DJ Octavio is one tough cephalopod, and he’ll work hard to take you down. If you’re not careful, this boss battle can be a real doozy. Here’s a few tips to help you defeat the big bad of Splatoon 2.
On August 23, Ame no Parade will release their new single, “Shoes.” The song serves as the ending theme for TV Tokyo drama “Shimokitazawa Die Hard.” The band has now released the music video for the song.
The clip for “Shoes” was directed by Shimada Daisuke, who also directed Ame no Parade’s video from earlier this year, “Change your mind.” Frontman Fukunaga Kohei was also involved in the video’s production, selecting the location of Hokkaido for the shoot. Focusing on the themes of nostalgia and youth, the video was shot on film, utilizing that format’s rough image quality and zoom technique. The end result is a video which Kohei describes as the one which best captures Ame no Parade’s image.
Check it out below, along with the single’s cover!
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This week’s guests were
Kishidan – Spotlight
Chage – Tatta Ichido no Jinsei Naraba
175R – Natsu no Naboroshi
Takahashi Yu – Niji
callme – One time
BOYS AND MEN
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This week’s guests were NMB48, E-girls, Nishino Kana, BREAKERZ, Hey! Say! JUMP, and UVERworld.
NMB48 – Masaka Singapore
E-girls – Love☆Queen
Nishino Kana – Girls
BREAKERZ – Yume Monogatari
Hey! Say! JUMP – Ultra Special Medley (Mayonaka no Shadow Boy / Your Seed / Ultra Music Power）
UVERworld – DECIDED
Leo Ieiri – Zutto, Futari de
Takahashi Yu – Niji
Nogizaka46 – Nigemizu
PKCZ – PLAY THAT feat. Tosaka Hiroomi, Crystal Kay, CRAZYBOY
Hey! Say! JUMP – Request Medley
Daichi Miura – U
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Some games can be fun when played alone, but they really shine when you bring your friends into the mix. These eight games are shining examples of that.