Una sala de pachinko *******es.wikipedia****/wiki/Pachinko en Tokio. Este vídeo es parte de la serie de vídeos de viaje de *******hombrelobo**** Distributed by Tubemogul.
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This is the wackiest japanese commercial I've ever seen.
This is from Japander**** Go there for other wacky japanese commercials. I personally like the Nick Cage and the Arnold commercials the best.
Nicolas Cage Singing About Pachinko
Cute girls in bikinis play silly games to amuse guys and try to make pachinko interesting!
On this episode of XNA Roundup we check out the peggle like community game, Orbyx : Mystic Orbs of Chaos , a fun new pachinko style game available on xbox live for 400 points. Support XNA Roundup by subscibing via iTunes or YouTube.
Parlor! Mini 2 review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow import review of Parlor! Mini 2 for Super Famicom. What kind of Parlor!? A pachinko parlor. Why Mini 2? Well, because SFC carts are kinda small, and there's only two machines. Only two. One of them's a generic fruit-flavored monstrosity, and one's got some kind of weird Bert and Ernie vibe going, with some dude jumping, or maybe getting thrown, into the ocean. And then there's riceballs, And a beautiful woman doing something with her hands that I'm not sure I can bring up in the context of one of these reviews, but there you are. Let the chaos theory roll. This video review features video gameplay footage of Parlor! Mini 2 for Super Famicom and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.
Cosmic Bump review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Cosmic Bump from Chillingo for the iPhone. Cosmic Bump is a puzzle game with an adorable premise. Little aliens have crash landed here on Earth, and to takeoff, they need to collect all the scattered power cells. The process plays out like pinball meets pachinko meets Plan 9 from Outer Space. It's almost mechanical in its puzzle designs, and its not long before the game throws some pretty clever stuff at you. The levels are kind of like Mouse Trap, and it's cool to see it all in action. This video review features video gameplay footage of Cosmic Bump for the iPhone and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
Pachio-Kun Special 2 review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow import review of Pachio-Kun Special 2 for Super Famicom. You think our kids have problems? Back in the day, they got pachinko games to play with! What do you mean you're not worried?!? That's how salarymen destroy their lives, entranced by spinning doohickeys and flashing lights and borderline pornographic images. And now it's in a vaguely RPG-ish thing on the Super Famicom? WON'T SOMEONE THINK OF THE CHILDREN? Man, my hands hurt from all this wringing. But seriously, it's a collection of virtual pachinko games, that you don't spend real money for. Thankfully. This video review features video gameplay footage of Pachio-Kun Special 2 for Super Famicom and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.
This week, The Sweet Stuff: Casual Games with Molly McDonald takes a look at three awesome online time-wasters. First up, Demolition Dude follows a down and out demolitions worker who knows how to use his head. Next, Sushi Cat sees a fat cat feed its sushi addition in a Pachinko type puzzler and Home Sheep Home sees you guiding the three lost sheep back home. A Internet video series by butterscotch****.
Peggle: Dual Shot review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Peggle: Dual Shot from Q Entertainment and PopCap Games for the Nintendo DS. Ah, that's the stuff! PopCap's popular series arrives on the Nintendo DS in Peggle: Dual Shot, a compilation package that includes the original Peggle, Peggle Nights and ten new levels from Q Entertainment. Peggle is basically a mixture of pinball and pachinko. Each level has a number of pegs, some blue and some orange, and a little cannon. You use that cannon to fire pinballs that bounce from and destroy the pegs. Your objective is to clear all the orange pegs before running out of pinballs. To be honest, it helps to get lucky, too. This video review features video gameplay footage of Peggle: Dual Shot for the Nintendo DS and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
Des "emplois 3D : dÃ©gueulasses, dangereux et dÃ©valorisÃ©s", ainsi Katsuya Tomita qualifie-il les postes prÃ©caires qu'occupent les ouvriers de Saudade. Le cinÃ©aste en sait quelque chose : chauffeur routier pendant ses deux premiers films, il Ã©tait ouvrier du bÃ¢timent pendant celui-ci, en partie tournÃ© sur son lieu de travail. A travers l'histoire de plusieurs ouvriers envoyÃ©s par des agences sur un site "pourri", cette fiction d'une libertÃ© de ton Ã©lectrisante sonde une identitÃ© nationale en miettes.
Takeru, dont les parents se sont ruinÃ©s au jeu de pachinko, chante sa rÃ©bellion dans un groupe de hip-hop qui partage bientÃ´t les scÃ¨nes locales avec les nippo-brÃ©siliens danseurs de capoeira. Seiji, qui n'a connu que les chantiers, se sent enfin "chez lui" lorsqu'il rencontre une ThaÃ¯landaise ; Hosaka revient de plusieurs annÃ©es en ThaÃ¯lande...
Les relations sont tendues entre Japonais et immigrÃ©s, ce que montre avec prÃ©cision chacun de leurs parcours. Le nationalisme de certains jeunes, la toxicomanie d'autres sont des contrecoups du dÃ©sastre social.