Bleach Shattered Blade Wii Manual

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Bleach Shattered Blade Wii Manual

Don't have an account. Sign up for free! If you continue to see this page, please make sure you have Javascript enabled and are accepting cookies from gamefaqs.gamespot.com, even if only temporarily. FAQ Bookmarks - Access and manage the bookmarks you have added to different guides. Bounty - Write a guide for a Most Wanted game, get cash. Game Companies - A list of all the companies that have developed and published games. Game Credits - A list of all the people and groups credited for all the games we know of. Most Wanted - The Top 100 popular games without full Guides on GameFAQs. My Games - Build your game collection, track and rate games. Rankings - A list of games ranked by rating, difficulty, and length as chosen by our users. Top 100 - The Top 100 most popular games on GameFAQs today. What's New - New games, guides, reviews, and more. All rights reserved. Wordwide shipping by Webshop Passion for Games.Game is in English, the manual is in English and French. PAL game. This game can be shipped to all countries in the world. In this 'Passion for Games' webshop you find loads of other games. Buy more games and save on your shipping costs. Includes case, coverart and game disc. No manual. ” Includes case, coverart and game disc. No manual. ” Players can also fight with 31 other characters, each with special fighting techniques that mirror their moves from the cartoon. Gamers do battle in interactive 3D environments based on locales from Bleach. Bleach: Shattered Blade features cel-shaded animation that should look familiar to fans of the cartoon, but progressing through the game will unlock characters who are completely new to the series. Firstly, I would like to say that the controls are very well designed. It would be difficult at best to create the same game on a controller, I applaud this game greatly on this fact.http://implant-bor.ru/filippov/files/1633977063.xml

I also liked how each character (with a few exceptions) is made as strong as they are in the TV series while still maintaining some aspect of fairness in fighting enemies. Also, the fighting system seemed to work well as far as special attacks and etc. However, there are a few complaints about this game. First, the tutorial didn't tell you the best way to complete attacks. With the wii remote, one can stab, slash (horizontal), and slash (vertical). However, when I tried to slash horizontally, for example, it would inconsistently make a stab or a vertical slash. This got a bit frustrating because I even tried doing traditional sword moves. I think that it would have been better if they showed you exactly how to hold the wii-remote. Rotating it slightly will throw off your movements. Another problem that I had with it was the story. It was rather interesting, having to follow through the alternate storylines of each character you played as, but it was a fairly basic story for Bleach and it was rather short. Instead of having a basic, short story for several characters, I would have preferred a long, intricate story instead of several short ones (preferably several long storylines.). But overall it was fairly good. The controls are well integrated into the game concerning the Wii's motion controls. The controls are a bit rough around the edges and the graphics could use some touching up. Looks like the game was rushed when in production to get it released by a certain date. Thus, some important details and touch-ups were pushed to the side. Other than a few flaws, the game is worth playing. The story mode is very short and one can beat the game rather quickly. Multiplayer is fun and very well adapted into this game. For Bleach fans, I would recommend buying this game to add to the collection. It is worth buying and is also just a good game.http://chemtron-vostok.ru/media/cisco-catalyst-3560-v2-manual.xml

Hopefully, if Sega or any other company makes another Bleach fighting game, they take more time and effort to make it more worthy of having Bleach in the title. I do also like fighting games, but it's no secret that other games handle the genre better--so I wasn't buying it expressly for that fact. That being said, I didn't know what to expect from B:SB, so it was a new experience when I loaded it in my Wii and fired it up. The combat in Bleach: Shattered Blade is a strange mix of flurries of activity punctuated by moments of squaring off; regular blows have a strong tendency to be deflected if the enemy instigates any kind of attack while being attacked, lending to a strange sort of hybridized offensive defense. Critical Attacks, which are slower, are mostly unstoppable (including by blocking) and instead require dodges; a player with quick reflexes may be able to avoid them even at close range, but many characters have a deceptively large area in which they can strike with even simple blows. Attacks of all sorts consume a Spiritual Pressure gauge, which must be replenished over time, preventing infinite streams of spammed attacks but also inserting delays in battle. Bleach: Shattered Blade includes a character not seen in either the anime or the manga, which to me seemed a bit exciting when I first read about it, but the character turned out to be anti-climactic in terms of abilities (not to mention the comical mismatch between the appearance of his character and his voice actor's timbre). The plotlines in the game are somewhat forced as well, but not entirely worthless, at any rate; that being said, most fighting games are almost completely devoid of plot to begin with, so I suppose it isn't a major complaint. The game's graphics are a strange mixture of anime-ish cel shading and 3D, and the characters have that kung-fu-movie tendency to not match up anything they're saying with the movements of their mouths.

