The creative team at SoftBank Mobile (whom we worked with on campaigns featuring Brad Pitt, Cameron Diaz, and Justin Bieber*), has created an online video as an homage to the current Heisei Imperial Era which officially came to a close on April 30th. The creative concept is as follows:
If social media had been around in the early days of Heisei (which started in 1989), what would a Japanese YouTube star have shared with the rest of the world? With a parody of the famous Japanese graduation song, “Memory Album” (which makes people reminisce about their school days gone past), this video will show Hikaru Kaihotsu (better known by his YouTuber name “Hikakin”*) reminiscing about life and events during the Heisei era, ending with a message about looking forward to the next era.
>> The video itself is 2:30 minutes in length, and the hope is to feature Battle Dome being played by Hikakin and three of his friends for a total of roughly 3 - 5 seconds. The video was released on YouTube from April 26th.
Battle Dome (PokemonBattle Dome aka Battle Dome Jr.).
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I remember buying this game a few years ago as a Christmas gift for my son. We had so much fun playing Battle Dome! Their friends were skeptical at first but after playing one game they too were hooked. They would literally sit and wait patiently until a game was finished to take the loser's seat. BATTLE DOME ADDICTIVE FUN! and at the risk of sounding like a sponsor, GREAT FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY! I think I might buy it for my grandson for Christmas.