Minggu, 05 Februari 2017

Attacks in KiraKira Pretty Cure A La Mode

Sorry for the wait! Glad that the main/sub attack didn't go in HapiChar and GoPri because of being 2D. Anyways, with energy and smile, Let's La MazeMaze!

KiraKira Kiraru KiraKiraru (キラキラキラル キラキラル Kirakirakiraru Kirakiraru)
Debut: Episode 1 (Whip), 3 (Gelato), 5 (Macaron), 6 (Chocola), 8 (All)
The first solo attack using Sweets Pact by mixing the cream on the pact. It can be used to restrain the enemy and defeating them.

Cure Whip version:

Cure Custard version:


Cure Gelato version:


Cure Macaron version:


Cure Chocola version:



Swe-Ets Wonderful A La Mode (スイー・ツー・ワンダフル・アラモード! Suī tsū Wandafuru Aramōdo)
Debut: Episode 11
The first group attack using Candy Rod. Rolling the pot from the rod, the star of it shines and the group jumps. Custard spins to create dough from the rod, Gelato shakes the rod to create cake, Macaron spins the rod to create a circle to cut the cake into 5, Chocola creates the red cream of each cake, and Whip summons strawberries and white layer to the cakes and falls into the enemy. The group then dash to turn the cake into transparent as they land, spinning the pot to coat the cake into their theme color after raising the rod and popped out, purifying the enemy.

The incantation is "Candy Rod! KiraKiraKirarun, Full Charge! Swe-Ets Wonderful A La Mode!" (キャンディーロッド!キラキラキラルン、フルチャージ!スイー・ツー・ワンダフル・アラモード! Kyandī Roddo! Kirakirakirarun, furuchāji! Suī tsū Wandafuru Aramōdo!)



Whip Decoration (ホイップ・デコレーション Hoippu Dekorēshon)
Debut: Episode 12
Cure Whip's solo attack using Candy Rod. She rolls the pots and creates a strawberry shortcake that devours the target once it hits.

Her incantation is "KiraKira Kirarun! Whip Decoration!" (キラキラキラルン!ホイップ・デコレーション! Kirakirakirarun! Hoippu Dekorēshon!)

Custard Illusion (カスタード・イリュージョン Kasutādo Iryūjon)
Debut: Episode 13
Cure Custard's solo attack using Candy Rod. After she rolls the pot, she summons two big cherries to collide into a bunch of yellow lights.

Her incantation is "KiraKira Kirarun! Custard Illusion!" (キラキラキラルン!カスタード・イリュージョン! Kirakirakirarun! Kasutādo Iryūjon!)



Gelato Shake (ゲラート・シェイク Jerāto Sheiku)
Debut: Episode 14
Cure Gelato's solo attack using Candy Rod. After spinning the pot, she turns shards of ice to coalesce into a giant ice ball. She then repeatedly punches the ball with her ice-encased left fist, causing it to shatter and send shards flying at the target.

Her incantation is "KiraKira Kirarun! Gelato Shake!" (キラキラキラルン!ゲラート・シェイク! Kirakirakirarun! Gerāto Sheiku!)

Macaron Julienne (マカロン・ジュリエンヌ Makaron Jurien'nu)
Debut: Episode 16
Cure Macaron's solo attack using Candy Rod. Macaron presses the purple star button which makes a whip-like stream of meringue with two round weights on it resembling the macaron cookies . The two cookies become sandwiched together before the target is attacked. Once the attack is about to make contact, claw-like blades jut out of it.

Her incantation is "KiraKira Kirarun! Macaron Julienne! Meow!" (キラキラキラルン!マカロン・ジュリエンヌ!にゃ〜あ☆ Kirakirakirarun! Makaron Jurien'nu! Nya 〜 a ☆)

Chocola Aromaze (チョコラ・アロマーゼ Shokora Aromāze)
Debut: Episode 15
Cure Chocola's solo attack using Candy Rod. She presses the red star on the rod, making a chocolate tornado like a drill consume the object.

Her incantation is "KiraKira Kirarun! Chocola Aromaze!" (キラキラキラルン!チョコラ・アロマーゼ! Kirakirakirarun! Chokora Aromāze!)

Parfait Etoile (パルフェーエトワール Parufē Etowāru)
Debut: Episode 24
Cure Parfait's solo attack using Rainbow Ribbon. She creates three rings to bind the enemy.

Her incantation is "KiraKiraKirarin! Parfait Etoile!" (キラキラキラリン!パルフェーエトワール! Kirakirakirarin! Parufē Etowāru)

KiraKuru Rainbow (キラクルレインボー Kirakuru Reinbō)
Debut: Episode 23
Cure Parfait's solo attack using Rainbow Ribbon. She rotates the star on the ribbon and spins it to make an ice that upon touch on her body, it becomes giant cup and trapping the enemy after creating the ice cream through the ribbon, and cuts the fruits to place it into the cup. She finally fills the cup by spinning the ribbon and explodes into the rainbow smoke.

Her incantation is "Rainbow Ribbon! Here goes! Un! Deux! Tres Bien! KiraKuru Rainbow! Bon Appetite" (レインボーリボン!いくよ!アン!ドゥ!トレビアン!キラクルレインボー!ボンナペティ! Reinbō Ribbon! Ikuyo! An! Do~u! Torebian! Kirakuru Reinbō! Bon'napeti!)



