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Thursday, March 28, 2013

Ninjas are awesome

As you can tell by the title, this post is about Ninjas. I am a major Ninja fan, especially in LEGO's toy-line, Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitsu.

For those of you that do not know what a Ninja is, they are Japanese warriors that use stealth to their advantage. It is common for Ninjas to wear black uniforms, although some modern media includes uniforms of alternate colors.

This is a list of my favorite Ninja characters (from TV shows and video games.). The first five characters are all from Ninjago.
  •  Kai - The hot-headed Red Master of Spinjitsu. Although he starts off having absolutely no patience, he becomes more and more patient with each passing episode, gaining maximum patience in the episode where the giant snake known as the Great Devourer surfaces. He was the wielder of the Sword of Fire until it was stolen and destroyed. After that, Kai gained the Elemental Fire Robes and the Fire Blade, regaining his lost powers and upgrading them. He can now trap enemies in a ring of fire and beat them up without them knowing what hit them. 
  • Cole - The straight-forward Black Master of Spinjitsu. His dad is a popular singer, singing teacher, and dancer. Cole accidentally (and successfully) performed the Triple Tiger shash-ei, a dance move that has never been done before. Cole was the user of the Scythe of Quakes, one of the four golden weapons. But Lord Garmadon stole each Golden Weapon combined them into the Mega Weapon, which has crazy awesome power, but only the power to create, when Garmadon wants the Ninjas DESTROYED. Later on the Mega Weapon was destroyed, rendering Garmadon powerless. Cole lost his earth powers when the Mega Weapon was destroyed, but gained the Elemental Earth Robes and the Earth Blade, regaining and amplifying his earth powers.
  • Zane - The calm and calculating White Master of Spinjitsu. He used to use the Shurikens of Ice, one of the four Golden weapons Early in the show, he gains a pet falcon, which showed them Lloyd's old tree house hidden deep in the forest. It also showed him the Destiny's Bounty, the awesome ship the Ninja have as of episode two. That same falcon led Zane and the others to Zane's birthplace. As it turns out, Zane was never human to begin with. He was a robot built to protect people who could not protect themselves. Before the scientist that built him died, he activated the "Memory Switch", which (when flipped to off) will delete Zane's memories, resulting in complete amnesia. After Zane lost his ice powers, he gained the Elemental Ice Robes and the Ice Blade, regaining his ice powers and multiplying them times 100.
  • Jay - The fast talking Blue Master of Spinjitsu. He is the boyfriend of Like the other ninja, his golden weapon (Jay's Lightning Nun-chucks) was taken by the evil Lord Garmadon. It was later destroyed (along with the other golden weapons) when Garmadon decided to mess up time and space. Because the Nun-chucks give Jay lightning powers, he lost those powers during the Nun-chucks' destruction. But later on he got the Elemental Lightning Robes and the Lightning Blade, not only regaining his lost powers, but also granting the new power of creating energy shields.
  • Lloyd - Lloyd is the only Master of Spinjitsu that went through two colors. First he was the Green Ninja (Which can use fire, ice, lightning, and earth), and in the finale he became the Gold Ninja: Better known as the ULTIMATE SPINJITSU MASTER, like one thousand times more powerful than any of the other ninja and even the Overlord, the secret villain.
  • The Mario Sports Mix version of the Final Fantasy Ninja - A ninja clad in red trimmed with white robes, along with a matching pair of gauntlets, and a helmet. In the final tournament of any sport, the opponent that reaches the finals is actually the Ninja, as he cast some kind of shape-shifting spell on himself. He grabs the trophy and escapes on a flying ship. You must beat him at whatever sport you selected at the beginning of the tournament. But he will not do this alone, he has a White Mage and a Black Mage as his teammates. After beating him, he gives you the trophy and the Sports Crystal inside. If you collect all four Sports Crystals, instead of using them to return to the Mushroom Kingdom, you have to fight a creature known as the Behemoth. You use Hockey sticks to harm him, even though you can grab a meteor and either slam dunk it on the Behemoth's head, or continuously pass the meteor around like a volleyball, building up energy. When the energy bar is full, you can have every member of your team slam dunk NOT a meteor, but a fireball. All three members have hit meters, just like the ones int he Dodge-ball sport. If all of your team is defeated, you will have to start all over. You and your teammates get up very quickly when defeated, so don't worry if you get K.O.'d. The Behemoth will mainly focus on your teammates and continuously attack them, but will turn around and attack you directly every once in a while. If you play as the Ninja himself during this, A White Ninja will replace the opponent Ninja.
  • Espio the Chameleon (from Sonic the Hedgehog) - A Chameleon that is a ninja. He is a member of Team Chaotix, a trio of detectives. He is a Speed type character, meaning his top running speed is very similar to Sonic's running speed. However, I doubt that Espio can outrun Sonic as of Sonic Unleashed, which introduced Sonic's newest ability: The Sonic Boost. It is where Sonic's running speed is tripled. You can tell he is using the Sonic Boost when he is surrounded in a baby blue aura. This aura is rainbow colored in Sonic Colors, but returns to baby blue in the game after that. Espio however, has shurikens the size of Vector the Crocodile, another member of Team Chaotix. Plus, he can turn invisible while summoning a tornado, all at the same time.
  • My Mii Character When playing the Takamaru's Ninja Castle minigame on Nintendo Land - The name says it all. I always use my Mii whenever I play ANY video game where you can use Miis. Plus he gains a cute Unarmored Samurai uniform during the intro. And, all players get three ninja powers: Clay Bombs, where your shurikens are replaced with bombs. Falcon Eyes, which makes your Mii move so fast that enemies move in slow motion. And Triple Shot, where you can throw three shurikens at the same time.
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - I forgot to add in these guys, so this is an UPDATE. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are mutated turtles (that can talk) that are also ninjas. There are four Ninja Turtles in total: Leonardo, Raphael, Donatello, and Michelangelo. All of them are named after famous painters. And they each have a different personality. EXAMPLE: Michelangelo is careless, irresponsible, and the only thing he takes seriously is having parties and eating pizza. Yet again, all four Turtles in the show love eating pizza.     
  • Paper Ninjas - the only enemies in Takumaru's Ninja Castle (A minigame on Nintendo Land). They are surprisingly cute looking. The Blue ones are always unarmed, though you get points for hitting them. The Pink and Green ones have one shuriken, which they will throw at you if you do not hit them. Sometimes, they will have two shurikens instead of one. The yellow ones can mimic the Clay Bombs ninja power, though they only get one bomb. The Red and Black ones (The Blacks are bosses) have a handful a shurikens and a katana, which they can bat your shurikens away with. If a Paper ninja defeats you, you will have to start the whole minigame over. They kidnap Monita, who is pretending to be a Japanese princess.
  • The Ninja Storm Power Rangers - I saved the best for last. These Power Rangers are also Ninjas. Red has wind powers (like flying), Blue has water powers (like walking on water) Yellow has earth powers (like sinking into the ground and popping up somewhere else), and the Crimson and Navy Blue rangers both have lightning powers. I do not know to this day what elemental powers the Green Ranger has. But he has a guitar that summons a Mammoth Zord. and when he takes his vest off he gains super speed. But the other rangers also have super speed.