Perhaps this is less of a concern to you, but to me it made the characters seem more sterile and robotic--but part of the reason I like the Bleach animation series is because the characters seem so lively and vivid: thus, my dissatisfaction with this element. One good thing about B:SB is that it makes most characters quite serviceable when fighting against one another; playing a Captain from the series against, say, a seated officer doesn't mean that the Captain has a major power advantage. This means that players are, for the most part, free to play as their favorite characters without having to worry about being slaughtered by virtually everyone else's superior techniques. There are still a few exceptions to this rule, but again, characters that just don't work are another staple of many fighting games. At the end of the day, Bleach: Shattered Blade is a fighter of bread-and-butter quality; though it does some things you won't find in other fighters, it isn't spectacular in the areas of commonality, either. If you're a fan of the series and don't yet own a Bleach game, you'll probably like this game a lot--mostly for the wide variety of characters available to be played. Otherwise, you could probably do better with a different fighting game series, in which your movelists will have some continuity with other games--barring a major improvement in quality, it's unlikely the Bleach fighting series will go too much further. The good.- All of your favorite characters will be there. The game contains members from the Japanese anime series that go beyond the American releases. Characters have different moves that can be combined differently; giving all the characters distinct gameplay. Multiplayer gamplay is awesome. The bad.- Bankai cut scenes are not skippable. It immediately halts gameplay for the characters to unleash their bankai. It can get frustrating. Blocking is useless. All critical attacks make blocking pointless.

So critical attacks are often used in the game. If two critical attacks clash, you start a rock, paper, scissors like combat.Buy it if you are a big fan otherwise rent it first. Also the game came out a few years ago from the time I had bought it, and yet it had some of the Aracar characters (Grimmow and Ulquiorra Cifer, along with a one made up for the game). What I didn't like in the game was that the storyline was made up for the game, and the cut-scenes arn't very animated. Players can also fight with 31 other characters, each with special fighting techniques that mirror their moves from the cartoon. Gamers do battle in interactive 3D environments based on locales from Bleach. Bleach: Shattered Blade features cel-shaded animation that should look familiar to fans of the cartoon, but progressing through the game will unlock characters who are completely new to the series. Firstly, I would like to say that the controls are very well designed. It would be difficult at best to create the same game on a controller, I applaud this game greatly on this fact. I also liked how each character (with a few exceptions) is made as strong as they are in the TV series while still maintaining some aspect of fairness in fighting enemies. Also, the fighting system seemed to work well as far as special attacks and etc. However, there are a few complaints about this game. First, the tutorial didn't tell you the best way to complete attacks. With the wii remote, one can stab, slash (horizontal), and slash (vertical). However, when I tried to slash horizontally, for example, it would inconsistently make a stab or a vertical slash. This got a bit frustrating because I even tried doing traditional sword moves. I think that it would have been better if they showed you exactly how to hold the wii-remote. Rotating it slightly will throw off your movements. Another problem that I had with it was the story.

