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Sword Art Online: Aincrad

Sword Art Online: Aincrad

Alternative Titles

English: Sword Art Online: Aincrad
Japanese: ソードアート・オンライン アインクラッド

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 2
Chapters: 12
Status: Finished
Published: Aug 10, 2010 to Apr 10, 2012
Authors: Kawahara, Reki (Story), Nakamura, Tamako (Art)
Serialization: Dengeki Bunko Magazine

Statistics

Score: 7.051 (scored by 6401 users)
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Ranked: #92332
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Popularity: #697
Members: 12,982
Favorites: 234

Recommendations

Conceived by the same author, both titles feature realised virtual worlds in which most of the narrative transpire within. Both titles are also action-oriented. 
reportRecommended by radiantfire
Action-oriented serialisations that are designed with a videogame aesthetic. 
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Gantz is a death game where people are forced to to kill. So the premise is similar, although the setting is completely different. One is fantasy, while the other is sci fi. being a game, SOA doesnt have any actual gore, while Gantz is more mature with both gore, and mature content. If you like one, you might enjoy the other if you want to feed on some misery in different forms. 
reportRecommended by Thedudeist
It's baffling that Overlord wasn't recommended here, perhaps because there's a large amount of spin-offs for sword art, nevertheless i will fill the void here. Overlord is about a person that lives on inside a world that started out as a game, but became something more, if you enjoyed sword art, you will definitely love Overlord. 
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These two manga's are a peas in a pod. A strong player living and fighting In a VRMMO as if it was real life, unable to log out. The similarity is outstanding. Yet The New Gate shows a totally different story right from the first chapter, if you enjoyed one, you will definitely enjoy the other. 
reportRecommended by Thedudeist
they have slightly similar setting.. they are both in a 2D world virtual reality.. 
reportRecommended by ciaorawr
I feel that a lot of people who have read Sword Art Online will like No Game No Life, not really because they are very similar, in fact they are two ends of the same shelf so to speak given that one is about tying to escape from a new world and the other is about making it in a new world, but the key similarity is they both feature a main character who enjoys games and uses that to pursue their end goal. So in conclusion they are both rather different whilst being subtly similar given they are both about someone who gets a  read more 
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Both have similar feel as a dark reality of death that hang over the peaceful lives of the characters. The protagonist in SAO is also very similar to layfon as they are both socially awkward, are self-critisizing, have a dark haunting past, and extrememly overpowerly strong. 
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The narratives of these two titles are set within virtual worlds in which characters interact with others as well as engage in combat. 
reportRecommended by radiantfire
Game-Like Sword art online about people who get stuck in a game. Dungeon about people living, fighting in dungeons drinking potions buying weapons like a game 
reportRecommended by -Zekkai-
Both players are in an online world that is like reality. 
reportRecommended by Ksiousha
Both of these titles situate characters in a "game" with realistic consequences, both in the present and the future. 
reportRecommended by radiantfire
same as to other .hack// series setting is the same.. they are in the virtual reality 2D world.. 
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