Here is a picture of the Ninja Storm Rangers. NOTE: Images are from Power Rangers Wiki.

Ninja Storm poster
Advertisement poster. It has every Ninja
Storm Ranger except the Green Ranger.
Yet again, Green Ranger is the last to join
the team.

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Lego City Undercover and Nintendo Land Time!!!!!!

This is a dual post. That means that this post is about two different games. But thanks to my birthday, I now have the Wii U and both LEGO City Undercover and Nintendo Land (Nintendo Land comes with the console if you get the deluxe pack. It also comes with a recharge station for the Gamepad, a stand for the Gamepad and black coloring on everything except the game boxes and game discs).

After playing almost every minigame in Nintendo Land, I can now say that the four fighting minigames (Legend of Zelda: Battle Quest, Pikmin Adventure, Takumaru's Ninja Castle, and Metroid Blast) have bosses.

If you are a Legend of Zelda fan, you would know that the final boss in Battle Quest is, of course, Ganon. Figures. Ganon has been a fan favorite adversary for years. and the boss battle is much easier with a Swordsman, because Ganon does a predictable attack pattern. First he summons and launches several spiked balls with a glowing slit that runs either sideways or up and down. Swordsman can easily chop these spiked balls in half with very little effort and pressure. But an Archer has to jump out of the way and they hesitate for a couple seconds before doing anything else. But that leaves an opening because after launching three spiked balls, Ganon teleports closer to you so he can (try to) clobber you with his staff. Swordsman can block the three hit combo with their shields, but Archers have like two seconds to jump away from the incoming staff swing. But I will not discourage you from trying to use an Archer to beat this boss. In fact, I would be honored if one of my followers have the game and defeated Ganon as an Archer. Ganon is the only Major Boss as previous bosses (after defeating them in battle) will appear as common enemies. If you defeat Ganon for the first time, Monita (the Nintendo Land tour guide) will congratulate you and turn you into a Star Player for the minigame. Not only putting a star on the minigame's entrance but also unlocking some bonus levels of increased difficulty.

Pikmin Adventure has a total of eight bosses: The Bulblord (a giant red Bulborb, which is a slightly aggressive dog like creature), the Large-Mouth Wollywog (which is a giant frog), the Emperor Pinchipede (A giant centipede), the Bladed Beeb (A giant Praying Mantis), and their tougher upgraded counter parts: The Greater Studded Beeb (A giant Praying Mantis with Spiked Balls in the place of hands), The Monochromatic Pinchipede (a giant silver centipede), the Translucent Wollywog (A giant frog with underwater camouflage), and the Emperor Bulblord (An extremely aggressive green Bulborb of incredible size). All you have to do to defeat any of these bosses is: For Olimar: throw as many Pikmin as you can at the exposed weak spots. For a Player Pikmin, whack said weak spots as many times as you can until the weak spot breaks. Defeating the Bladed Beeb will make Monita congratulate you, turn you into a Star Player for this minigame, place a star on the entrance, and allow you to fight the the second four bosses.

Takumaru's Ninja Castle has only one boss, encountered in several levels. It is a black paper ninja. All enemy ninjas are only paper origami. But this ninja wears a classic black uniform. He is quite easy to defeat, actually. He is armed with a katana (a special sword that only ninjas use) and a handful of shurikens (star shaped weapons that you throw at enemies.). If you throw shurikens at him while he is using his katana, he will just bat them away (with the katana). But after a while, he will run up to the screen (which is actually your character's point of view), and try to slash you with the katana.  Just throw a shuriken at him when is right in front of you. Instead of throwing a shuriken, your Mii character will do a successful slash at the boss (they slash with a blue a yellow katana with a rounded hand guard). that will knock the boss's katana out of his hand, and you can throw as many shurikens at him as you want. At least until he pulls out a new katana. Repeat until the black ninja is defeated. There are also red paper ninjas that copy this battle style, but they are defeated the moment they touch your blade.

And there are only two bosses for Metroid Blast: Kraid (A wingless dragon that sits in the middle of a pool of lava while it launches long range attacks.) and Ridley (A dragon WITH wings and this dragon randomly switches between close range attacks and long range attacks). To defeat Kraid you must shoot his nose and he will roar in pain. His jaws will lock in place for a little while and the player must launch either a bomb (If you are fighting on foot) or a Missile (If you are flying in the Gunship) into his throat. The weapon will explode inside his stomach, taking away one hit point. After taking some hits, Kraid will reveal more of his torso, greatly increasing in height. Although the Gunship can instantly fly up to his face no problem, ground players will have to destroy some rotating components (Every enemy and boss in Metroid Blast is a robot that slightly resembles the enemy from the Metroid universe). After destroying them all, ground players can launch a grapple beam at a platform connected to the torso. From there, the player can shoot the nose and launch bombs into his throat. After more hits, Kraid rises to full height. Now he looks like a deadly fortress armed to the bone with powerful weapons. He should be launching yellow lasers, missiles, Giant boomerangs that explode, and by now he has platforms connected to his body with a Space Pirate standing on top of said platform, shooting you whenever it sees you. You must repeat the second phase, only now instead of one platform you can grapple, two will appear, one of which is so high that it's right in front of Kraid's crocodile-like face. After dropping in at least three bombs, Kraid will start glowing, then he will explode.

