This began with the Hibiya Incendiary Incident (日比谷焼討事件, Hibiya Yakiuchi Jiken) - a citywide riot in Tokyo that started with a banned protest in Hibiya park; against the terms of the Portsmouth Treaty which ended the Russo-Japanese war of 1904-1905.There were also large streetcar strikes and riots in 1911 in Tokyo, and a three day riot 1914 in Nagoya, against which a large contingent of troops was required to suppress it.
Mixi’s Monster Strike has surpassed worldwide gross revenue of $7.2 billion, according to Sensor Tower’s Store Intelligence estimates.
This figure solidifies the Japanese title’s spot as the highest earning mobile app of all time on the App Store and Google Play, and puts it out in front of longtime leader Puzzles & Dragons from Gung Ho Online Entertainment, which has grossed an estimated $7 billion since its release in 2012.
In addition to this income, Monster Strike has continued accumulating downloads and growing its primarily Japanese fanbase.
Thanks to gamers there, Mixi’s top title has been downloaded more than 45 million times to date.
Our heroes must protect the Prince of the Sea, Manaphy, from the evil pirate Phantom, and return the young Pokémon to the Sea Temple with the help of the the People of the Water and Jackie the Pokémon Ranger.
A CGI remake of the very first Pokémon movie, "Mewtwo Strikes Back," this film serves as both a Nostalgia trip and a fresh introduction for new fans by retelling the story of the ultimate showdown: Mew vs. For Western readers to understand the scale of Monster Strike’s continued success, a better reference point might be the popular AR title, Pokémon GO, which has grossed just over billion to date. Despite being more than five years old, Monster Strike is still experiencing revenue growth.As we recently reported, Pokémon GO grossed almost million in September; this figure was large enough to rank No. In the same month, Monster Strike grossed approximately 2 million, or over 30 percent more than Pokémon GO. In Q3, Monster Strike revenue was up 6 percent year-over-year.A magnitude-7.0 earthquake struck southern Japan today, less than two days after a 6.2-magnitude temblor rocked the same region, triggering tsunami advisories in the area. [The 10 Biggest Earthquakes in History]For starters, Japan is located along the so-called Pacific Ring of Fire, which is the most active earthquake belt in the world.The most recent earthquake struck the Kumamoto region on Japan's Kyushu Island early Saturday (April 16) at a.m. This "ring" is actually an imaginary horseshoe-shaped zone that follows the rim of the Pacific Ocean, where many of the world's earthquakes and volcanic eruptions occur.And finally, the earthquake has to be shallow."We have quakes around Fiji all the time, but those are sometimes 400 miles [640 kilometers] underground, so they aren't going to generate a tsunami," he said.