Bleach: Soul Resurreccion is a difficult game to review and one that will receive two very different receptions based on how much experience you’ve had with its source material. If, like me, you’re one of the millions who call themselves fans of the Bleach anime and manga series then this game will come as a delightful if somewhat flawed foray into one of the most popular sagas ever to come out of Japan. But if you’re sat there wondering why someone chose to name their hit franchise after a type of household cleaning product, then chances are this isn’t the game for you.
Bleach: Soul Resurreccion follows Ichigo, his companions Orihime, Chad and Uryuu, and the Soul Reapers as they attempt to stop Sosuke Aizen and his army of Arrancarrs from creating the King’s Key and invading the Soul Society, with half the game taking place in the realm of Hueco Mundo and the other half in Karakura Town.
If none of this means anything to you, then that’s the way it’s going to stay