And the final boss is Ridley, and according to the Metroid storyline, Ridley is a high ranking Space Pirate who killed the mother and father of Samus Aran, the character you play as in the Metroid games. But this Ridley is not as creepy looking as the one in Metroid. In fact it's just a robot copy Nintendo Land created. The whole battle is just one long phase. Ridley has four weak spots: the inside of his mouth, his chest, the tip of his tail, and the palms of his hands. Hitting the chest is easy, but the mouth only opens to shoot either one long laser beam, or countless short projectiles. You must shoot the inside of his mouth before he can use either attack. However, it won't prevent him from using those two attacks even after the weak spot is broken. And hitting his tail is an even harder challenge, as it swings side-to-side when not in use. It only holds still when he is about to launch the bladed tip at you. After launching, Ridley will retract the tip with a cable that connects the tip with the rest of the tail. Hitting Ridley's hands are fairly easy to hit. However, the weak spots are directly on the palms, and Ridley keeps his hands closed unless he uses either of these two attacks: He will launch one hand at the player like a ground player's grapple beam. hitting the now exposed palm will make Ridley retract the hand prematurely before he can grab you, as his hand is now aching. However, should you not hit the palm, he will grab you and pull you to his mouth and begin charging a long laser beam. In order to break free, all you have to do is just shoot the inside of his mouth. Ridley will roar in pain and loosen his grip on your character, allowing you to break free. After smashing all four of these weak spots, a secret weak spot appears on his back. He is stunned by now, and all you have to do is just either run (Ground Player) or fly (Gunship) and shoot his secret weak spot. You must repeat the whole strategy three times in order to win this battle.

In order to get star player on the remaining minigames, finish the three-day flight on Balloon Trip Breeze. For Donkey Kong's Crash Course, you must reach the exit on stage one. For Captain Falcon's Twister Race, just clear the entire track without crashing. I do not know how to get Star Player on Mario Chase or Luigi's Ghost Mansion, as those games require two, three, four, or five human players to play.

And Now on to LEGO City Undercover. Here is the story plot. I wish I could write the whole story, but we would be here forever. So here is a long story short.
Chase comes back to LEGO city after two years of absence. He meets his biggest fan: Frank Honey, and finds that his old friend, Marion Dunby, has been promoted to Chief of police. Rex Fury escaped a few months ago, and Chase learns more details about Rex. After Chase learns Kung Fu from a plumber, Frank gets kidnapped and the awesome mobile command vehicle got hijacked. Epic Chase scene with Chase barely able to lose the thieves. After that Chase goes undercover and learns that the leader of the thieves, Chan Chuang, is working for the super-villain Vinnie Pappalardo, and later learn that Vinnie is selling things to Rex Fury, and later down the road you find out that Rex Fury is working for the evil master mind and billionaire Forest Blackwell, and that Blackwell is planning on using dangerous technology to build a city on the Moon, and that leads to Chase McCain using a giant robot to fight Rex Fury's robot (which looks like a Tyrannosaurus Rex.) and Chase Sky Dives in Space, wearing an Astronaut uniform with a built-in jet pack to glide safely to the command center the primary tower had and engaged the parachutes to slow down it's descent into Earth's atmosphere. Rex is arrested and Blackwell escapes in the only remaining escape pod. Then everybody lives happily ever after.


Friday, March 8, 2013

Godzilla Time!!!!!!!!!!!!!

One of my oldest posts was about the King of the Monsters: Godzilla. This is a better post with more information.

Godzilla is a kaiju, A type of Japanese (or American, in two cases) creature of epic size. If you go all the way back to the original post, you would know that I misspelled kaiju. I spelled it like this: kaingu. See that kaingu has an "N"  next to the "I"? And that the "J" is replaced with an "G"?

There are currently four versions, with a fifth version coming out sometime in 2014.
  • Original - This version is by far the most human like. It shoots an atomic laser out of the mouth. Again, I made an error with the first post. I said it was a fire beam. Even though it's not a Fire Beam, it's an Atomic Laser. I realized my mistake when I noticed that fire does not blow up things that don't normally blow up. This laser is capable of downright destroying a building taller than Godzilla himself. Unlike the other versions, this version shoots a white laser.
  • Hensei - the second version. It looks less like a human and more like a dinosaur. This version met it's end in the movie Godzilla vs Destroyah, when the same radiation from it's atomic laser made Hensei Godzilla reach Critical Mass mode. In the video game Godzilla Unleashed, Critical Mass Mode is actually helpful in a fight. But in the movie, it turns the kaigu that has reached Critical Mass Mode into an accident waiting to happen. It dissolved into a puddle of radioactive lava when Godzilla's body couldn't bear such high radiation. But Godzilla Jr., one of Godzilla's sons, Reached adulthood and became the Millennium Godzilla.
  • Millennium - It looks even less like and human and even more like a dinosaur. By far, this is the most realistic version. In Godzilla 2000 and Godzilla vs Megaguirus, it's Atomic Laser was Orange, looking less like a laser and more like a fire breath. But in all the other versions, the laser is blue. Just like the Hensei Godzilla before it reached Critical Mass Mode.
  • American - This version looks completely like a dinosaur and has no human traits whatsoever. Unlike the other versions, this one is fast, can tunnel underground at amazing speeds, and last, but not least, is extremely lethal. It ate a United States military attack helicopter with a pilot inside!!!! It has no Atomic Laser, but can breathe REAL fire. It shoots a cloud of flames from it's mouth. Just like a dragon.
  • 2014 - I do not know what this version looks like in full detail because this version is still a work in progress. All I know about it is that it is not an actor in a Godzilla costume (The American version and the 2014 version are both computer animation. All the other versions were actors in costumes). I also know that 2014 Godzilla will fight a giant centipede and possibly a third kaiju in this movie.

So far there are three Mecha-Godzillas: Mecha-Godzilla 1, Mecha-Godzilla 2, and Kiryu. Here is a picture of each (can you see the differences?). NOTE: All images are from Godzilla Wiki.

Kiryu. Loaded with awesome

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Mecha-Godzilla 1. It has a weaker
arsenal compared to Kiryu.

Mecha-Godzilla 2

Anyway, I never really showed you what Godzilla's double, SpaceGodzilla, looks like. So here are some pictures.

This guy is by far the smartest
kaigu ever created.

SpaceGodzilla is dangerously smart. He knew that Godzilla would try keep his sons from harm, so he kidnapped Godzilla Jr.. He used Godzilla's rush to save his son against him and lured Godzilla into a trap. Even more smart, SpaceGodzilla came to Earth completely out of his free will (most evil kaigu normally work for aliens such as the Vortak.) to kill Godzilla and make himself King of the Earth. Or president. Or emperor. Whichever SpaceGodzilla likes best. Yet again, kaigu can't speak any human language, so if SpaceGodzilla did make himself King, SpaceGodzilla would have no way to tell the humans what title he would like to have. Anyway, he also knows strategical techniques for combat against Godzilla. There are two theories relating how he was created. What is known is that traces of Godzilla's DNA went into outer space and fell into a black hole. The DNA fused with the Black Hole and transformed into SpaceGodzilla. How the DNA got into outer space is unknown.