It was rather interesting, having to follow through the alternate storylines of each character you played as, but it was a fairly basic story for Bleach and it was rather short. The controls are well integrated into the game concerning the Wii's motion controls. The controls are a bit rough around the edges and the graphics could use some touching up. Looks like the game was rushed when in production to get it released by a certain date. Thus, some important details and touch-ups were pushed to the side. Other than a few flaws, the game is worth playing. The story mode is very short and one can beat the game rather quickly. Multiplayer is fun and very well adapted into this game. For Bleach fans, I would recommend buying this game to add to the collection. It is worth buying and is also just a good game. I do also like fighting games, but it's no secret that other games handle the genre better--so I wasn't buying it expressly for that fact. That being said, I didn't know what to expect from B:SB, so it was a new experience when I loaded it in my Wii and fired it up. The combat in Bleach: Shattered Blade is a strange mix of flurries of activity punctuated by moments of squaring off; regular blows have a strong tendency to be deflected if the enemy instigates any kind of attack while being attacked, lending to a strange sort of hybridized offensive defense. Critical Attacks, which are slower, are mostly unstoppable (including by blocking) and instead require dodges; a player with quick reflexes may be able to avoid them even at close range, but many characters have a deceptively large area in which they can strike with even simple blows. Attacks of all sorts consume a Spiritual Pressure gauge, which must be replenished over time, preventing infinite streams of spammed attacks but also inserting delays in battle.

Bleach: Shattered Blade includes a character not seen in either the anime or the manga, which to me seemed a bit exciting when I first read about it, but the character turned out to be anti-climactic in terms of abilities (not to mention the comical mismatch between the appearance of his character and his voice actor's timbre). The plotlines in the game are somewhat forced as well, but not entirely worthless, at any rate; that being said, most fighting games are almost completely devoid of plot to begin with, so I suppose it isn't a major complaint. The game's graphics are a strange mixture of anime-ish cel shading and 3D, and the characters have that kung-fu-movie tendency to not match up anything they're saying with the movements of their mouths. Perhaps this is less of a concern to you, but to me it made the characters seem more sterile and robotic--but part of the reason I like the Bleach animation series is because the characters seem so lively and vivid: thus, my dissatisfaction with this element. One good thing about B:SB is that it makes most characters quite serviceable when fighting against one another; playing a Captain from the series against, say, a seated officer doesn't mean that the Captain has a major power advantage. This means that players are, for the most part, free to play as their favorite characters without having to worry about being slaughtered by virtually everyone else's superior techniques. There are still a few exceptions to this rule, but again, characters that just don't work are another staple of many fighting games. At the end of the day, Bleach: Shattered Blade is a fighter of bread-and-butter quality; though it does some things you won't find in other fighters, it isn't spectacular in the areas of commonality, either. If you're a fan of the series and don't yet own a Bleach game, you'll probably like this game a lot--mostly for the wide variety of characters available to be played. The good.

- All of your favorite characters will be there. The game contains members from the Japanese anime series that go beyond the American releases. Characters have different moves that can be combined differently; giving all the characters distinct gameplay. Multiplayer gamplay is awesome. The bad.- Bankai cut scenes are not skippable. It immediately halts gameplay for the characters to unleash their bankai. It can get frustrating. Blocking is useless. All critical attacks make blocking pointless. So critical attacks are often used in the game. If two critical attacks clash, you start a rock, paper, scis sors like combat.Also the game came out a few years ago from the time I had bought it, and yet it had some of the Aracar characters (Grimmow and Ulquiorra Cifer, along with a one made up for the game). What I didn't like in the game was that the storyline was made up for the game, and the cut-scenes arn't very animated. Verisign. Although the anime outside Japan had not yet reached this point in the series, the game was a direct port of the Japanese version for American and European consumers, similar to the US release of the game.Although the player may utilize the Wii remote only, some abilities are unusable without the Nunchuck. Characters move around freely in a 3D environment and can move faster while holding the C button (initiates flash step movement applicable to some characters- Arturo, Yoruichi, Ichigo and Byakuya will zoom around the stage, appearing to almost teleport, because of their high speeds). As with traditional fighting games, the characters' health is represented by a gauge. A winner is decided when one of the gauges depletes completely. Below the health gauge is a Stamina Gauge, which determines how often the player may attack. The gauge decreases as attacks are performed. If the gauge is depleted, no more attacks can be utilized, though it automatically refills itself fairly quickly.

