Glay To Support Runners In The 'hokkaido Marathon'

GLAY to support runners in the 'Hokkaido Marathon'

GLAY's new song "Long Run" has been picked up as the official song for 'Hokkaido Marathon 2017' scheduled to be held on August 27. 

"Long Run" is described as a rock tune with a pop melody and sense of speed. TAKURO (G), who was in charge of the song's lyrics and composition, stated, "By superimposing the marathon, which will be held under the open sky in our hometown of Hokkaido, on life, we wrote a song called 'Long Run' as a support song for many people who support the runners' struggle and solitude.

Amazon, Kumamoto Pref. Join Hands To Support Quake Recovery

Amazon, Kumamoto Pref. join hands to support quake recovery Inc.'s Japan unit and the Kumamoto prefectural government have signed an agreement aimed at boosting sales of local specialties to support recovery following strong earthquakes that devastated the prefecture and its vicinity last April.

Under the agreement, a special section was created on the online retail giant's website to introduce the southwestern Japan prefecture's goods and provide information for tourists. Amazon will also promote the discovery of new products from the area through business meetings with local companies.

Line Blackberry Support Ends This July

Line BlackBerry Support Ends This July

Popular cross-platform messaging service Line, which boasts more than 220 million users across the globe, today made an important announcement concerning those who access its service on BlackBerry handsets and other legacy platforms. The company confirmed that Line BlackBerry support is officially going to end later this year. The Line app for BlackBerry will be discontinued in July this year and will no longer be possible to create new accounts on these platforms soon.

Line confirmed via a post on its official blog today that it’s going to end support for BlackBerry, Firefox OS, and Nokia Asha on July 3rd, 2017. Moreover, it’s going to stop supporting downloads through the Windows 8 App Store.

Square Enix Promises To Fully Support The Nintendo Switch

Square Enix Promises To Fully Support The Nintendo Switch

If you're hoping to see more Square Enix titles arrive for the Nintendo Switch, it seems that this is something we can look forward to in the future. This is because in an interview with Nikkei (via Press A To Join), the company has stated that they plan to fully support the Nintendo Switch through both original titles as well as ports.

According to Square-Enix COO Yosuke Matsuda, "In addition to developing new titles, we also want to port what we can do with existing game titles more and more. Nintendo proposes various kinds of fun. There may be other companies offering amazing ways of playing with ‘Switching’ characteristics of ‘Switch’. However, since we have our way of doing things, we will make games that we are good at leveraging the functions of Switch."

Abe Signals Support For U.s. Missile Strike In Syria

Abe signals support for U.S. missile strike in Syria

TOKYO (Kyodo) -- Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Friday that Japan "supports the resolve" of the United States not to allow the proliferation or use of chemical weapons, following a U.S. missile strike on a Syrian air base from which a deadly poison attack was allegedly launched earlier this week.

"We understand that the action taken by the United States was a measure to prevent the situation from worsening further," Abe told reporters after a meeting of the National Security Council.

Sony: No Man’s Sky: Path Finder Update Brings Vehicles, Ps4 Pro Support

Sony: No Man’s Sky: Path Finder Update Brings Vehicles, PS4 Pro SupportVehicles, PS4 Pro support, and a host of visual improvements arrive in Hello Games' vision of galactic exploration.
Here at Hello Games we’re excited to be launching our next free content update for No Man’s Sky. We’re calling it the Path Finder Update. It adds planetary vehicles plus lots more to our game, and shows the path forward for the future.

Honda Boosts Support Of All-new 2017 Cr-v With Latest Hispanic Marketing Effort

Honda Boosts Support of All-New 2017 CR-V with Latest Hispanic Marketing Effort Aimed at Pet LoversHonda continues its launch activities for the all-new 2017 CR-V SUV with today's debut of an inspirational social campaign that runs from March 2-31 on Honda's social channels: @HondaLatino Twitter and Instagram as well as Facebook to drive awareness of the 2017 CR-V. The campaign incorporates the brand's belief in "The Power of Dreams," which has been a key theme throughout the CR-V's marketing launch.

Nintendo Switch Will Not Support Bluetooth Headsets

Nintendo Switch Will Not Support Bluetooth HeadsetsOne of the nifty features of the Nintendo Switch is that it will come with wireless controllers by default. Given that no one really likes cables as they can get tangled up and tripped up on, it is no surprise that quite a few gamers have turned to wireless peripherals such as controllers, keyboards, mice, and even headphones.

Sony: Here They Lie Updated With Ps4 And Ps4 Pro Support On February 21

Sony: Here They Lie Updated with PS4 and PS4 Pro Support on February 21Hello, Cory Davis here! I’ve exhumed a treasure chest full of Here They Lie news and updates from the void.
While many of you have been diving into the nightmarish rabbit-hole that is Here They Lie on PlayStation VR, we’ve continued forging ahead on future updates and additions to improve the experience. I’m excited to let you know about the goodies that are about to roll out for the PS VR version and… wait for it… the PS4 and PS4 Pro versions of Here They Lie!

Sony: Rocket League: Ps4 Pro Support Coming February 21

Sony: Rocket League: PS4 Pro Support Coming February 21Thanks to our development friends at Panic Button, Rocket League will soon officially support the PlayStation 4 Pro!
On February 21, we will release a new update that allows Rocket League to run at both 1080p (on a standard PS4) and 4K (on PS4 Pro) at 60 frames per second in all arenas for single and two-player split-screen modes. Three and four-player split-screen modes will offer 60 frames per second in most arenas at the same resolutions.