And for the most powerful kaigu that Godzilla defeated. Monster X!!!!!

Monster X
Sorry if you cannot see him well in this picture.
All the good pictures were at the wrong size.

This is why Monster X is so powerful. Gravity Beams shot from his eyes send things flying through the air. He is fast and can use human martial arts to fight something his size (He's exactly 140 meters tall. One meter equals three feet so if you don't use the metric system, the height should be 420 feet. This is medium for a kaiju). But wait there's more!!!! This is Monster X's ultimate form!!!!

Keizer Ghidorah
Keizar Ghidorah!!! A three headed
beast with a vampire-like bite!!!!

Monster X is a Metamorphosis kaigu. Like Mothra. Or Gigan if you count the fact that the aliens known as the Xiliens rebuilt his body after the old body exploded as well as giving Gigan giant chain saws for hands. Or Orga, if you count the fact that when he bit Godzilla, his skin turned green and he grew the same purple, uneven, scattered spikes on Godzilla's back. But they grew on Orga's back. Or if you count his transformation between the smooth-skinned alien that works for the Vortaak to the rough skinned ogre-like creature that Godzilla blew up with his Atomic Laser.

Anyway, here is the plot for my favorite Godzilla video game, Godzilla Unleashed.
Depending on your kaiju's allegiance, the story will be different. If your kaiju is an Earth Defender (The kaiju that are neither good or evil. Sometimes they do good deeds. Other times they go on missions of mass destruction.), your kaiju must travel the planet while fighting kaiju from the other three Allegiance (Aliens, Mutants, and the G.D.F.). Because the Earth Defenders are technically unaligned, you have two options when fighting an enemy kaiju. You can make the good choice, and free the kaiju from the mind control of the magic crystals popping up everywhere. Or you can make the evil choice, and KO (or kill) the kaiju and take it's powers. The more power you get, the more dangerous your kaiju becomes. Either way, when you beat the game as an Earth Defender, the G.D.F. thank your kaiju for ruining the Vortaak's plans.

But if you pledge your Allegiance to the Vortaak (Known simply as the Aliens in the game, but called Vortaak in the prequel games), your kaiju will be the super soldier that the Vortaak Queen, Vortica, deploys on the mission to bring the crystals' energy to the Vortaak homeworld. You never get to go to the Vortaak homeworld, though. Although your kaiju is completely evil, you can make the good choice when fighting enemy kaiju. But you must do the evil choice at least once. That way, it's a win-win situation. Either way, when you beat the game, Vortica will laugh in her moment of victory.

The third Allegiance is the G.D.F.. Better known as the Global Defense Force. Because this Allegiance is operated by humans, all the kaiju in this faction are robots. Even though one of the Aliens' kaiju is a robot: Mecha-Godzilla 1. And another Aliens kaiju, Gigan, is a Cyborg.
This is the only completely good faction in the game. Anyway, when the magic Crystals started appearing, some kaiju went rogue and embarked on a quest for power. The G.D.F. was forced to deploy their robot kaiju, one of which is piloted by the player. The robots are supposed to prevent these crystals from becoming any more dangerous (They already flooded Tokyo, Japan, covered San Fransisco, United States with earthquakes. They also lifted all of London into the sky, made the air in Osaka poisonous, and covered Seattle with lava and volcanoes). However, you can make the evil choice every now and then. But do the good choice at least once. That way, it's a win-win situation. The ending for the G.D.F. is almost exactly the same as the Earth Defender ending.

And last, but not least, We have the Mutants. The Mutants are those rogue kaiju I mentioned. In fact, it is technically the Mutant's fault that the crystals are popping up everywhere. Because in the prequel game, Godzilla: Save the Earth, Millennium Godzilla launched the Mutant known as SpaceGodzilla into a black hole. The Crystals are the side effect of SpaceGodzilla opening that same Black Hole and escaping.
Basically, you play as one of the rogue, power-hungry kaiju that want to become the most powerful being on the planet. This is also a neutral Allegiance, so do either the good battle choice or the evil battle choice to your heart's content. The Ending is always the same though. SpaceGodzilla wins this four-way war and the game ends with SpaceGodzilla roaring triumphantly.

No matter what your Faction is, you always have to battle the Atrogon, the G.D.F.'s ultimate non kaiju weapon. It's a Sky Fortress created by humans. As shown in a one movie, the Atrogon (Also called the Gotengo) is capable of going unimaginably deep underwater. Anyway, the Atrogon is piloted by a Japanese Admiral who decided to take the four-way war between the Mutants, Vortaak, Earth Defenders, and the G.D.F. Robots into his own hands. So he's going to try to kill as many kaiju as he can with the Atrogon. The first battle damaged the Atrogon, but the Admiral still lives. The Rest of the G.D.F. realized that the Admiral is doing more harm than good, so the G.D.F. Supreme Council has made the decision of shutting down the Admiral. Unfortunately the Admiral disobeys direct orders and reactivates the Atrogon. But this time, the boss battle is to the death.

And your kaiju destroys the Atrogon, killing the Admiral. And here comes the ultimate Boss Battle in the game. Your kaiju versus SpaceGodzilla!!!!!!!!! SpaceGodzilla, by now, have escaped his black hole prison and turned New York (in the United States, where I live) into his crystalline fortress. Crystals everywhere. Even if you have done nothing but evil choices, there will be two other kaiju that fight SpaceGodzilla with you. Unfortunately the other two kaiju will compete with you, and will compete with each other. Either Way, it's a three-way race to see who can KO SpaceGodzilla first. Unless you are playing as SpaceGodzilla (He is the last dude unlocked. You can buy him from the in-game store.). In that case you have to KO (or kill) the three enemy kaiju. And furthermore, this version of the Boss Battle will be a Team fight, so the enemies will not compete with each other. SpaceGodzilla versus three kaiju that were not KO'd before this moment. Sometimes randomly selected kaiju will appear.

Here are two screenshots from Godzilla Wiki, showing kaiju from the game, fighting each other.
Monster Melee battle
King Casear (Earth Defender)
vs. Krystalak (Mutant).

Anguirus (Earth Defender), knocking
Gigan (Alien) off his feet.

Anyway, that's all the awesome Godzilla stuff I have to offer. At the moment. REMINDER NOTE: All images are from Godzilla Wiki.

Thursday, March 7, 2013

Owls of Ga'Hoole Time!!!!!!!

