Gamebosh Review: Bleach: Shattered Blade

Gamebosh writes: "If you're looking for a glossy Japanese beat 'em up with unrealistically proportioned women and swords the size of small oak trees, chances are you'll like Bleach: Shattered Blade very much. The trouble is, if you've never heard of the Bleach comics, which are simply huge in Japan, you'll be scratching your head about the confusing plot in-between the fights (something to do with collecting shattered sword shards so the characters can enter the human realm again).

If, however, you are a fan of Bleach and own all the Manga comics, the three feature films, the animated TV series, the soundtrack CDs, the trading card game, seen all seven rock musicals (?!) and own the eight video games (available mainly in Japan with a few released in Europe on the DS), then you'll know exactly what the Sokyoku shards are and what they mean to the main character, Ichigo Kurosaki."

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