Bleach: The Blade of Fate on the DS brings a couple of twists to the traditional fighting game, by bringing the action to both screens and allowing up to 4 players in combat. In addition to battling on the top screen, gamers also build a Spirit card deck, which the user can access to cast status changes on themselves or their opponents in the bottom screen. Wi-Fi capabilities allows 4 players to battle each other at the same time. With a burgeoning cast of 28 characters, gamers can spend hours experiencing furious fighting gameplay, and unlocking personal character stories, all based on the series story arc.
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Based on the popular animated series Bleach, The Blade of Fate features an awesome cast of more than 20 characters, including Rukia, Kon and Ichigo, all voiced by the actors from the TV show. The Blade of Fate adds a twist to the traditional 2D fighting game with a new battle system that lets you venture between upper and lower split-plane battle arenas. You can also build Spirit Card Decks to strategically access powerups that perform special attacks, cast healing spells, displace opponents or stop them from using their own Spirit Cards. Up to four players can take to the streets to fight enemies in wild combat via the Wi-Fi capabilities of the Nintendo DS.
Exciting Multiplayer fighting action. Up to four players will enjoy the fighting action via Wi-Fi connection. This game supports the Download Play feature where one gamer has a cartridge and transmits the game to another gamer's DS which allows them to play head to head.
Variety of multi-plane 2D fighting arenas. Players can switch between the foreground and the background battlelines to chase after or escape from opponents.
Large cast of popular characters. Players will select from 28 of their favorite characters who are all voiced by the actors from the anime series.
Special attacks to master. Players can inflict massive damage on opponents with special Combos and Super Power Attacks taken directly from the series.
Seven thrilling gameplay modes. Story, Arcade, Versus, Training and Challenge plus two unlockable modes will provide hours of replayability and keep players coming back for more.
Story arc builds off the TV series. The central storyline stays true to the anime series, offering players an immersive experience. This story is also supplemented by extra unlockable chapters which serve as a prequel to the anime storyline.
Customizable Spirit Card Deck. By using the lower screen, players are able to customize and manage their deck of Power-up Cards for boosts to Health, Attack and Defense, and much more. Players can earn new cards which allows them to fine-tune their decks.
Unlockable extras. In addition to unlockable story content, there are several unlockable characters that bringa new dimension to the story, including one who is very close to our main character, Ichigo.
Bleach The Blade of Fate is rated
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Rated 5 out of
Great GameGlad I got this game ended up being really good entertaining game.
Date published: 2018-06-06
Rated 4 out of
good fighting gameThis game is a good fighting game something the DS does not have much. I got this game because its developer is Treasure makers of sin and punishment. I didnt even like the anime or manga before buying this
Date published: 2011-05-01
Rated 4 out of
Good, until you watch the animei used to LOVE this game, now it's really boring. i beat the game, bought all the cards, and it was still fun, just beating up kurostichi and others. but then i watched the anime and found out what they could have done to give me a more clear image on what happened, and i lost a chunk of love for the game. i'm still thinking of seeling it back, or giving it to one of my friends... PROBABLY SELLING IT to one of my friends.i'm not sure yet.
but the game's good before you watch the anime, that's my point of view.