On August of 2015, Philippine cinemas will be showing a grim film. A world where gigantic Titans terrorize humans and the latter are forced to struggle for survival amidst a cage of walls.
The following are other ships that technically did not sink in Philippine territorial waters. However, with the Philippines acquiring Benham Plateau, they are highly likely to be included in Philippine jurisdiction in the future. They are nonetheless covered in an Exclusive Economic Zone area and current international jurisdiction limits, to which the Philippines asserts rights.
It seems Bandai Namco Games Project Manager Katsuhiro Harada has been enduring the barrage of Xana Dalisay spam longer than anyone thought. And when given the opportunity to blow some steam and curse a particular character, object or person, who did Harada call out? Yep, you guessed it, the Xana Dalisay spammer(s).
Here’s a list of those ship girls that sunk primarily in waters considered to be well within Philippine territory.
Missed out on the drama between Xana Dalisay, promoted by a lone Trinidad and Tobagan fan, and the controversial addition to Tekken 7, Josie Rizal? Here’s a list as to why Xana Dalisay is practically an eyesore to Tekken communities.
As promised by Katsuhiro Harada and Bandai Namco Games, Josie Rizal rolls out to the arcades this April 21.
The official website in Japanese says so; it’s all systems go for Josie!
Philippine President Benigno Aquino, Japanese ambassador Kazuhide Ishikawa and US ambassador Philip Goldberg converged at the site, vowing to work closer together on the anniversary of the “Fall of Bataan” — marking the surrender of US and Philippine forces to Japanese invaders in 1942.
CAN’T MOVE ON? – Never-heard-of minority group insists a never-heard-of character in Tekken 7 instead of Josie Rizal
Allow us to fill you in about the situation and as to why Xana Dalisay, the girl insisted by a bunch of nobodies to replace Josie Rizal in Tekken 7, has been universally panned as fancruft even by her creator.
The infamous Gundam knockoff in Jed’s Island Resort in landlocked Calumpit, Bulacan province, has been turned into a 3D model for general use.