aincrad bosses appear and terrorize the stadium, Kirito and Yuna join the battle. Yuna tells Kirito that the Augma has a hidden full-dive feature and he can use it to defeat SAO's th floor boss to stop the scan and save everyone. Before diving, Kirito gives Asuna an engagement ring. Entering the Ruby Palace of Floor , Kirito, Lisbeth, Silica, Agil, and Sinon confront the boss. They are easily overwhelmed until Asuna, Leafa, Klein, and several other memorable players from ALO and GGO come to their aid.

Yui restores their saved abilities from SAO, allowing everyone to defeat the boss. The voice of Akihiko Kayaba congratulates them on their victory and gives Kirito an extremely powerful sword as a reward. The group returns to the arena still in full-dive where Kirito, now OS's top-ranked player, effortlessly dispatches the bosses with his new sword.

Meanwhile, in the real world, Kikuoka finds Shigemura in the abandoned server room of Argus the defunct company that once ran SAO and arrests him. The hooded Yuna restores the survivors' memories and fades out of existence since her existence was tied to that of the Floor boss.

Afterwards, Kirito and Asuna fulfill the promise they made to each other in Aincrad, to watch a meteor shower together. Asuna returns Kirito's promise ring so he can properly put it on her hand this time, which he does. In a post-credits scene, Kikuoka, who was impressed with Shigemura's attempt at AI and soul reconstruction, recruits Shigemura to Rath. At the Dengeki Bunko Autumn Festival on October 4, , it was announced that the light novel series would be adapted into an animated film, with the main staff returning from the anime series.

The film's soundtrack is composed by Yuki Kajiura , who also composed the music for the anime series. The soundtrack features 50 tracks, including 5 insert songs performed by Sayaka Kanda. It was released by Aniplex on February 22, LiSA performed the film's theme song, titled "Catch the Moment". The film premiered in Japan, Southeast Asia and Germany on February 18, The Asian premieres were distributed by Aniplex and Odex , respectively.

theaters on March 9, A few days after the world premiere, a leak of the film was found online, tracing the source back to Malaysia and Singapore. The Blu-ray and DVD home video release volumes of Sword Art Online The Movie: Ordinal Scale were released in Japan on September 27, and North America on December 19, The film on its opening weekend opened at No.

In China, the film has grossed ¥ By October 1, , the film had grossed a total of over ¥4. Yuna makes her first video game appearance in Accel World VS. Sword Art Online as a DLC playable character. She later makes her second DLC appearance in Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet alongside game original character Seven and Eiji, the latter making his video game debut in Fatal Bullet. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Reki Kawahara Tomohiko Itō. Yoshitsugu Matsuoka Haruka Tomatsu Ayana Taketatsu Kanae Itō Rina Hidaka Ayahi Takagaki Miyuki Sawashiro Hiroaki Hirata Hiroki Yasumoto Kōichi Yamadera Toshiyuki Morikawa Sayaka Kanda Yoshio Inoue Takeshi Kaga.

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