Monthly Archives: July 2021

The 1964 Olympics hailed a new Japan. There is less to applaud this time around.

TOKYO – Under bright blue skies in October 1964, Emperor Hirohito of Japan stood before a resurgent nation to declare the Tokyo Olympics open. A voice the Japanese audience first heard announcing the country’s surrender during WWII now echoed through a crowded stadium, living with impatience. Tokyo will usher in another Summer Olympics on Friday, after a year of delay ...

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Octopath Traveler Composer Yasunori Nishiki Explains How HD-2D Influenced His Music

“I think the most distinctive feature of Octopath Traveler is the amazing graphics created by HD-2D”, composer Octopath Traveler Yasunori Nishiki tell me. “I thought the graphics were a wonderful mix of nostalgia and novelty. The challenge with Octopath Traveler’s music is that just as HD-2D gave the player that feeling, the music had to do the same. HD-2D is ...

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Get a Full Body Workout with Fun, Retro Inspired Video Games – WISH-TV | Indianapolis News | Indiana weather

Get ready to stimulate your muscles and your mind, because there is a revolutionary fitness tool in town and it is ready to energize your workout! Firefighter Tim showed us how it works today and even asked Randy to try it out! Stealth is the first board platform designed to play with your heart with a huge roster of fun, ...

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Witcher mobile game makes the real world less fun

The best thing that happened to me in my two hours of walking outside squinting at my phone playing The Witcher: Monster Slayer happened in the first five minutes or so. In the quest for the opening tutorial, I investigated a monster attack that left a horse’s decapitated head on the ground. Except in my game, after turning on augmented ...

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Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games Opening Ceremony: Live Updates

We are on Friday July 23. The Olympics are about to officially start, and here’s what you need to know. It’s time to go: A year after their scheduled start date, the Tokyo 2020 Olympics (they kept the 2020 mark) are expected to begin. The Games officially kick off on Friday evening Japanese time with the opening ceremony, ending months ...

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What is a payday loan?

A payday loan is a high-cost, short-term loan for a small amount – typically $ 500 or less – that must be repaid with the borrower’s next paycheck. Payday loans only require an income and a bank account and are often granted to people who have bad or no credit. Financial experts warn against payday loans – especially if there ...

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Pixel art inspired by classic video games in a new show

Over the past decade, retro video games have become highly sought after items in the collector’s market. Whether it’s the simplicity of the graphics and gameplay or the nostalgia that most gamers have had from their childhood, fans of the medium are finding fragments of their youth as more and more retro stores cater for these. needs are emerging across ...

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14 Year Old Jewel – CBS Boston

(MARE) – Jewel is a caring girl of Caucasian descent. Jewel is very intelligent and is successful in all of her classes at school. She enjoys reading, doing puzzles and playing computer games. Jewel also enjoys staying active and being outdoors. She enjoys cycling, playing sports and doing gymnastics for fun. Jewel is also artistic and enjoys listening to music ...

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Netflix to add mobile video games as subscriber growth slows

July 20 (Reuters) – Netflix Inc (NFLX.O) has said it will dive deeper into video games as the movie and TV streaming service forecasts weak subscriber growth amid competition growing and lifting of the pandemic restrictions that had kept people at home. The company’s shares hovered around $ 531.10 on Tuesday after hours. Netflix is ​​experiencing a sharp slowdown in ...

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Olympic sponsor Toyota to remove Games-related TV ads in Japan

TOKYO (AP) – Toyota will not broadcast any Olympic-themed commercials on Japanese television during the Tokyo Games, despite being one of the IOC’s main commercial sponsors. The extraordinary decision by the country’s largest automaker underlines just how polarizing the Games have become in Japan as COVID-19 infections rise ahead of Friday’s opening ceremony. “There are many issues with these Games ...

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