Bleach ds english?

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Aug 29, 2006

Bleach ds english? by PURPLEMUSTANG at 10:04 PM (1,601 Views / 0 Likes) 12 replies

  1. PURPLEMUSTANG
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    Will this game ever be translated to english?
    One of the greatest games I have ever played.
     
  2. jumpman17

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    Well, Cartoon Network will start airing dubbed Bleach on Adult Swim soon. So I would expect the game to be released after the show has gotten it's feet on the ground in the US. I'd say expect it around this time next year.
     
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    if Adult swim Doesnt Air it by season (a few episodes then stop for a while) i expect it would be here around episode 60ish since its the end of the shinigami arc. Yea a year or 2 but theres nothing stoping it from coming out here
     
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    The game covers eps 20-60.
     
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    hhm.... i wouldnt rely on that... Full Metal Alchemist didnt get English Releases as well. (only one PS2 game came out in english right?)
     
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    Neither did any of the Naruto NDS games, IIRC.
     
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    Can someone develop a patch for it? Someone did this for FFIII... is is possible to do it for Bleach?
     
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    anything is possible.. question is... are you gonna pay that someone to do it? Translating a whole game takes time you know..
     
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    full metal alchemist game was so crap !
    even naruto was better than that.

    ive never played bleach game, but i hope it's as good as naruto [​IMG]
     
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    Naruto was crap
     
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    Weather or not it will happen is more a combination of ease (compressed? basic format?) and technical skill of those interested.
     
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    It probably will come out in english, but don't expect it untill like late 2007.

    Off topic: KON, did you see the new pic of the M3 Lite where you can see it's truly flush?
     
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    Not sure if there will be an english version of Bleach DS. There's already a Bleach DS 2 coming out soon in Japan; I would think it's kind of unlikely an english version of the first one would be in translation.

    However, the game itself is pretty import friendly. There are FAQs online that guide players through the menus pretty successfully. The only thing I would imagine you wanting to know is the story sequences, but if you're a fan of the anime or manga, it's probably not a huge issue.
     

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