Summary: (I am not actually Susan, I am here son using her acount.) I bought Mortal Kombat shortly after it came out thinking that it would be a fun game for when my friends came over. I like having lots of character chooses but I quickly grew tired of it. I traded MK with a friend for bleach.
Summary: I rented this game for two days. I returned it after one. Why you ask, because within an hour I had mastered it and finished it three times. The game has decent graphics but it is simple to just shake the remote and win. It doesn't take any skill.
Summary: If you are bleach fan you will love the game its really fan and interactive......at first it is the type of game that you will play and love until you win everything then it joins your collection of games that you never look at again, unless you really love bleach and have friends that do as well...
Summary: if your a bleach fan this is a must get game. The only downfall is the game is short. u fight 10 guys and then its beaten. then u chose another guy and do the same thing. this happens for a total of 8 times. and then the other character u got to unlock on arcade mode.
Summary: Im a fan of the anime bleach but the game isn't what i had hoped. its kinda fun but its just a little too simple. the story mode is really week it might as well had just been a fighting game with out a story line.
Summary: My one major gripe is that I wish they'd left the japanese language track as an option. Nothing against the dub, but. . . it's a dub. I want the original Byakuya taunting me, or the ability to put the real Ichigo in his place.
Summary: Based on the anime and manga series by Tite Kubo, "Bleach: Shattered Blade" has all the parts in place for a good fighting game. However, the game defies all expectations in how poorly it is executed.