Bleach: Versus2148 Plays
Bleach: Versus Instructions
Bleach: Versus is controlled by using the keyboard. Player one uses the WASD keys to move, the G and H keys to attack, the F key to guard, and the T key to perform special attacks. Player two uses the arrow keys to move, the O and P keys to attack, the I key to guard, and the L key to perform special attacks. The spacebar is used to pause the game.
Bleach: Versus Walkthrough
Bleach Versus is a fighting game based on the hit anime and manga series, Bleach. Bleach Versus features nine selectable characters from the franchise, two-player mode, and sprite graphics taken from the Nintendo DS game, Jump Super Stars. It should be noted that this fighting game is fan-made and is not an official release.
Bleach Versus plays like a typical fighting game. Your goal is to beat your opponent in a one-on-one, best two out of three match. There is no advancement in this fighting game and matches are played independently of each other. You can choose to play against the computer, or duel against a human opponent on the same computer.
The keyboard is used to control Bleach: Versus. The WASD keys are used to move, the G and H keys are used to attack, the F key is used to block, and the H key is used to perform special attacks. In a two-player game, Player two uses the arrow keys to move, the O and P keys to attack, the I key block, and L key to perform special attacks. These keys cannot be redefined, unfortunately, so you are stuck with this configuration. There may be some issues with two player games since most keyboards only register about five simultaneous keystrokes.
Bleach: Versus features nine characters from the show. Most of these characters are balanced (with the exception of special moves). Since the characters are balanced, you will have to use superior skill to get the upper-hand. Some stages have obstacles that will deal damage to the contenders. The AI is not very skilled at dodging obstacles in this fighting game, so human players have the advantage on stages featuring obstacles.
Bleach: Versus is not perfect, but it is still a solid fighting game. Hardcore fighting game fans may be slightly disappointed by Bleach: Versus, but fans of Bleach will surely enjoy being able to fight with their favorite characters.