A clash between Ichigo and Rukia, ending in a tie Whoever wins the most bets out of 5 unleashes a special attack, and its strength differs on how many bets are won. Additionally, if a player does not make their move for the clash at the correct time, they will automatically lose that bet unless the other player fails to do so as well, in which case the bet is a tie. Failing to move at the correct time renders the motion the player made irrelevant.Each character is assigned to three different special attacks according to slash, slice and stab. Some attacks are melee-oriented while others serve as projectiles. However, special attacks deplete more of the Stamina Gauge than normal attacks, thus reducing the risk of spamming attacks.When the gauge fills up along with the ignition of the corresponding flame, the Bankai is ready for use. The gauge can be filled up by taking and receiving damage, or it can be charged up be shaking the Nunchunk repeatedly. The Bankai is activated upon shaking it once more. Depending on the character, new abilities and attacks will be granted to the player, including a super attack. Some characters however, gain a speed increase and special attack only due to the game's development at the time, thus characters such as Grimmjow or Shuhei do not gain special abilities upon activation but rather they temporarily gain a decent increase in their abilities and a couple of new attacks. This character's appearance is similar to that of Grimmjow Jaegerjaquez ', though Arturo's hair and Hollow remains, which also take the form of half a jaw bone like Grimmjow's, are fairly longer. Unlike most other Arrancar, Arturo was self-made. Arturo can also disguise himself as anything from Gotei 13 captains to Zanpakuto spirits. He once raided Soul Society, but was sealed beneath Sokyoku Hill by the Shinigami 2000 years prior to the start of Bleach.

When the Sokyoku was destroyed during Ichigo Kurosaki 's rescue of Rukia Kuchiki, the seal placed on Arturo was broken and he was freed.In episode mode, described below, eight specific characters face ten battles while experiencing various stories filled with cinematics and exclusive voice acting. In arcade mode, any character can be used, and will fight through eight battles with opponents randomly selected from among the player's unlocked characters. The versus mode allows for single battles of human vs.The gallery is where the bonus content can be viewed, and the character who shows up on the main menu can be changed.In each episode, the titular character will fight 10 specific characters, the 1st, 5th, 9th, and 10th of which are accompanied by preceding cinematics. Some of the fights will change upon unlocking additional fighters in the game. In the 10th fight, the character will meet the main antagonist Arturo Plateado, with the exception of Episode 8, in which the player is Arturo and must defeat Genryusai Shigekuni Yamamoto.After Aizen's rebellion, Ichigo has finally recovered from his injuries and prepares to leave the Soul Society. But he learned from Yoruichi that the Senkaimon (the gate connects the Soul Society to the Real World) was decided to be closed for a hundred years to prevent Aizen and his army from entering. However, she claims that the Sokyoku shards, scattered around the Seireitei, have enough spiritual power to open the Senkaimon. Ichigo encounters Renji As he went off to search for the shards, he ran into Renji Abarai, who also seeks the shards, but to save his Zanpakuto, Zabimaru. After defeating him, Ichigo decides he must take the shards by force, knowing that other people are after the shards as well. He ran into Kenpachi Zaraki, who sought the shards only for power and to fight Ichigo again.

