Acer1236, post: 1407933 wrote:
Nanaichi is Seven-One. You don't need a name for that. Nana = Seven, Ichi = One.
ESN, post: 1407934 wrote:
I never see his name written other than katakana...
Henaki, post: 1407913 wrote:
um daigo is usually written as umehara in moon speak
and the names already in english really don't need to be placed on the list.
the concept of putting english names on the list is still thoughtful, so people can go "whos a good player of x character" and find "KO" and "RX"
TheShend, post: 1407931 wrote:
There's been a few new faces in the recent GVisions which is all good news ^_^
I'm about to upload the Shirube 2 Best Bout Selection 1 to 17 and there's few really good players with names I don't have. From bouts 1 to 9 there's an Oro with a single symbol which looks like 2 capital E's back to back and a white Dudley player who I 1st thought was Gong but the symbols don't quite match. I'll post the old skool vids up in the other thread later.
Cheers everyone for the new names as well, they're all getting edited in
danish, post: 1407927 wrote:
I was wondering the same thing about Umehara. I always see it written in Katakana, but isn't Daigo Japanese?
Acer1236, post: 1407935 wrote:
He was asking for the katakana name under the "names needed" list.
RUk[T] wrote: »
perhaps you're talking about inoue=???otherwise I'm not sure
ESN, post: 1407939 wrote:
Yes, and you gave correspondance with numbers, not katakana...
Capn Spanky, post: 1407945 wrote:
Quick/Scrubby question, is KO the best Yun in the World?
RUk[T] wrote: »
I wish there was more footage of boss at sbo4, I wanna see his mak, can't find them on youtube =[
Phastestpig, post: 1407954 wrote:
GhibliCat, post: 1407956 wrote:
Actually, I noticed that in SBO3, MOV was put down as ?????? (that first character I guessed on, I'm not too sure of it) as seen in this
!(_)!, post: 1407962 wrote:
I doubt Shirubito is Japanese. If you look at that user's other videos, they're mostly French players.
Biolink, post: 1407965 wrote:
As far as rankings why doesn't Nitto get as much respect as KO?From memory it seems like Nitto has won more big tournaments