DS #4342: Fresh PreCure! Asobi Collection (Japan)

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OMG another PreCure game?
I have played one of the games on the DS, it played like a tactic RPG game without the RPG aspects. You would take turns knocking some freak into beams of light.

I wonder if this game plays the same way?
 

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Well, it says "Asobi Collection", so I assume it's a collection of Precure-themed minigames?

Feels like it's been forever since I watched the first "season" of Precure on TV...
 

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i played one of them platformer ones a long time ago. not too bad. man, if only there were people that subbed the whole precure series, i would watch it.
 

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xshinox said:
i played one of them platformer ones a long time ago. not too bad. man, if only there were people that subbed the whole precure series, i would watch it.

Too bad the 4th and 5th seasons fail and I watched the series, it turned into crappy knockoffs of Sailor Moon once Yes Pretty Cure 5 was produced. Fresh is ok with the best outfits and the characters have personalities comparable to the first 3 seasons, the battles aren't very good though and they cut the excessive protagonists.

I wonder why they stopped creating the Precure beat-em up and fighting games, the two they produced were good, the rest are pretty much name brand shovelware.
 

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