A cartload of Bleach Wii screens

Bleach

December 14 is looming closer, and we sure can’t wait for Bleach Shiraha Kirameku Rondo‘s release. Yep, come its launch, we can finally take our dreams of being shinigamis a tad higher as we get to swing our zanpakutos with the Wiimote, and roleplay tons of the manga/anime characters to our hearts’ content.

For those who are not familiar with the the game, let me brief you a bit first. Bleach is a popular manga and anime series (both are still ongoing, by the way) made by Tite Kubo. It revolves mainly on the exploits of Ichigo Kurosaki, a high school who has the ability to see ghosts, who eventually becomes a shinigami (“Soul Reaper”/ “Death god”). As the story unfolds, we discover more about the “Soul Society”, where souls get transported to, post-mortem. Thus, we get to see more of the shinigami (and we mean tons here), where 25 of them are featured in the game.

I think Bleach‘s appeal lies not only on the interesting story, but on the equally engaging characters as well. All of them of course have their own quirks, but watching their own powers unfold is enough to keep me glued to the tube for hours. Anyway, before I bore you to death, let me give you a nice serving of Sega‘s Bleach Shiraha Kirameku Rondo screens.

Bleach - Image 2Bleach - Image 3Bleach - Image 4Bleach - Image 1

There’s about thirty screenshot and artwork images, so to save you the hassle, I’m just going to give you a preview here. But if you want to take a good look at the whole batch, by all means, go ahead and click “Full Article.” Enjoy!

Bleach

December 14 is looming closer, and we sure can’t wait for Bleach Shiraha Kirameku Rondo‘s release. Yep, come its launch, we can finally take our dreams of being shinigamis a tad higher as we get to swing our zanpakutos with the Wiimote, and roleplay tons of the manga/anime characters to our hearts’ content.

For those who are not familiar with the the game, let me brief you a bit first. Bleach is a popular manga and anime series (both are still ongoing, by the way) made by Tite Kubo. It revolves mainly on the exploits of Ichigo Kurosaki, a high school who has the ability to see ghosts, who eventually becomes a shinigami (“Soul Reaper”/ “Death god”). As the story unfolds, we discover more about the “Soul Society”, where souls get transported to, post-mortem. Thus, we get to see more of the shinigami (and we mean tons here), where 25 of them are featured in the game.

I think Bleach‘s appeal lies not only on the interesting story, but on the equally engaging characters as well. All of them of course have their own quirks, but watching their own powers unfold is enough to keep me glued to the tube for hours. Anyway, before I bore you to death, let me give you a nice serving of Sega‘s Bleach Shiraha Kirameku Rondo screens. Enjoy!

 Bleach - Image 2 Bleach - Image 3 Bleach - Image 4 Bleach - Image 1
Bleach - Image 2 Bleach - Image 3 Bleach - Image 4 Bleach - Image 1
Bleach - Image 2 Bleach - Image 3 Bleach - Image 4 Bleach - Image 1
Bleach - Image 2 Bleach - Image 3 Bleach - Image 4 Bleach - Image 1
 Bleach - Image 2 Bleach - Image 3 Bleach - Image 4 Bleach - Image 1
Bleach - Image 2 Bleach - Image 3 Bleach - Image 4
Bleach - Image 1   Bleach - Image 4 Kuchiki Rukia
Ichigo Kurosaki Bleach - Image 2 Bleach

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