After defeating three more opponents, he encounters Byakuya Kuchiki, who announces that he will punish Ichigo for collecting the shards out of greed, and to throw the Seireitei into disorder. Ichigo defeated him, collected all the shards, and returned to Yoruichi, who turned out to be an impostor made by self-made Arrancar named Arturo Plateado. Arturo has been defeated by Ichigo The shards' spiritual power set Arturo free, and he revealed that he tricked Ichigo into collecting the shards by creating a Yoruichi impostor to tell him that the Senkaimon was sealed away and stated he gain the power of the shards. After Ichigo defeated Arturo, the latter was incredibly surprised that he was defeated by a Human and dies. He later was greeted by the real Yoruichi and Yamamoto, who stated that the Senkaimon would likely reopen in a few days. Yamamoto told him about Arturo, and thanked him for saving the Soul Society once again.After Aizen's rebellion, Renji started getting nightmares of Zabimaru dying, though he knew it would never happen, he was horrified by his nightmare. Captain Mayuri Kurotsuchi met up with Renji, telling him that Zabimaru will reach its limit and will soon disappear, however he said he can repair him if Renji can collect all the scattered shards in the Seireitei. Mayuri tells Renji his greatest fears are true Renji agrees to this to revive Zabimaru and be strong enough to protect Rukia. While searching, he ran into Hanataro Yamada, whom he asks of Rukia's condition and his activities. Hanataro responds saying his Captain is taking care of her and that he was being chased by Shinigami ever since he found one of the shards. After Renji defeated Hanataro, he faced three more opponents before he ran into Ichigo, who needs the shards to open the Senkaimon to return to the Human world.

He fought and defeated Ichigo and three other opponents before running into Captain Kuchiki, who came to punish his lieutenant for collecting the shards out for greed and to throw the Seireitei into disorder. Renji defeated him and returns to the Department of Research and Development to find Captain Kurotsuchi. But the shards are absorbed into Arturo Plateado, who revealed that he created a Mayuri Kurotsuchi impostor, and that he gained the power of the shards. Rukia hears about what Renji has been doing Renji defeated Arturo, who could not believe he was beaten. Captain Kurotsuchi also returned to the Department, saying that it's impossible for him to find new interesting subjects.After Aizen's rebellion, his lieutenant Momo Hinamori was left wounded and in a coma by him, leaving her childhood friend Captain Hitsugaya to just watch her in the sickbay every visit. Captain Unohana appears and claims that Hinamori lost her will to live from her near-fatal injuries and might not survive the night ahead. Hitsugaya runs into Captain Kyoraku He goes to find the shards and runs into Captain Shunsui Kyoraku, who was collecting the shards for Genryusai Shigekuni Yamamoto, and defeats him. After fighting three more opponents, he runs into Hanataro Yamada whom he told what Unohana told him. Hanataro claims that he never heard of such a Kido and that Hinamori just needs time to recover completely. Hitsugaya then found that someone is lying and that Unohana probably wants the shards for another reason. When Hanataro tried to leave, Hitsugaya stopped him, thinking he just wanted the shards for himself, and defeated him. After defeating three more opponents, he runs into Renji, who was collecting the Sokyoku shards and to save Zabimaru. After failing to convince Renji that he was being tricked, he fights and defeats him. With the knowledge of Renji also being tricked, Hitsugaya figures out that the Unohana he met was an impostor.

Arturo gains the shard's power, reveals himself, and admits that Hitsugaya is correct, though he figured it out a little too late, and engages him in battle. Hitsugaya is relieved that Momo is going to be alright After his defeat, Arturo states that he could not believe that he lost, and dies. Hitsugaya returns to the sickbay, where Hinamori is still in bed in the same state, knowing that she will be alright, and that she suffered more pain than he had faced, and states that even if Aizen has betrayed her, he will stay by her side.Captain Kenpachi Zaraki found a Sokyoku shard, and seeks death matches with anyone who also found one. His lieutenant Yachiru Kusajishi informed him that Shinigami are already started fighting over the shards and he ran off to find his fight opponent. Kenpachi found lieutenant Shuhei Hisagi, who, like Captain Shunsui Kyoraku, was collecting the shards for Genryusai Shigekuni Yamamoto, who asked him to hand over the shard he had found. Kenpachi refused, and challenged and defeated Hisagi and three other opponents. He runs into Captain Sajin Komamura, who came to stop him, to no avail. Zaraki is ready to finish what he started After three more opponents he finds Ichigo, who is collecting the shards to return to the Human world, and defeats him. Kenpachi defeats Arturo, who dies. Zaraki makes a vow to keep fighting stronger opponents After that, Yamamoto took away all of the shards, reverting everyone's spiritual energy back to normal and leaving Kenpachi upset. However, Yachiru tells him that he doesn't need a power boost and that she liked his strength the way it is. He agrees to this, saying he will just have to find stronger opponents to fight.Byakuya Kuchiki is still recovering from his injuries, saying that they are the results of the doubts that plagued him before Aizen's rebellion. He encounters Kenpachi, who has a shard and is out to fight other Shinigami with the shards, but defeats him along with three other opponents.

