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It's been a while since the first part, and I hope you are ready for more.
I will now talk a bit about the second half of the first season and all the second season. why, you may
ask. It's because it all follows the same themes and fail to achieve the good things in the first half.
Let's start a brief summary. The story follows Kirito and the other characters after they escape and
wake up from the game. However Asuna (Kirito's girlfriend) doesn't wake up and for some
circumstances he ends up in another VR game, this time not trapped but in the quest to rescue Asuna.
He plays the game, meets a girl who falls in love with him, she ended up being his sister, bla bla bla and
Kirito ends up saving Asuna. The rest of the series can be matched with this pattern.
The series removed one of the good things that make SAO an enjoyable anime, the real threat of dead.
Every situation in the series after that seems forced and unnatural, trying to stretch the show and that it not finishes.
Because of that, the relationship between Asuna and Kirito goes backwards and at the
beginning of the second season he presents her only as a friend.
They could make a good anime finishing in the first part, but they chose the money.
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