Summary: This game took a little while to get used to because I'm so used to fighting with buttons. Pro is that it feels like your arms are getting a workout! I've always been interested in stories, even in the games. The game for DS was great and followed the episodes. This one is the same story over and over for all episodes and not much that's interesting in the storyline, though I hear fighting games story lines are usually weak anyway.
Summary: While I LOVE the TV series, I thought that the game was lacking. It was "okay" for a fighting game. Pros: 3D environment Many characters to play (and you open more as you go) easy controls and cool moves Cons: Easy to beat Easy to be bored (after a few hours I was ready to be done with this game) Load times
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 then you can "BANKAI" your heart out ^o^ ^_^
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: 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. For a game based on fighting to be sucessful for the Wii it better have the basics down.
Alberto Manzanilla "gamer - as of today - wii", Amazon
9 November 2007
Summary: I'm not a fan of the series,hardly know it, but I wanted a good fighting game that exploited the wiimote a little more than what MK:A did, the controls are good an solid althoug a little simple and limited, the game itself is good, nice graphics with very good resemblance to their anime counterparts, nice animation, backgrounds are a little on the dull side but they do the job, the bankai animations are very good looking, but they tend to get a little on the way of the...
A fun launch title, should be priced as launch title
Paul Katz, Amazon
20 October 2007
Summary: This game is pretty fun, and is kind of a workout, as you actually need to swing the Wii-mote for swordfighting and weapon use. It looks decent, although the DragonballZ games on the Wii look a bit better in my opinion. There are also plenty of unlockables. My biggest gripe is that the AI is pretty lame. On Hard, the episode mode was exceptionally easy. It was a rarity to get beaten by anyone. Footwork and flash steps seem to turn almost any fight in your favor.
True to the series, a little lackluster as a fighting game...
16 October 2007
Summary: Bleach:Shattered Blade is a wonderful homage to the series. The artist and writer worked together with the game makers to create a story line that can be seen as in cannon, and original storylines and 2-D graphics for a few of the characters. The huge array of characters lets you pick one who's fighting style works for you, or maybe just your favorite character.
Conclusion: Having gotten this a little early, i've had a few days now to try it out, and from what i've experienced, it's just Wii Sports Boxing with the introduction of the A button for critical hits and the B button for specials...