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Overwatch – Blizzard Entertainment – Directors – Aaron Keller, Chris Metzen, Jeff Kaplan – Writer Michael Chu – Microsoft Windows – PlayStation 4 – Xbox One X – Xbox One – Diablo III – Hearthstone – Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft – StarCraft: Remastered, Activision – eSports - Overwatch League – Warcraft – Unity – Unity Engine - World of Warcraft Trading Card Game – Gamescom – E3 – PAX West – PAX East – Tokyo Game Show – Brazil Game Show
Overwatch is a team-based multiplayer online first-person shooter video game developed and published by Blizzard Entertainment. It was released in May 2016 for Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Overwatch assigns players into two teams of six, with each player selecting from a roster of over 20 characters, known in-game as "heroes", each with a unique style of play, whose roles are divided into four general categories: Offense, Defense, Tank, and Support. Players on a team work together to secure and defend control points on a map or escort a payload across the map in a limited amount of time. Players gain cosmetic rewards that do not affect gameplay, such as character skins and victory poses, as they play the game.
The game was initially launched with casual play, with a competitive ranked mode, various 'arcade' game modes, and a player-customizable server browser subsequently included following its release. Additionally, Blizzard has developed and added new characters, maps, and game modes post-release, while stating that all Overwatch updates will remain free, with the only additional cost to players being microtransactions to earn additional cosmetic rewards.
Overwatch received universal acclaim from critics, who praised the game for its accessibility, diverse appeal of its hero characters, bright cartoonish art style, and enjoyable gameplay. Considered one of the best games released in 2016, the game received numerous accolades, including being awarded Game of the Year at The Game Awards, D.I.C.E. Awards.
A video from YouTube about the disaster that was the crash of Japan Airlines Flight 123, a Boeing 747 that had taken off from Haneda International Airport on August 12, 1985. It suffered a sudden decompression 12 minutes into the flight and crashed into two ridges of Mount Takamagahara in Ueno, Gunma Prefecture, 100 kilometres (62 miles) from Tokyo 32 minutes later. The crash site was on Osutaka Ridge (御巣鷹の尾根 Osutaka-no-One), near Mount Osutaka. Japan's Aircraft Accident Investigation Commission officially concluded that the rapid decompression was caused by a faulty repair after a tailstrike incident during a landing at Osaka Airport seven years earlier. A doubler plate on the rear bulkhead of the plane was improperly repaired, compromising the plane's airworthiness. Cabin pressurization continued to expand and contract the improperly repaired bulkhead until the day of the accident, when the faulty repair finally failed, causing the rapid decompression that ripped off a large portion of the tail and caused the loss of hydraulic controls to the entire plane. Casualties of the crash included all 15 crew members and 505 of the 509 passengers; some passengers survived the initial crash but subsequently died of their injuries hours later, mostly due to delays in the rescue operation. It remains the deadliest single-aircraft accident in aviation history, the second-deadliest Boeing 747 accident and the second-deadliest aviation accident after the 1977 Tenerife airport disaster. Right of upload is under the Fair Use doctrine of American copyright law, Title 17 United States Code Section 107
A music video I created using clips from Sailor Moon set to the song Tokyo Girl... It features most of her transformations and attacks...
Otherwise what reason could you possibly give to have Michael Jackson visiting an orphanage in Tokyo?
A simulated nuclear attack on Tokyo.
walking in the streets of tokyo with my camera on
walking in 5 story arcade in tokyo with the camera on. its a gamers paradise
Best sushi in the world. just a film of sushi on a conveyor in a little sushi bar in tokyo, watch and admire these delicious things !!!
Infused with Japanese iconography (from Hello Kitty to Godzilla), found footage, and video game soundtracks,"Tokyo CityMaps" is a fun-filled journey through this Asian city of high technology and urban over-stimulation. The video comments on Japan's techno-design culture through the use of bright colors, quick cuts, dynamic lighting effects, and 3D wireframe fonts.
Gran Turismo 4: Tokyo Drift, inspired by the final touge battle in The Fast And The Furious:3 Tokyo Drift.
Seen in Tokyo, Ebisu area. These festivals are to celebrate Autumn by carrying a mikoshi (sort of portable shrine). These events are usually organized by local shrines.