Summary: Every modern console's lifespan sees the realisation of anime to game conversions, seeing popular spiky-haired chap and chapettes duking it out in the ring, or frolicking outdoors with fireballs, swords and other mystical forces.
Excerpt: Released in tandem with Bleach: The Blade of Fate for the DS, Sega brings Bleach: Shattered Blade to the Wii. Expanding the amount of fighting games available on the Wii, Shattered Blade is an adequate release that unfortunately does little to innovate within the 3D fighting platform.
Excerpt: What would you get if you made a game that has elements of Tekken, Bushido Blade, Street Fighter and Naruto all rolled into one? You’d end up with Bleach: Shattered Blade, a sword fighting game. The new title is based upon the anime series Bleach.
Excerpt: When gaming is mixed with highly popular license products, be it movies, programs or in this case anime, they usually don’t turn out to be the best games they can be. Most are usually quickly thrown together and released to be able to maximise the income from the license product.
Excerpt: You'd think by now we'd have learnt not to get swept up in the false promise of a game's opening cinematic. In arcades, the terminology for this was coined as 'attract screens', a feature that did exactly that: showcase what the title offered, thereby attracting gamers over for a butchers.
Summary: Bleach llega a Wii y por primera vez a Europa en una consola de sobremesa. Se trata de un nuevo juego de lucha, con una historia completamente nueva y una jugabilidad a base de Wiimote. ¿Estará a la altura de su gran nombre?