New ‘Sword Art Online: Lost Song' Game Trailer Offers A Brief Glimpse of Sinon Taking Down An Enemy With Her Arrow

Although it may be a while before the "Sword Art Online" anime series returns, fans of the series can still get plenty of action by playing the new "Sword Art Online" video games created for the mobile and Playstation platforms.

A new TV ad/trailer was released today for the upcoming Playstation 3 and PS Vita game, "Sword Art Online: Lost Song." Though it's a relatively short trailer, fans can get a brief glimpse of Sinon taking down an enemy with her arrow in true Sniper fashion. Fans can check out the new trailer for "Sword Art Online: Lost Song" below.

"Sword Art Online" has a plethora of female characters to be attached to, but M3ga_P1xel on Reddit finds Sinon to be one of the highlights of the series.

"In my personal opinion, I really like how Sinon's character development was executed and I really love her as a person. Her personality is just like mine, and I can relate with her. She was the highlight to SAO II so far in my opinion," explained M3ga_P1xel.

Given the amount of discussion this lead to on Reddit, perhaps there's a substantial amount of fans that prefer Sinon above all else.

Whatever the case may be, she as well as Kirito, Asuna, and Yui will all be appearing in "Sword Art Online: Lost Song" when it is released. According to Anime News Network "Sword Art Online: Lost Song" was announced at last year's Tokyo Game Show. The game is set to be released in Japan on March 26.

Anime News Network also reports that there will be a special edition of "Sword Art Online: Lost Song" that includes a soundtrack CD, bonus content Blu-ray, poster, and special booklet. There will also be localized English and Chinese versions of the game that Bandai Namco says will contain better translations than "Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment."

"Sword Art Online" was originally a series of light novels written by Reki Kawahara. The novel was then adapted into two seasons of anime, streamed to fans by Aniplex.

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