Items in KiraKira Pretty Cure A La Mode


Sweets Pact (スイーツパクト Suītsu Pakuto)
Debut: Episode 1
The main transformation device and also the first weapon to be use. This pact allows the user to transform into their Cure forms by the phrase ""CurA la Mode Decoration!" (キュアラモード・デコレーション! Kyu Ara Mōdo Dekorēshon!)". It can also becomes the first main weapon by using the cream to turn into different objects.

Animal Sweets (アニマルスイーツ Animaru Suītsu)
Debut: Episode 1
The main collectible items in this series. When the food becomes full of KiraKiraru, it will change into a pin used to transform with Sweets Pact, which also appeared under the same condition. The other sweets are made by the KiraKira Patissiere team.

Candy Rod (キャンディロッド Kyandi Roddo)
Debut: Episode 11
The second main weapon for the first 5 Cures. Aside for used in combat, it can be used for solo attack and Sweets Wonderful A La Mode.

Rainbow Ribbon (レインボーリボン Reinbō Ribon)
Debut: Episode 23
Cure Parfait's main weapon, changed from Julio's rod. Aside for used in combat, it can be used for KiraKuru Rainbow and Rainbow Etoile.

Jumat, 12 Februari 2016

Attacks in MahouTsukai Pretty Cure!

This is the list of all attacks available in MahouTsukai Pretty Cure. Note that the spell used in everyday lives aren't counted. With that set, let's dive in with the broom and CurUp Rapapa!

Main Attacks
Diamond Eternal (ダイヤモンド・エターナル Daiyamondo Etānaru)
Debut: Episode 2
The attacks used by Cure Miracle and Cure Magical in Diamond Style and Linkle Stick with Linkle Stone Diamond in slot. Then the two join hands and land to create white dusts. As they readies their Stick, Moflun touches both hands to Linkle Stone and release the diamond. The two then draws two triangles to become a diamond graph and let it clash with Yokubal. They then incantate the attack name when the magic circle appears and strongly joined hands to make it shine and become a giant diamond and flies into outside Earth as it explodes into dust and purified.

The incantation is "Diamond! O Eternal Light, let it be in our hands! FuruFuruLinkuru~! Pretty Cure, Diamond Eternal! (ダイヤ!永遠の輝きよ、私達の手に!フルフルリンクル~!プリキュア・ダイヤモンド・エターナル! Daiya! Eien no kagayaki yo, watashitachi no te ni! Furufururinkuru ~! Purikyua Daiyamondo Etānaru!)".


Items in MahouTsukai Pretty Cure!

Moflun (モフルン Mofurun)
Debut: Episode 1
Merchandise Date Sale: February 6, 2016
Kanoko's teddy bear which becomes Mirai's journey partner after giving it to her. Through Mirai and Rico's synchronized 'CurUp Rapapa!' (キュアップラパパ! Kyuappurapapa!), this teddy bear gained the ability to become the catalyst to allow them to transform into Pretty Cure once inserting the combined Linkle Stone Diamond or a single stone (Ruby, Sapphire, and Topaz). together and join hands together through 'Miracle Magical Jewelry-re!' (ミラクル・マジカル・ジュエリーレ! Mirakuru Majikaru Juerīre!).

Linkle Stone (リンクルストーン Rinkuru Sutōn)
Debut: Episode 1
Merchandise Date Sale: February 6, 2016 (Diamond, Ruby, Sapphire, Topaz), July 9, 2016 (Aquamarine, Pink Tourmaline, Tanzanite, Peridot, Moonstone, Garnet, Amethyst, Emerald)
The jewel-like collectible items for this season that they insert into the transformation item. So far  there are four gold stones that protect the Linkle Stone Emerald within its center and seven silver stones that support the Linkle Stone Emerald. Mirai and Rico's Linkle Stone Diamond both count as one stone.


MahouTsukai Pretty Cure!

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Loves witches and gemstones? Then MahouTsukai Pretty Cure is the best choice for you as the newest Pretty Cure series! 5 days ago the first episode has already aired and you may find the first battle boring compared to GoPri, but story-wise it's excellent. Let's surf through the infos, shall we?

Note: This logo is from when the series is announced and I prefer this logo better than the final and official version. However, I would prefer if the staff announce it as 'Magic User Pretty Cure!' better than the official translation 'Maho Girls PreCure!' to fit the meaning better.


Minggu, 18 Oktober 2015

Tales of Zestiria

I've been already a fan of Tales game since when my brother plays Tales of the Abyss and I'm starting to like it. So let's review the newest Tales game that I recently watched some of the Japanese video and currently the English video gameplay from CGInfernoBlast, Tales of Zestiria! But be careful of spoilers so read at your own risk or complete your very own playthrough first! (the Story and Characters section are from Wikia and Wikipedia respectively but with some changes, the pictures are from CGInfernoBlast's gameplay)




Tales of Zestiria (テイルズ オブ ゼスティリア Teiruzu Obu Zesutiria) is a Japanese role-playing game. It is the fifteenth main entry in the Tales series, developed by Bandai Namco Studios and tri-Crescendo, and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment.  As with previous entries in the Tales series, the game uses a variation of the action-based Linear Motion Battle System, with additional elements including a navigable open world, and the ability for certain characters to fuse into a single entity in battle to deliver powerful attacks. January 22, 2015 is the Japanese release while October 16, 2015 is the Western release in PS3 and PS4 along with PC version four days later.