I'm a major fan of the series known as Owls of Ga'Hoole. The books are about a Barn Owl (or a Tyto) named Soren, and later down the road, the books will be about Soren's nephew, Nyroc (later renamed Coryn). The movie is basically books one, two, AND three combined into one movie. They have released a video game that goes with the movie.

Here is the plot of the movie (I would do the books and video game as well, but then we would be here forever.).
The movie is epically amazing. The graphics were spectacular. And the Owls look so life like. In my opinion. Anyway, the movie starts with a Barn Owl (A type of Tyto. A Tyto Owl is the most common owl species. Famous for a ring of color around the face which looks almost exactly like a heart. Not a real one. the cartoonish one) flying. This owl quickly (and quietly) grabs a mouse. When the Barn Owl returns to her hollow (All owls live in hollows), it is revealed that she is a mother and has three kids. Soren (who idolizes the legendary owl warrior Lyze of Kiel), Eglantine (who is the youngest of the three), and Kludd (who is prone to jealousy and can become angry in very little time.). By the time the mother, named Marella, arrives, Soren and Eglantine are reenacting the Battle of the Ice Claws, one of the most legendary battles between the owl warriors known as the Guardians (Kludd thinks that the Guardians don't exist) and the Pure Ones (which are evil owls). And of course, Soren plays the role of Lyze of Kiel. But then Eglantine starts complaining that it was supposed to be HER turn to play the role of Lyze of Kiel. Then comes a brief play fight.

The next day, Kludd and Soren go to do their first branching  Kludd, however, fails because he didn't "Think before you Leap". And he made a lot of noise during the glide. All Tytos (Barn, Masked, Arctic, and so on.) are famous for making no noise at all when they fly. But Soren actually gets a perfect score on the first glide. No noise at all, and he did NOT almost fall off the branch he landed on. When Marella and her husband Noctus go on a hunt, Soren and Kludd decide to go do some more branching. Soren tells Kludd how he can glide so perfectly, and turns out, he just pictures himself on a tall cliff, standing side-by-side with Lyze of Kiel and the rest of the Guardians, preparing for battle.

Kludd angrily pushes Soren, but Soren winds up knocking the both of them off the branch because Kludd's push made Soren lose his balance. They wind up at the base of the the tree their hollow is in. Soren attempts to use full flight, but he can only get a few inches off the ground. Just then, a weird looking creature (I know it's name, but it is too silly if you ask me). But before Soren and Kludd became the beast's next meal, two owls appear and kill the beast. But it turns out that they are kidnappers and they only wanted to save the young owls because they are going to kidnap them and bring them to their lair in St. Aegolius.

The kidnappers have a hilarious conversation on whether or not their facial expressions are scary and whether or not they looked natural. One of the kidnappers, Jutt, combines his companion's "Evil Stare" with his "Intimidator" and gets what he calls "The Predator". Jutt's partner, Jatt, then comments on how the name of that expression is rather silly.

At St. Aegolius, we can see that Jatt and Jutt are not the only kidnappers. We can see hundreds of other owls that have already kidnapped owlets (Owls that are kids or teenagers are called owlets). One of these kidnappers winds up surprising Jutt, who was trying to creep him out with "The Predator", by asking if there is anything wrong with Jutt's face. Soren winds up meeting another kidnapped owlet named Gylfie. Gylfie is an Elf Owl. Elf Owls are the smallest species of owl on the planet, they normally live in the desert. Anyway, Gylfie is also from the Desert of Kunneer.

When the hostages are released, it is revealed that the kidnappers are actually lower ranking Pure Ones. When the lead kidnapper, Krindle, tries to tell the hostages of their fate (the ones that are not obedient will work as lowly miners. The ones that show true loyalty to the Pure Ones will become higher ranking soldiers) in the nicest way possible, the Hostages start to riot. Just then, Nyra, the Pure Ones' Queen, appears and calms the riot. When Gylfie demands that the Pure Ones must let them go, Soren agrees. Nyra, being the cold-blooded husband of the Pure One's King, punishes them by making the both of them lowly miners.

When Jutt and Jatt tell the hostages that are miners to look at the full moon and sleep, Gylfie realizes that they are trying to Moon-Blink them (Moon-Blinking is a slow process of hypnosis). So Soren and Gylfie resist and learn what the miners are looking for.

When one of the already Moon-Blinked owls finds what the Pure Ones are after (which is a shard of magic metal known as Flecks.), Jatt tries to congratulate the slave, but they forgot to label each slave as they number them. This results in Jatt saying "Thank you, Number 224... Whatever.". When Jutt randomly selects Soren (who is pretending to be Moon-Blinked) to take the Fleck to a glowing bundle, Soren discovers what the Flecks are for. They impair an Owl's Gizzard. Soren suffers from so much pain, that he couldn't even move. So a Bat takes the Fleck and puts it in the bundle. The Bat signals another Bat to take the Bundle to wherever the Flecks are needed.

Grimble realizes that Soren and Gylfie were not Moon-Blinked and takes the two owlets to a mysterious room. Krindle reveals that he is going to teach them full flight. The Soren asks "But aren't you-", but before he could finish, Krindle says "A Pure One? No, I hate 'em. Almost as much as what they turned me into. My feathers weren't always stained with these colors." We then see a flash back of Young Krindle getting overwhelmed by the Pure Ones when they invaded Krindle's kingdom. The Pure Ones thought they could use them, so they kidnapped Krindle's family. The Pure Ones turned him into a minion by promising that if Krindle serves the Pure Ones, no harm would come to his family.

Kludd, unlike Soren, actually became a soldier, and almost killed the other soldiers in a graduation test. Kludd is then deemed to have spectacular progress in the training. Kludd even gets to talk to the Pure Ones' King, the super evil Metal Beak. And Kludd reveals that he WANTS to be a Pure One.

When Nyra decides to make Soren a soldier, Grimble tells the young owls to escape and find the Guardians of Ga'Hoole. But that is easier said than done because the Guardians of Ga'Hoole live in the Sacred Tree of Ga'Hoole, which is one the island of Hoole, which is somewhere in the sea of Hoolemere. And the island of Hoole is surrounded by an ever lasting storm, which only the pure of heart can survive. Anyway, Nyra kills Grimble while Gylfie and Soren barely escape Nyra's guards.

