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SAO Alicization arc coming to UK and IRE

SAO Alicization arc coming to UK and IRE
Russell Phillips
Author: Russell Phillips

Russell has been a semi-regular reviewer for UK-Anime since 2005 [mainly specialising in non mainstream manga titles].


After much excitement and waiting Crunchyroll have announced that they will be airing the latest chapter of Reki Kawahara's Sword art online saga: Alicization, starting on Saturday the 6th of October.

In the latest post from Crunchyroll they have confirmed that the United Kingdom and Ireland will be amongst the countries able to stream the epic four course (around 50 episodes) series.

Synposis:

“Where…am I…?” Before he knows it, Kirito has made a full-dive into an epic, fantasy-like virtual world. With only a murky recollection of what happened right before he logged in, he starts to wander around, searching for clues. He comes upon an enormous, pitch dark tree (the Gigas Cedar), where he encounters a boy. “My name is Eugeo. Nice to meet you, Kirito.” Although he is supposedly a resident of the virtual world - an NPC - the boy shows the same array of emotions as any human being. As Kirito bonds with Eugeo, he continues to search for a way to log out of this world. Meanwhile, he remembers a certain memory deep down within him. He remembers racing through the mountains with Eugeo as a child… A memory that he should not have in the first place... And in this memory, he sees someone other than Eugeo, a young blond girl. Her name is Alice. And it is a name that must never be forgotten…

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