The word Bleach Wii: Hakujin Kirameku Rondo a little scary to the most inattentive, seeking clarifications. In Japanese, the word means in free translation, "The naked sword that shines the tone of the dance," while the game is based on the number of Anime / Manga called Bleach, one of the most famous and popular in Japan
In practice, Bleach Wii is a game of interactive fight in which fighters use swords controlled by the Wii Remote. In addition to the already known figures in the series outside of video games, is a unique character of the Wii: Arturo Plata. The band High and Mighty Color, one of the largest segments of Pop / Rock in Japan, is responsible for the theme song of the game.
Bleach account the lives of Ichigo Kurosaki, a high school with the gift of seeing ghosts, and a Shinigami (literally "god of death") named Rukia Kuchiki, intervenor in the path of Ichigo during the hunt for a fiend called "empty" (hollow in the original version). Rukia is injured and is forced to transfer his powers to Ichigo - and that is where the adventure begins.