Synonyms for fukkatsu or Related words with fukkatsu
Examples of "fukkatsu"
Japanese – ハリストス復活！実に復活！ (Harisutosu
! Jitsu ni
In May 2009, she continued idol activities in "
! Miniskirt Police".
Three DD Girls appear in the first musical, "Gaiden Dark Kingdom
Hen", played by Hisako Doubayashi, Yuko Nishi and Mayumi Maikuma, and in its revision, played by Yuriko Nishiyama, Kaori Ishikawa and Ai Suzuki.
Original Game Soundtrack was developed by Atsuki and released by Konami on March 5, 1999 in Japan. Many of "Gradius IV" themes appeared in the compilations "Gradius Arcade Soundtrack" (2002) and "Gradius Ultimate Collection" (2011).
Released in Japanese arcades as "Gradius IV
" (復活) being Japanese for "revival", since it was the first arcade "Gradius" game in 10 years, following 1989's "Gradius III"). IV lacked the Weapon Edit function of its predecessor, but it had a bigger array of weaponry than the original "Gradius" games. Weapons exclusive to this game included the Vertical Mine missile (which detonates in a vertical line shortly after deployment) and the Armor Piercing laser (a shorter-ranged, more powerful laser). Released on the PS2 in a compilation pack together with the arcade version of "Gradius III" ("Gradius III and IV").
"Z no Chikai" is the theme song of the "Dragon Ball Z:
no F" anime film, which Momoiro Clover Z's members also perform in by voicing "angels from hell." The lyrics to the song were written by Yukinojo Mori and inspired by the "Dragon Ball" series.
"Are You Happy?" includes three of the group's previously released singles: "Ai o Sakebe", "
Love", and "I Seek/Daylight". This album also includes nine new songs plus five of each member's solo songs. In addition to their solo songs, each of the members were in charge of an original Arashi song using the "Happy" theme.
Arashi's first single of 2016, "
Love" was released on February 24. The single was composed by Yamashita Tatsuro and the lyrics were written by Takeuchi Mariya. The single was used as the background song for NTT Docomo d hits. The single sold 485,006 copies in its first week and topped the Oricon weekly ranking.
Some games feature a 'score attack' mode, which charges the player with gathering the highest score possible. Games with a mode like this include, for example, "Rez" and "Gradius IV
". Some games do not include this mode but keep a record of the score, in which the players can choose whether they score attack the game, or continue normally.
Love" was used as the background song for the NTT DoCoMo d hits commercial. The song was composed by Yamashita Tatsuro and the lyrics were written by Takeuchi Mariya. The music video was filmed at Shinagawa Season Terrace. Actor Toma Ikuta makes a guest appearance in the music video.
Afterwards it was screened as part of a specialty festival in 1983 called "The Godzilla Resurrection Festival" ("Gojira no
"). This large festival featured ten Godzilla/kaiju films in all. ("Godzilla", "King Kong vs Godzilla", "Mothra vs Godzilla", "Ghidorah, the Three-Headed Monster", "Invasion of Astro-Monster", "Godzilla vs Mechagodzilla", "Rodan", "Mothra", "Atragon", and "King Kong Escapes").
" is a Game Boy and Game Boy Color game. The game's first two production runs were released with a limited edition Command Wolf model kit: red Imperial colors for the first run, and midnight blue and black for the second.
On 1 August 1975 the submarine was sold outright to Chile, and struck from the US Naval Register. In 1980, the "Simpson" was used extensively by director Kinji Fukasaku in the disaster film "
no hi" (titled in English as "Virus" and "Day of Resurrection"). The film features spectacular footage of "Simpson" sailing in the Antarctic.
Konami published video games based on the series. "Kaettekita Cyborg Kuro-Chan", a shoot 'em up, was released for the PlayStation on 28 November 2002. Two Game Boy Color games were also released: "Cyborg Kuro-chan: Devil
!!" on 23 March 2000, and "Cyborg Kuro-chan 2: White Woods no Gyakushū" on 19 October 2000. Official game guides were released for the Game Boy Color games.
"Arc the Lad: Kijin
" ( is a Wonderswan Color game developed by Bandai and released in 2002 in Japan. Set after the main series, this game features similar combat and gameplay to the previous installments. Elc, from "Arc the Lad II", returns as the main character as he discovers a girl sent from the past to his time because of a hostile robot takeover. Finia, the girl, Elc, and several of his friends return once again to save humanity.
The single was released in two editions: a first press/limited edition and a regular edition. The regular edition contains the B-sides "Ai no Collection", "Bang Bang", and "Are you ready now?", the instrumentals for all four tracks, and a 10-page lyrics booklet. The first press/limited edition contains the music video and making-of for "
Love", the B-side "affection" and its instrumental, and a 16-page lyrics booklet. The album jacket covers for both versions are different.
In 1980, Olmos was cast in the post-apocalyptic science fiction film (now a Japanese cult classic) "Virus" (復活の日 "
no Hi"), directed by Kinji Fukasaku and based on a novel written by Sakyo Komatsu. His role required him to play a piano while singing a Spanish ballad during the later part of the film. Although not a box office success, "Virus" was notable for being the most expensive Japanese film ever made at the time.
There are other PS2 games that also can use the PS1 Analog Joystick, but only in Digital Mode. Metal Slug Anthology, Gradius III, Gradius IV
and other games that normally use just the Gamepad and Buttons for controls. XGIII: Extreme G Racing is the only PS2 game that utilizes true Analog with the Analog Joystick. The further the stick is pushed, the more the motorcycle will lean.
Although New Space Battleship Yamato was sent to the discard pile, Nishizaki began work on a new movie titled "Yamato: Resurrection" (宇宙戦艦ヤマト 復活篇 "Uchū Senkan Yamato:
hen") (set after the original series), while Matsumoto planned a new "Yamato series". However, additional legal conflicts stalled both projects until August 2008, when Nishizaki announced plans for the release of his film on December 12, 2009.
The songwriter returned to "Dragon Ball" in 2009 when he wrote a couple songs for "Dragon Ball Kai", including "Yeah! Break! Care! Break!". For 2015's "
no F" film, he wrote lyrics inspired by the series for its theme song "Z no Chikai". That year he also wrote "Chōzetsu☆Dynamic!" by Kazuya Yoshii of The Yellow Monkey, which is the opening theme song of "Dragon Ball Super".
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