Yuuki in Real Life! Medicuboid – Sword Art Online II 22 (Thoughts)

Sword Art Online II 22 see’s Asuna go into a Medicuboid institute and thus meets the real Yuuki has who has been hooked up to one. Asuna meets the real Yuuki whose immune system has collapses leaving her vulnerable to being attacked by any and all infections.

Sword Art Online II 22, I kind of saw this coming, I knew to a point that Yuuki was hooked up to a few machine, but didn’t know the reason. I should say that I am a scientist, I am in that profession in real life and do somewhat know how bad it can be to have such AIDS or Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome.

The overall episode was somewhat emotional, not on a level where it would make you tear up and cry real bad. Nevertheless, I like how it all went down, it seems that this arc in itself is a way to discover how the whole virtual reality can help. Rather it’s less of a game and now much more of a growing technology where it can either help people.

I kind of know what Kirito goes into in the future, so it’s quite interesting to see Kirito doing all his current work, making what he’s got into something useful with the help of Yui. Nevertheless, it seems like it’s going along fine, I can’t wait for next week’s Sword Art Online II 23, titled “Beginning of a Dream”.

There are 2 comments

  1. The Otaku Judge

    This sort of thing happens in present day. For housebound people playing an MMO or interacting with others via the web becomes their life.


    1. Sunite

      I guess it might be, but something like this could become a serious problem. People are supposed to go out and explore the world, some people might be too scared or something. But I know that some people cannot do that for specific reasons.


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