Reviews and Problems with Bleach: Soul Resurreccion
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Pretty good, but it falls short on a few aspects
Edward Tomlinson, Amazon
23 June 2014
Summary: To be honest, I didn't really expect this game to live up to the anime it was made for. But, it did, better than I had thought it would. It's a character action game by genre, and while the gameplay is fun, I feel the Devil May Cry series did this much better.
Summary: This game is a perfect transition from the series to a game console. The PS3 blows the rest away for graphics and fps, but that only gets a game so far. I loved the gameplay - yes it's a button masher, but it had everything you needed to feel like you were controlling a soul reaper.
Summary: Love the game and the roster but wish the story was more in depth and the hell verse had a mission instead of a stage making people not know a character and the dialogue but otherwise fun game and a bleach fan should definitely pick it up
Summary: If you're a fan of bleach you'll love this for sure... The story is very short and there's not a whole lot of missions either but it is a fun game to play... If you like grinding and hack n slash this is a must buy, you'll have a grid to level up and make any character stronger...
This game really isn't as bad as other people say it would be!
28 December 2013
Summary: I've read a couple of reviews on how this game is repetitive and is just another dynasty warriors rip off. I would have to agree and disagree with some of those statements. Pros: *Great Anime style Cel-Shaded Graphics & Amazing Animations.
Summary: Sometimes I got frustrated with it and the repetitiveness of the game, but regardless I enjoyed it. The fact that you got to play so many of the characters was fun and unleash their bankai's was also cool and enjoyable.
Summary: Great game if you are a fan of bleach, I had hoped it was more of an open world game but it gives you options to play with different characters, overall it was a great experience playing the game its not monotonous or boring it leaves you always wanting to try to get a better score with other...