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Submitted by SpaceSquirrel 1352d ago | news

NIS comments on voice-acting options and working with Sony for Bleach PS3

NIS America’ Houk comments on the voice-acting options for their Playstation 3 exclusive title, Bleach: Soul Resurrección. He also talks about working with Sony, who developed the game, on the project. (Bleach: Soul Ignition, Bleach: Soul Resurreccion, Bleach: Soul Resurrección, PS3)

jaredhart  +   1352d ago
Good stuff
Lindenn  +   1352d ago
Awesome, Nis America, you bring us the good stuff. Keep it up
Nakiro  +   1352d ago
I want to like it, but NIS will never be CyberConnect 2. Animations look rather stiff from all the stuff I've seen so far.

Hope the final product is better because I can't wait to play as Hitsugaya.
Kalowest  +   1352d ago
I love CC2, i enjoyed the hell out of Ultimate Ninja Storm 2.
rockleex  +   1352d ago
But CyberConnect 2 really needs to return their PS3 Naruto games back to the PS2 roots.

The 3D combat just doesn't require as much strategy and skills as the PS2 ones.
Neckbear  +   1352d ago
Well, it's not like NIS is -developing- it in the first place. They're only bringing it over North America.

Also, on topic while we're at it, Atlus USA could learn something about these guys, especially in this statement: "...but we're still very much dedicated to the kinds of games that allowed us to tackle a huge property like Bleach in the first place".
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Redempteur  +   1352d ago
exactly nis didn't make the game, sony did..
callahan09  +   1352d ago
What do you mean NIS will never be CyberConnect 2? I think you're implying that NIS games aren't as good as CC2 games... but that's irrelevant here, because this game is just being localized for North America by NISA. It was not developed by NIS. It was actually internally developed at Sony Japan Studio.
just_sayin  +   1352d ago
Bamco could learn something from these guys. Release in june for japan august for na wow. Tales of grace f i'll c u next year ... sigh
Nakiro  +   1352d ago
At the same time, they have been releasing the Naruto games in NA first.
tyrex  +   1352d ago
LOL Bamco
user858621  +   1352d ago
they talking about that dynasty warriors bleach game??
Nakiro  +   1352d ago
Yeah, I have a feeling they will have a VS mode in there as well though.
stealth500k  +   1352d ago
nisa is growing and lot of these other localization companies are shrinking
squallheart  +   1352d ago
Yay japanese voices!
Silly gameAr  +   1352d ago
I played the Japanese demo and I thought it was pretty cool. Really liked the game play and the anime style graphics were pretty slick. Glad Nis is taking a chance and publishing this for NA.
FredEffinChopin  +   1352d ago
Oooh, I didn't know the demo was on the JP store! Thanks for the heads up, gotta create a new JP account and check it out.
Silly gameAr  +   1352d ago
Be sure to get the El Shaddai demo too if it's still available in the Japanese store. Well, when the stores come back up that is.

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