After defeating the third opponent, Sui-Feng arrives and tells Kuchiki that Yoruichi ordered her to collect the Sokyoku shards and to stop him. He defeats her and three other opponents before finding Yoruichi, who tells him to go home to rest and to leave the Sokyoku shards he collected with her. Byakuya, believing she started the activity and wants the shards for herself, challenges her and defeats her. Kuchiki returned and reported all details to Yamamoto, who remembers Arturo from a thousand years ago. Kuchiki went to his parents' graves, saying that he fulfilled his duties by defeating the ghost of his families' past.A few days after Aizen's rebellion, and after all the injured Shinigami were attended to by the Fourth Division. Hanataro was taking a walk, where he found a Sokyoku shard lying by the side of the road..and everyone seems to notice After picking it up, multiple Shinigami began to chase after him. After finding a hiding spot, he was approached by Yumichika Ayasegawa, whom he defeated along with three other opponents. After making his way past three more opponents, he runs into Kenpachi, who seeks the shards for power. The shards are safe, but Hanataro isn't Hanataro defeats Kenpachi, and is then confronted by Arturo, who reveals his plan. Hanataro becomes angry after realizing that it's Arturo's fault that he was chased by multiple other Shinigami, and vows to defeat him. After Arturo is defeated and killed, Unohana praises Hanataro for taking care of such a big threat to the Soul Society. Just then, Zaraki, Ikkaku, and Yumichika appear in front of him, disgusted that they had lost to him earlier, and give chase.Yoruichi, confused at first, realized that someone must have made an impostor to trick Ichigo, as she knew that Yamamoto would never close the Senkaimon. Yoruichi and Sui-Feng search for the impostor She took Sui-Feng with her to investigate the activity.

She located Renji, who claimed he needed the shards to save Zabimaru, and defeated him, along with three more Shinigami. Next, she ran into Captain Hitsugaya, who sought the shards for the life of Hinamori. After defeating him and three more opponents, she finds Byakuya Kuchiki, who argues with her over the activity, and defeats him. She calls to Arturo to reveal himself and he does so. After she defeated him, he verbally threatens her and dies. She returns and makes Ichigo, Renji, and Hitsugaya admit their errors and stating that the Soul Society will be peaceful again.With the shards' spiritual energy, he fully recovered and became more powerful than ever and sent out for revenge. He encounters Mayuri Kurotsuchi, who instantly takes interest in making Arturo an experiment subject, but he defeats him and three other opponents. He then meets Ichigo, and notes that he does not even bear a division insignia on his Shihaksho. Ichigo states that he is a Substitute Shinigami, and Arturo recognizes this as a way of saying he's a Human. Arturo defeats Ichigo and three more opponents. Yamamoto is defeated He then encounters Yoruichi Shihoin, who approaches him and tries to stop him. With the Sokyoku shards in his possession, Arturo is sure that no one can stop him After defeating Yoruichi, Arturo started to become confident that every Shinigami that is left is too afraid to fight him. At that moment, Shigekuni Yamamoto-Genryusai appeared and announces that he will destroy Arturo for his crimes. Arturo, after defeating Yamamoto, is now confident that there is no one who can stop him. He says that once he kills every Shinigami, all Hollows will obey him, and every soul will be his.GameSpot gave it a 3.5 score; however, the fan ratings on GameSpot were more favorable.She has separate skins for 1P and 2P. It contains an art gallery of images from the game. For Ikkaku's Bankai, the dragon charge meter will get full.