Gylfie and Soren realize (after they have escaped) that they are in full flight. In a forest, Soren manages to get his talons on a moth. But has soon he has caught the moth, a Burrowing Owl named Digger starts complaining that Soren "Caught a moth that's already been caught!". When Soren says that Digger hasn't caught the moth, Digger retaliates with "But I was close! One might even say I was THIS close!". Gylfie jumps in on the conversation, Digger mistakes this moment for an ambush and says his famous catchphrase " 'Betcha you didn't count on this!!!" and starts digging while launching dirt in Soren's face. When Gylfie asks if they can have a place to hide and rest (Gylfie is wounded because one of the guards clawed her leg), Digger asks if they want to hide first and rest later, or rest first and hide later. When the young Elf Owl asks what the difference is, Digger says "If you want to hide first, then you're out of luck. But if you want to rest first then the situation is not so dire." So they decide to rest first.

After Digger reveals that he loves to tell owl related jokes, Digger's roommate, a Great Grey Owl named Twilight, appears with Soren's nursemaid, a Blind Snake named Mrs. P, in his mouth. He is planning on eating Mrs. P for dinner, but then Mrs. P offends Twilight by calling him a "Monstrosity". She then hisses at Twilight when he makes a comeback. If you listen closely, you can hear Mrs. P saying that doesn't like to hiss because hissing is improper and unladylike. When Soren says that he and Gylfie are going to see the Guardians of Ga'Hoole, Twilight and Digger Tag along (with Twilight revealing that he is a musical poet, singing songs throughout the movie). Before they go, Twilight humorously calls the Sea of Hoolemere the Sea of Hoola-dance.

Anyway, When "The Band" (as they called by now) are almost at the Sea of Hoolemere, they get attacked by Crows, who steal Twilight's Lute (A lute is a kind of guitar). Although Digger (who hates poetry) is thankful that Twilight's only instrument is gone, he quickly realizes that they have to get the lute back because Mrs. P is riding INSIDE the lute.

After getting the Lute back, an echidna appears and says that their arrival to the island the Crows lead the Band to was foretold. When he says that he knows all, and asks Soren to state their desire, Gylfie notices that if the echidna knows all, how come he doesn't know where the Band is going. The Echidna then says that it was foretold that Gylfie would doubt his knowledge. After more hilariously accurate predictions from the echidna, Soren realizes that this echidna is the same echidna from his father's bedtime stories, the echidna that can guide you to where you want to go and he will tell you what the quickest way to that location is.

The echidna shows them a set of stars they must follow to reach the Tree of Ga'Hoole. The Band is almost there and they are caught in the ever lasting storm. And it's not a lightning storm. It is actually a snow storm. Digger's wings become frostbit, and he falls out of the sky. When Soren tries to find him, we see an Arctic Owl wearing golden armor rescuing Digger. We then see another Arctic Owl wearing smaller golden armor appearing and leading the rest of the Band to the Tree of Ga'Hoole.

These Arctic Owls are the Guardians of Ga'Hoole's King and Queen. This means that the Guardians are real. Because they have not appeared to non Guardians in such a long time, the non Guardian owls started believing that the Guardians are only fairy tales.

After telling their story, a Great Grey Owl named Allomere proclaims that the story is false, but a Whispering Screech Owl named Eyzlryb supports the story. After a brief conversation with Eyzlryb, Soren, Gylfie, Digger, and Twilight train to be Guardians, each one specializing in a different Chaw. You don't become a Guardian overnight, and the Chaws are squad units. Each Chaw has it's unique role before, during, or after a battle. Some Guardians are warriors, some are navigators, some are trackers, some might be a blacksmith. The types of Chaws are almost limitless.

After some training and a Gizzard-Fight (Gizzard-Flight is a flying technique which allows you to slow down time and pass through hazards unharmed) gone wrong, Soren finds out that Eyzlryb wrote the Chronicles of the Ice Claws (One of Soren's favorite stories. When Soren guessed that Eyzlryb is a scribe, Eyzlryb wrote the book based on what he saw when he was a soldier. Eyzlryb corrected himself when he said that he was the LEADER of all the soldiers during the Battle of the Ice Claws. Soren realizes that Eyzlryb is actually the very Guardian he idolizes: Lyze of Kiel.

Lyze of Kiel/Eyzlryb then says "Being a Guardian isn't brave, it isn't glorious, and it's not even heroic! It's only doing what's right, and doing it over and over, even if you look like this!". When he said "even if you look like this!", he was talking about how hideously battle-scarred he is. His right foot is amputated and all that remains of his right foot is a stump where the toes would be at. He is missing one talon on his left foot, and his feathers are permanently ruffled.

Allomere arrives at the Tree severely injured, carrying two Moon-Blinked owlets in a basket. And what's worse is that one of the owlets was Eglantine, Soren's sister. All one thousand Guardians take this as an act of war and take to arms. That means that the blacksmiths have to work overtime, polishing existing armor, creating new armor, and sharpening swords and battle claws (Battle Claws are armor owls wear over their talons they can cut through almost anything).

When Eglantine snaps out of the Moon-Blink, she reveals that Kludd has been too far corrupted by the Pure Ones, as Kludd is the one who Moon-Blinked her. What's worse is that Allomere was faking his wounds and Kludd GAVE Eglantine to Allomere. This means that Allomere is a traitor, and that the Guardians are heading straight into a trap.

When the Guardians take the bait, BOOM!!!! It's a trap!!!!! I know I type in "It's a trap!!!!!" when I first mention the trap, but how else was Soren supposed to know that Allomere is a traitor, Hmm? Smaller in size are we, but stronger in mind! Hey that's a quote from Jedi Master Yoda!!!! Well in the TV show Star Wars: The Clone Wars is when Yoda said that. Anyway, it turns out that the Flecks that the Pure Ones were collecting was used to make a weapon that sucks the LIFE ENERGY out of owls.

When the Band arrives, Twilight (who sings a battle song), Digger, and Gylfie fight a swarm of Bats (who are supposed to kill the Guardians). Soren figures out a way to destroy the weapon and finds a pot filled with oil, and uses Gizzard-Flight to fly through a burning forest and ignite the oil within the pot, thus turning the pot into a bomb. He then flies up, the pot consumed by fire, and with the full moon rising behind him (exactly how Lyze said most people picture him) and does a steep dive. He becomes impaired by the weapon, but he is moving too fast to care. He tosses the bomb at the weapon, and BOOM!!!!!!!! This time I mean it literally!!!!!! The Weapon exploded!!!!!

Metal Beak then sends his entire army (and Nyra) to kill the Guardians and the Band and an epic fight scene that switches between slow motion and normal speed begins. In the midst of it all, we can see that Kludd has become completely evil and is fighting the Guardians to the death. So Soren jumps in the fight and an epic battle between brothers fight scene begins. The fight makes it's way to the burning forest and Kludd breaks his wing and begs Soren to help keep him from falling into the fire below.

