I play mostly online during the weekdays. I go to Nagase Autobahn on Saturdays.
Question: Which brings me to, what was your most heart-breaking loss?
Otochun: There was a time when I felt a lot of pressure from another player, rather than from the match itself. I couldn’t play well and still regret it.
Question: Do you feel it’s more effective to have one main character, or learn a few characters to handle various matchups?
Otochun: I think it’s best to know and play with one character. I think it’s great to be able to master so many characters, but it’s not something to admire.
DNGR S PAPERCUT wrote: »
Japanese love character specialist that stick with their character through thick and thin. Kusumundo has been playing with Honda from SF2 all the way till Super Turbo. They love that kind of dedication.
mrdhalsim wrote: »
Awesome work guys- I know how long and laborious the process of doing that can be. Philcito and Toru, since you already have it, how about posting the Japanese version? I can help spread the word.
Negative-Zer0 wrote: »
Otochun already hates D3v, Mixah, and Sanford.
blufang wrote: »
I find it honorable to stick to one character, the one that fits you. Not picking top tiers just to win, or counterpicking cause you have a disadvantaged match up. It is very impressive when one sticks with a character through thick and thin, even from game to game and wins. It is probably much more satisfying as well.
Sadistic Masochist wrote: »
its weak to use just 1 character, and japanese suck in general for only wanting to be good in 1 thing. i like to be as good as i can in multiple things, and be as good as i can with multiple characters, which i actually was back when i still played fighters daily (i basically used almost every character from every franchise i played at the highest level, from sf2ww to ssf2, ss2, ffs to rb2 and motw, lb1 and 2 etc).
whats really retarded about japan is that when somebody is good in basketbal and in judo, he actually has to choose 1 of those sports instead of just doing both if he likes both and excells at both.
Even if you are in a tight situation, it’s important to stick to your own fighting style and not change it.
Question: Are there any other activities outside of SF2 that you are fiercely competitive against Aniken?
Otochun: Mahjong! And Jikkyo Powerful Pro Yakyu series (Konami) are other games we’re both play.
jamiejame911 wrote: »
I'd be great to follow up and ask if they can record their matches from the Saturday events. We see no footage from that area ...