GOOD: Fighting as Soul Reapers, Quincy or Espadas is fun because you get to use their powers.
BAD: There aren't that many levels and each is essentially the same. They're repetitive and short. After beating the main story, all there is left to do is missions.
I was really excited to get this game, sadly I was let down. I beat the story mode of this game in about a hour and a half. The mission mode was really boring, and most characters played the same. the graphics weren't special, and the music was lame. I like bleach but this game killed it for me. I am in awe why people like this game, but hey I guess its based on your opinion, and age, if you are 13 or younger you might enjoy this game, but if you are older, get ready to beat the whole story and mission mode in a day and send it back quick...
posted by iggygirl12 (SPOKANE VALLEY, WA) Sep 1, 2011
Member since Sep 2011
Bleach: Soul Resurreccion, is a game that has received more publicity than it should. This is not a game you want to just pick up out of nowhere. In order to fully understand the storyline, you would have to have either read the manga, or watched the anime. Throughout the game you’re provided with synopses of the different episode you are playing. However, they are short and not very well detailed, so if you've never really watched, or read the series you will not understand what is going on. On the other hand, if you are new to the melee fighting style of games, this is a game for you. It is basically button smasher heaven. The combat system allows for easy combos and a quick death for the Hollows, but if you enjoy a challenge then you may not enjoy this game. For the combat system is elementary and could have used more attention during the creation process. Even on hard all the levels seem to go by fast, and the boss fights, even faster. Over all, the story line is choppy and the combat system needs work, but for all those button smashers out there, this just might be the game you are looking for.