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Bleach: Soul Ignition (Japan Title) also known as Bleach: Soul Resurreccion (US/EU Title) is the first Bleach game for the Playstation 3. The game was released as Bleach: Soul Ignition in Japan on June 23, 2011 and as Bleach: Soul Resurrección on August 2, 2011. The game covers Ichigo’s entrance in to Hueco Mundo through his arrival in Karakura town and defeat of Aizen. The game features both Japanese and English voice acting.

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Bleach: Soul Resurreccion Gameplay

Players utilize the Playstation 3 controller’s analog sticks and four shape buttons to control their character in 3D environment. Players move with the left analog stick while controlling the camera with the right. The X button performs a jump and pressing it again while in air performs a second jump.

Melee is performed through the square button which can be utilized for combos. The triangle button performs spirit attacks which consume spiritual pressure from the pressure bar which sits below the health bar at the top of the screen.

Some characters have different spirit attacks based on whether they are on the ground or in the air. The circle button performs special attacks.

Specials are strong moves that consume most if not all the pressure bar. These attacks are different depending on if the character is on the ground or in the air. L1 is used to lock onto an opponent and R1 blocks. While blocking, the player can use the left analog stick to use Shunpo or Sonído to dodge. R2 performs a dash maneuver which can be held for a constant dash. L2 activates the ignition gauge which sits at the left of the screen. Ignition lights the edges of the screen on fire and triples the power of a character’s moves. The gauge can be filled by dealing damage to enemies.

Bleach: Soul Resurreccion Characters

The game features a total of 16 player characters earned in the game, as well as 5 additional characters unlocked through Downloadable Content(DLC).

In-Game Characters:
Ichigo Kurosaki (Fullbring 1,2,3)
Ichigo Kurosaki (Fullbring-enhanced Shikai, Bankai)
Yasutora Sado (Brazo Derecho del Gigante and Brazo Izquierda del Diablo activated)
Uryu Ishida
Kūgo Ginjō (Cross of Scaffold, Ichigo’s power, Bankai)
Giriko Kutsuzawa (Time Tells No Lies, Ichigo’s power)
Riruka Dokugamine (Dollhouse, Ichigo’s power)
Shūkurō Tsukishima (Book of the End)
Yukio Hans Vorarlberna (Invaders Must Die, Digital Radial Invaders)
Jackie Tristan (Dirty Boots, Ichigo’s power)
Moe Shishigawara (Jackpot Knuckle)
Rukia Kuchiki (Sealed, Shikai)
Abarai Renji
Byakuya Kuchiki (Sealed, Shikai, Bankai)
Toshirō Hitsugaya (Sealed, Shikai)
Kenpachi Zaraki

Downloadable Characters

Ichigo Kurosaki (Shikai, Bankai, Final)
Kugo Ginjo (Shinigami)
Hollow Ichigo (Fullbring-enhanced Shikai, Bankai)
Sōsuke Aizen (Normal, Hōgyoku-enhanced)
Kisuke Urahara (Shikai)

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My final thoughts for Bleach: Soul Resurreccion
This is the first Bleach Anime Video Game on the PS3, that alone should be a good enough reason to buy it if you are a true bleach fan. If you need to be more convinced…

How about you can play over 20+ Characters including the villains like Ichimaru Gin, Aizen, Grimmjow and all the Bleach Captains are playable.

Did I mention you also get the ability to use your Bankai? Bleach Soul Resurreccion is a fun game regardless of your age.
They are parts in the game where it is a bit too plain but it is still worth a look. [ Click Here ] to check the latest prices for Bleach Soul Resurreccion.