But Kludd's evil surfaces again when he decides to try and kill Soren. Soren dodges the blow but Kludd falls in the fire, and dies. Meanwhile, Lyze of Kiel is fighting Metal Beak in Metal Beak's throne room. Soren hears the fight, blames Metal Beak for Kludd's death, and becomes consumed by rage. He takes a lit torch and sets out to kill Metal Beak.

And awesome fight between Metal Beak and Soren begins. Soren is cornered and has three seconds to grab the torch he dropped before Metal Beak can kill him. Soren grabs the torch just in time and stabs Metal Beak with it, killing Metal Beak. Nyra and the surviving Pure Ones retreat.

We then see that Soren's parents have somehow arrived at the Tree of Ga'Hoole and Noctus tells Soren that the stories are real because Soren made them real. And we see that the Guardians are making Soren, Gylfie, Digger, and Twilight official Guardians by giving them each a unique helmet.

But we can see that Kludd is alive, burned and gravely injured, but alive. He stumbles upon the dead body of Metal Beak, as well as his mask, which popped off. His eyes turn blood red and the scene shows that Soren was telling the story of the whole movie to the newest generation of Guardians, and they are wanting to ear the rest of the story because Soren stopped and asked if he should stop telling the story, not wanting to give them "Day-mares" (Owls' version of nightmares). After all, these new Guardians are just kids. The Movie ends with Lyze of Kiel and Soren practicing Gizzard-Flight in a lightning storm (Lyze calls lightning "Baddy-Wrinkles").


Here is an image from Wikipedia that is a picture of the major characters.

Soren, Eglantine, Digger, Twilight, and

  • The video game made a few inaccurate errors. The First two are with Soren. In the movie, Soren is white and golden brown in feather color, with a golden line shaped like a heart. In the video game, his feathers are completely black except the heart shaped line, which stays the same color. Also, in the movie, Soren used a pot filled with flaming oil to blow up the Flecks. In the video game, Soren used two flaming coals to blow up the Flecks. And the final error is how Allomere died. In the movie, several Bats killed him. But in the video game, the player's owl, Shard, throws Allomere at a wall, and a stalactite above him fell right on top of Allomere, killing him.
  • The truth is that I do not know if the King and Queen of Ga'Hoole are Arctic Owls. They might be Albino Barn Owls. Albino means that a specimen in a species is completely white, but only two or three of that species will have that feature.
  • Grimble appears to have met Lyze of Kiel. Because when he is teaching Soren and Gylfie to fly, Gylfie complains that her wings are too short. Grimble says that Lyze of Kiel's wings were short, and that didn't stop him. This is true because Lyze is a Whispering Screech Owl, and their wings are naturally short.
  • The video game actually introduces two new Owl Kingdoms that were never seen in the movie: The Glauxian Brothers Retreat, and the Desert of Kunneer. Even though Gylfie mentions Kunneer when she first appears. Kunneer has several canyons, some narrow, some wide, perfect for speed racing. The Retreat is a snowy place, with the water dotted with broken ice and the ground completely covered with snow at least a foot deep.

Friday, March 1, 2013

The remaining half of Bakugan: Defenders of the Core!!!

In my "Bakugan Time" post, I said that I have not gotten past the part where the Scorpions and the Spyder Fencer attack two famous landmarks. Now I gotten past that and beaten the game!!!! Awesome, right? Anyway, here is the remaining half of the plot.

Here's where we left off. Spectra's apprentice, Gus, tricks the Resistance into going to Egypt. You must summon a Bakugan and fight at least three Pyrus Scorpions and several Pyrus Spyder Fencers. If you have the game and reach this level, do NOT pick Elfin or her evolved form, Duel Elfin. Despite the fact that Aquas (the blue Bakugan) are strong against Pyrus (the Red Bakugan), I tried Elfin and it didn't stop a Spyder Fencer from destroying an ancient pyramid. I strongly recommend that you use Wilda or even better Magma Wilda to fight. Or, if you beaten the game already, use Maxus Dragonoid (Cross. Not Neo.).

Anyway, at a midnight disclosed area in Egypt, you fight Spectra (who summons Cyborg Helios) and Gus (who summons two Subterra Hexodos). The only Bakugan you can use is Cross Dragonoid. When you defeat Helios, Spectra summons six Trap Bakugan, which merge with Helios, forming Maxus Helios. The only thing more impressive than the futuristic machine covering 90% of Helios's body is that he defeats Cross Dragonoid with one hit. Mira (the only girl in the Resistance) reveals that she made a deal with Spectra. If Mira gave Spectra Drago, Spectra would become good. I should probably mention that Spectra is Mira's brother. But, of course, Spectra lied. And used Drago's Perfect Core energy to open a portal to the Earth's Core. But it did not happen right then and right there. First, Spectra retreated to the Vexos base.

The final mission in Egypt brings you to a boss battle between you and Gus's Guardian, Primo Vulcan. From this point on, you can't use Cross Dragonoid. Anyway, when you beat him (Again, I recommend that you use Wilda. Wilda is a Close Quarters specialist, just like Primo Vulcan), Your character demands that Gus hands over Drago. Unfortunately, Gus does NOT have Drago, so you must wait until the Final Boss to get Drago back.

The Resistance then goes to the United States of America (which is where I live) and meets up with Shun. Shun gives you vital info that you need in order to infiltrate the Vexos base (which is in the New Work subway station. The Entrance is swarming with guards, security cameras, and even has a force field surrounding the entrance). But because of a force field, you can't get in normally. There are three sets of Vexos Crystals that are powering the Force Field. First you go to the first set, but Volt AND that Lync challenge you to a brawl. I recommend a Balanced Bakugan, like Persival (even though by the time you reach this level Persival would have evolved into Midnight Persival, which has better attack power, meaning more damage is taken by your target when you hit them). Volt summons Brontes (TIP: Watch out for his charged projectiles. They paralyze you if they hit you.), while Link uses Altair and Wired. TIP: When fighting Altair and Wired, after knocking one of them down, go after the other. During the brawl, Lync summons Ventus Vexos Crystals, thus prolonging the battle. Also, Brontes, Altair, and Wired can use re-spawns, meaning they can come back into the fight.

