Editor's Note:

Each volume of the game can be purchased with a volume of a four-part animated feature. Titled, ".hack Vol. 3: Erosion Pollution" in Japan.

Added on: October 21, 2002

[edit] Background

The .hack franchise will combine an anime series, an episodic dungeon-crawling PS2 game, and four animated features (each volume packaged with each chapter of the game). In the year 2007, players across the world enjoy an online dungeon-hacking game, "The World". Something has gone wrong in this online world, and a player with the handle "Kite" must use his special abilities within the game to uncover the truth behind this. Chat with NPCs "outside" your game to gain important clues.

[edit] Features

  • Bring your save data over from Part 2 and hit the ground running in Part 3 with your leveled up characters and items.
  • Simulated MMORPG: no internet connection required!
  • Dual Voiceover: Choose either English or Japanese for a totally immersive experience.
  • Encounter characters from the television series

Official URL

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User Reviews


.hack//Versus brings fan favorites to the fighting game scene

And another one gets on the fighting game bus

Mar 21, 2012, by Susan Schreck | 15 comments

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Feb 27, 05 4:02pm

The third installation in the .Hack series is fun. I never thought that I would say...

Jan 14, 05 9:27pm

Overall, 2nd best only to the 4th one in my opinion. I like how they continue the flow...

Nov 30, 04 5:38am

In my opinion the best game in the series of .hack.Has the best story and many...

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  • Publisher: Bandai
  • Developer: CyberConnect2
  • Genre: Fantasy Role-playing (PS2)
  • Theme(s): Anime
  • Perspective(s): Third Person
Release Dates
  • North America: Oct 10, 2003
  • Europe: Sep 10, 2004
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