Bleach Online Review
If you're like me, seeing the powerful anime characters in the game just makes me want to keep on playing it. The daily-system encourages players to go back on the game and play for a bit. For example the daily quest, it allows you to go back and forth in the game, day by day. Although some may find this game uninteresting from just looking at it, but if you can just give it at least 2-3 hours of gameplay, you'll be surprise that it was worth-it.
When I play these kind of games, it's not all about the grind, but the want to be better quickly. You can be great in just a couple of hours. There is not much grind in the beginning and there are always daily events to keep you company. This game doesn't require much skill, so you can just peacefully play the game on your browser, while playing another. Again, the visuals are terrific and does a great job in portraying an identical skill that even the actual anime character would use.
Nevertheless, the only flaw I see with this game is its poor community and unbalanced game-play. Sometimes your level can be higher than another player, but that player is a paid player, so he has the upper hand to beat your team. Games like Bleach Online revolves around tactics and how strong the characters are, so that is one of the minor flaw the game has. The other thing that annoys me is the browser display, it's not interesting enough, since it's just a black background. Overall, these minor flaws doesn't really affect the true beauty of the actual game.