After defeating Brontes, Altair, and Wired, your character lands a hilarious insult on Lync. When Lync asks how the player keeps winning, your character says "First of all, your self-absorbed and overconfident!". Anyway, the Resistance moves to the next set, where Mylene (the only girl Vexos) and Shadow brawl you. After defeating them once, Shadow summons a Pyrus Vexos Crystal, an Aquas Vexos Crystal, a Ventus Vexos Crystal, AND a Darkus Vexos Crystal. After that the Vexos use a re-spawn and summon a Trap Bakugan to back them up.

After defeating Shadow's Guardian, Hades, and Mylene's Guardian, Elisco, The Resistance moves to the final Vexos Crystal. A Mega Crystal. It is twice as big as a normal Vexos Crystal, and is Subterra Attribute, so a Haos (white and yellow) Bakugan should do the trick. Gus is protecting this Crystal using three Subterra Hexodos, A Pyrus Vexos Crystal, a Haos Vexos Crystal, a Darkus Vexos Crystal, and Primo Vulcan. Oh, and one more thing. The Mega Crystal is protected by an energy barrier, so you have to defeat the Hexodos before you can attack the Mega Crystal.

After defeating Gus, Shun points out the subway station that serves as the Vexos Base. This is the easiest Human level, there are only three guards that are guarding seven Item Boxes. Item Boxes contain awesome bonuses, such as extra Ability Cards, Vexos Passes (In Human levels you sneak around, avoiding detection from guards and security cameras. If you get caught but have a Vexos Pass, the Guard will let you pass. Be careful. It only works once.), and Figurines of the playable Bakugan.

After making your way to a room mirroring the Room where you fought the mainstream Dan at the beginning, Spectra forces a corrupted Drago on the player, and you fight Drago. Here is a helpful tip. Try you best to keep him on the ground. He becomes lethal if he gets airborne. And try using a Bakugan that can fly, like Ingram. Because if your Bakugan tries to jump, Drago will hit you so hard that you fall back down to the ground. And the fall is completely vertical!!! The last tip I'll give away is try to avoid his charged Projectiles. They are lasers that do lethal damage.

When you beat Drago, he becomes good again (Now you can use Cross Dragonoid.). Spectra then jumps through the portal. Marucho gives the player the final Trap needed to make Maxus Dragonoid. When the Resistance reach the Earth's Core, we can see that Maxus Helios is sucking the LIFE ENERGY out of the Earth's Core!!!!!!! This is the FINAL BOSS BATTLE!!!!!! You can only use Maxus Dragonoid here. After dealing some damage on Maxus Helios, Spectra sucks MORE life energy out of Abyss (Who is the Earth's Core) and puts it into Helios, making him even more powerful. Abyss orders you to destroy her and the objective changes from "Defeat Maxus Helios" to "Defeat Abyss". The only hard part in this scene is that Maxus Helios will do everything in his power to keep you away from Abyss. But this is easy if you just ignore Helios and focus entirely on Abyss.

After destroying Abyss, Helios's attack power (how much damage is dealt when you get hit), defense (how much damage is reduced when you hit Helios), speed (running speed), AND health decrease drastically, making Maxus Helios weaker than he was at the beginning of the Boss Battle. So he should be super easy to defeat.

After defeating Maxus Helios, Mira gives Spectra another chance on becoming good and becoming her brother again. The "Keith" (Spectra's real name is Keith) in Spectra rises and accepts Mira's hand in friendship. Abyss becomes reborn and the reborn Abyss gives the Resistance their ability to use Bakugan. But the Earth's core started caving in. So Cross Dragonoid opens a portal back to the surface. Your character uses the Interspace prototype to return to the mainstream dimension.

At the mainstream reality, the mainstream Dan and Marucho greet the player, revealing that they were worried sick about him. Your character challenges Dan to a rematch (because the tutorial brawl got interrupted by a malfunction in Bakugan Interspace). This surprises both Dan and Marucho, as the player's character they knew was shy and had low self confidence. But the player's character's time in the alternate reality made his confidence rocket. The game ends with the player shouting "I love Bakugan" while the Bakugan theme song plays in the background.


  • Only the cutscenes where the characters' movement is re-playable. The cutscenes where the characters speak in a looping, slightly robotic movement can only be watched once.
  • Despite the fact that all the human characters besides the player's character get new voice actors, you can only tell that Dan has a new voice actor. In the show, he has a medium voice. But in the game, his voice sounds deeper.
  • It is odd how Altair and Maxus Helios are the only playable Bakugan that do not walk on two legs. Altair has NO legs and floats in the air, while Maxus Helios walks on all fours.
  • However, some of the Traps may have four or even six legs. The Subterra Hexodos is the only Bakugan in general that has no arms OR legs. Unless you count the tentacles on it's snake-like back as arms.
  • Just like Dan, Drago's voice is also different in the show when compared to the game. His voice sounds both deeper and slightly robotic.
  • Despite the fact that Lync can use Wired when you fight him, you can't use Wired yourself. Ironically, this makes Wired one of the two regular Vexos Bakugan that cannot be used by the player, even in multi-player. The other is Zenoheld's Guardian, Assail Farbros.
  • In the Human levels, your character can use three tools to help sneak around restricted areas. The first and easiest to use is simply throwing one of your Bakugan balls at an object, creating noise. The guards will investigate the noise. The next is Infrared Goggles, which can allow you to see the line of sight of motion sensors. The last is the Stealth Tool, which can make you invisible.
  • There are actually two different kinds of guard. Human Guards, and Vexos Robots. Human Guards can be distracted by making noise with the aforementioned throwing Bakugan Balls trick. Vexos Robots cannot be distracted. The red ones, however, have a switch on their backs. When you throw a Bakugan Ball at the switch, they will say something that sounds like "Current Orders Deceived. Moving to Ex-patrol point." and fly off to outer space.
  • There are actually a lot of clues that point out that the Earth in the game is in another reality. First of all, there are two moons in the sky. Second of all, The Vexos never had a Vexos Crystal, let alone a hundred of them. Third of all, when your character is building the Interspace portal, that reality's Dan and Marucho never heard of the Interspace, despite the fact that Marucho hand-designed every inch of the Interspace. And finally, nobody mentions the Dimension Controllers, even though they are the mainstream Vexos' source of power.
  • When your character says "This is why I don't brawl!!! Something always goes wrong!!!!", it hints that something similar to the Interspace malfunction happened to your character before the events of the game.
  • The way the Bakugan fight reminds me alone of my Dragon Ball Z Kai video game. If you land a heavy combo, your Bakugan will launch the enemy into the air. You have the option of jumping up after the enemy while it is still in the air. The airborne combo features your Bakugan slamming the enemy, sending it falling completely vertically. The exact same thing is in the Dragon Ball Z Kai video game.