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Streets of Tokyo
We are excited to bring you some interesting street views of Tokyo, featuring the "World Order" group - Humans copying robot moves that look totally innovative, new and cool!

In most of the scenes it is really interesting to see life carrying on around them normally in full speed while World Order is in a speed and world of their own...

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