Bleach: Soul Resurreccion - Playstation 3

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About the Product

  • A Massive Free-roaming Cel-shaded Action/adventure!: The incredibly popular anime and manga franchise comes to PS3 as an action-packed free-roaming adventure with silky smooth animations and breathtaking special effects.
  • First Console Game for the Huge Anime Mega-Franchise: With over 65 million copies of the manga sold and over 1 million in US DVD sales, Bleach is one of the most popular anime series in the world, and Soul Resurreccion marks the IP's first console game.
  • 21 playable characters in the mission mode! Bleach fans will certainly not be left wanting more, since the game has much more to offer!
  • Customizable Character Leveling System! Unlock status enhancements and add special abilities through a customized "Character Map" for each playable character.

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Product Description

Bleach: Soul Resurreccion gives players the sensation of single-handedly destroying an army of monsters and evil spirits with lightning-fast swordfighting action. Gamers can re-live the experiences of various characters from the popular anime series by closely following the original story. Soul Resurreccion delivers an unparalleled anime action game experience!

From the Manufacturer

At last the popular manga/anime series makes its way to the PlayStation®3 platform! There are numerous anime-based video games, but many fall short in gameplay. Bleach: Soul Resurrección; however, faithfully represents the anime series with its beautiful cel-shaded graphics and combines it with amazing gameplay. The game style is simple enough for action game beginners, yet has enough features to satisfy hardcore players. The game follows the battle against the evil Arrancars, but there are times when you will be able to play as the enemy. This is especially exciting if you follow the manga closely, since you can be characters in the manga that are normally forgotten after being defeated.

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Bleach: Soul Resurrección gives players the sensation of single-handedly destroying an army of monsters and evil spirits with lightning-fast swordfighting action.

Gamers can re-live the experiences of various characters from the anime by closely following the original story. The environments are faithfully reproduced with beautiful cel-shaded 3D models that will satisfy even the most devoted fans. Bleach: Soul Resurrección will give gamers an unparalleled anime action game experience.


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Game Features

  • 21 playable characters from the hit anime/manga BLEACH
  • Massive free-roaming action/adventure game with beautiful anime-inspired cel-shaded graphics
  • Various game modes, including: Story Mode, Mission Mode, and more
  • Customizable character leveling system: unlock status enhancements and add special abilities through a customized “character map” for each playable character

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  1. Amazing visuals with fluid animations!
  2. 21 Playable characters!
  3. Unique weapons & skills!
  4. Intuitive power up system!
  5. Play as the villains!
  6. Stunning super moves!


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Product Description
Based on the popular manga/anime series, Bleach: Soul Resurrección depicts the battle between the Soul Reapers and the army of evil Arrancars that threaten the peace of the world.


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ASIN B002I0JNFI
Release date August 2, 2011
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4.2 out of 5 stars 198 customer reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars
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Product Dimensions 5.3 x 6.7 x 0.6 inches
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By Tristan A. Hayes VINE VOICE on August 2, 2011
Bleach Soul Resurreccion is America's first Sony developed Bleach game. Although we have not received many of the PSP ones, Bleach Soul Resurreccion is a great first entry for the franchise on this system. Rather than being a fully fledged fighter type game, it takes the established hack and slash formula but adds a bit of the good ole Bleach flair to it. What this created was a fun yet extremely short story experience that highlighted 14 key moments of the arc in the franchise with some narration that was heightened by the fact that we could play through these moments. Ultimately, it was enjoyable.

The real joy of the game comes from over 25 different missions that can be played by a majority of the games 21 member cast. Missions can vary between defeating 100 soul reapers, to being handicapped by not being able to jump. It is here that I have to replay and build my characters level to take on opponents in three different difficulty modes to be able to unlock more soul points (utilized for raising the characters level and growth, up to lvl 175) to have character gain new abilities and better states. What is the price, perhaps gratification and being able to complete numerous trophies. This game prides itself on replayability and because of the Bleach franchise and playing as Rukia, Hitsugaya in his bankai state, Byakuya, Ichigo in his bankai state, Grimmjow, and others, it wont get old for a long time. The story mode took me naught but six or so hours, while missions mode is taking me quite a long time. In addition to missions mode there are character figures to collect, with voice clips, which is a nice touch.

Graphically the game looks great via its manner that emulates the anime.
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Let's start off with what they did right, shall we?

The Good:
They did a good job at making you feel like you're a kick butt Bleach character in powered up mode--all of the enemies die relatively easily. This can be a bad thing as well, but a simple difficulty increase fixes that problem. There is lots of replay value (assuming it doesn't bother you that the side quests outnumber the main storyline content in orders of magnitude) that will keep you busy and upgrading your characters for quite some time. They did a decent job at making all the characters have different strengths, and mostly different attacks. Hell, they even threw in unlockable guys gated behind the last sidequests, which will give you something to aim for.

The Bad:
This game just FEELS like it should have been a fighter, and not an action/RPG. There is very little story, and it skips large segments of the Bleach storyline to the point where it is basically spoiling the story for you if you haven't yet read/watched that far in the manga/anime. It even implies that certain characters beat certain bosses, where in the manga they simply fought (and the battle didn't neccessarily come to the conclusion you would think). The game doesn't explain how you went from point A to point B a lot of times (especially near the end), but again, that ties in with the lack of a cohesive story. As I alluded to earlier, the main story is EXTREMELY short. By that, I mean I beat it in a single morning--and this was with breaks to play the mission mode (the sidequest/repeatable missions I spoke of earlier).

And that's pretty much it. If you are reading my review and think it sounds really negative...well, I guess it kind of is.
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Although the story mode isn't as faithful as it could have been, this game is still a nice change of pace to the anime video game realm. The graphics are great for having the anime look, the lip sync is far better than most anime games. The specials and spirit attacks for the most part stay true to the anime. Although this game has a good quality in gameplay, it gets repetitive kinda fast so i reccomend playing this game in sessions. After u get bored with it, beat a different game and then come back to it. Or just go back and forth between two games, whatever works for you. Oh and this game can have some very challenging missions and ALOT of Hidden Trophies.
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With anime-based hack and slash games(Beat'em ups)being the games that japanese developers have focused on for a few years its no suprise this game exists. Games such as One piece pirate warriors(A real game that pleases fans),Naruto ultimate ninja impact(It was a copy of the ultimate ninja storm series with hack n slash combat instead of fighting and it was fine), and even the new blockbuster anime game title Naruto shippuden ultimate ninja storm 3(Looks like an amazing game) will have Hack n slash levels in the story mode. Every popular series (Except for dragon ball Z for some reason) is making these types of games and Bleach too jumped on board. But it should have really just stuck with the fighting game genre.

Story: Bleach obviously follows a kid named Ichigo who becomes a substitute soul reaper(Basically soul reapers are the good versions of grim reapers) after a real one give him the powers. Now him and his friends and the soul reaper captains(Strongest soul reapers in the soul society or heaven really) must fight the arrancars (Evil beings that are half hollow or demon and half soul reaper).Thats totaly normal. The story seems cool but lacks spunk and personallity and is the reason i dislike the anime.

Story mode: Short and how you unlock the games small roster of just over 20 characters. Its basically about what i just explained. While bleach will be bleach it still isnt on par with most anime games and makes it bad.

Mission mode:do missions.there are around 30 or so but they get repetitive.

Soul attack: "Horde" mode pretty much mixed with "score attack" mode.

Gameplay: Solid but dull at the same time. Its of course a button masher but the combos are WAY TOO LIMITED. one button for regular melee attacks. one for ranged attacks.
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