Reviews and Problems with Bleach: The Blade of Fate
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Cynthia Irwin "Cindy", Amazon
19 March 2013
Summary: I loved this game and the story line stayed true to the movie. I like how they have the special moves buttons in case your not good at actually memorizing special moves, though it feels like i'm cheating. The only thing I didnt like about this game was how they omitted a few of the characters that I'd like to see, but they put in Bonnie, which is useless.
Summary: The game is a bit of a button-masher, but that makes it no less fun. The graphics are amazing for a game liek this (i think). With lots of characters to choose from, you wont get bored of it easily. Story mode is a bit short, but there are lots of other things to do (and lots to unlock). I wish it had more of my favorite characters (the sequel to this game solves this tho :]) but all and all its a great game for anyone to play, even people who arent fans of the anime.
Summary: This game is really fun. This game is a fighting game, the story is based on the event of Bleach when the heroes invaded Soul Society. The fighting engen is really balanced, and the fighting moves is not like street fighter, where you have to puch 10 buttons in a row to preform a special move. However, the fighting moves is simple and easy to remember and very fun moves to preform if you have seen the serious. The graphics is really good.
Summary: This is a great game from a great anime. The storyline portion of the game loosely follows the anime; however, it is the wifi where it truly shines. Playing against human opponents is great fun and adds greater gameplay. The storyline and most of the other game modes are decent at best, but most of the characters are decently designed and allow for some competitive battles on wifi with other people.
Summary: I like the bleach series so getting this game was a no brainer. But i was surprised just how fun this game is to play. It has just about all the characters you really want to play as. And the card system gives the game a good balance. I'd say i was entertained for a good 10-15 hours. Which is pretty good for a DS game. But make sure you are a fan of the series otherwise i don't think you'll like the characters as much. Good luck!
Love the game , true to the anime, good comptitive multiplayer
Black Beard, Amazon
25 April 2008
Summary: This is one of the those really good fighting games for the ds, i love the english dubbing in the game, the side stories are fun and true to the show, variety is pesent in the form of a wide roster of shinigami including all 13 squad captains, some side charcters and the main protaganists, the game is a nice crisp fighting game that flows well and can be a fun multiplayer competition. music captures moods and keeps you excited.
Summary: When I heard they were finally bringing a Bleach game to the U.S. I was excited, and bought a DS for this reason alone. The game did not disappoint. You can choose to play story mode, arcade mode and even adventure online facing off with other Shinigami. The only downside to the game is the story mode moves really fast. Bam you're there, bam you're facing the generals. It's a quick game as far as story mode goes, but that's not the real gem.
Summary: Developed by Treasure and licensed by Sega, "Bleach: The Blade of Fate" is a rare case of being both a DS fighting game that's actually playable and an anime-based game that doesn't suck. Before you even press the Start button, you're treated to a Japanese rock ballad, in the form of an actual theme song from the show. From there, you take part in a slugfest of epic proportions.
Blood_Lust "Ever tried. Ever failed. No matte..., amazon.co.uk
28 April 2009
Summary: Oh my gosh. Everything I expected and more. I'd searched for this game for a while and when I finally got my hands on a copy, I was not dissapointed! I would point any Bleach fans in it's direction as there are episode like parts to the game and then the game it's self. You can play as most charcters from the soul society saga in the anime and their abilities on the game match those from the series including the use of bankai.