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Entries in nobi (37)

Saturday
May272017

Japanese Players Yuu, Nobi & Take Share Their Tekken 7 Tier Lists

Yuu, Nobi & Take of Mushin Tekken are back with Volume #2 of their Tekken Attack YouTube show. This volume discusses their thoughts on the game balance and character ranking so they do discuss which characters in the game do better than others. They took turns creating the character lists in the background but then later pool their thoughts together to come up with their placings for the tier list. The Tier Lists listed here are for arcade Tekken 7 Fated Retribution and is current as of May 2017. That being said, the console version of Tekken 7 does differ from arcade T7FR balancing wise so there's that to factor in going into the console release. For now, check out Yuu, Nobi & Take's thoughts on a tier list.

Yuu & Nobi ≫ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCICMbIe_1gc_F0y9Bt9QuZw

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Wednesday
May172017

First Volume of Tekken Attack features Mushin Tekken Matches from Namco Sugamo

Japanese Tekken playing pros; Yuu, Nobi & Take banded together to form "Mushin Tekken" (formerly No Respect) and they're starting to create Tekken content again while they're all sponsored by Yamasa. Their recent foray results in new 'TEKKEN ATTACK' show with the first episode including the three players heading into Namco Sugamo to match up with the staff that works over there in some friendly Tekken 7 Fated Retribution matches. The video is presented in an live show / interview format but the matches can be watched part ways through to see some good Japanese Tekken matches. For more other Yuu / Nobi / Take related video content, you can check out their YouTube channel over here:

Yuu & Nobi ≫ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCICMbIe_1gc_F0y9Bt9QuZw

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Thursday
Feb092017

IGN Video Interview with Japanese Pro Tekken Player Nobi

Famed Tekken Instructor Nobi recently got interviewed by the IGN crew during their visit to the Namco Sugamo arcade in Tokyo, Japan. The video interview to come from this gives us a more close and personal look as to how Nobi got into the Tekken series and how he managed to eventually turn it into a career by getting employed by the arcade to teach players the ropes in Tekken. Nowadays Nobi can still be found giving new players Tekken lectures alongside his fellow Yamasa sponsored Tekken players; Yuu and Take. You can catch Nobi streaming various games with Yuu over on their gaming Twitch channel.

IGN Video interview ≫ http://www.ign.com/videos/2017/02/10/how-one-man-turned-a-tekken-obsession-into-a-career

Nobi's Twitter ≫ https://twitter.com/daichinobi

Yuu & Nobi's Twitch Channel ≫ https://www.twitch.tv/yuunobi_gaminglive

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Wednesday
Sep282016

Kelot Cup 2 - 3on3 Japanese T7FR Tournament YouTube Archives

Kelot Cup 2 was a Japanese 3on3 Tekken 7 FR tournament organised by MASTERCUP and Game Newton that took place on September 17 at the Amusement Parlor Okayama arcade in Japan's west. The tournament was sponsored by Yamasa who creates the Tekken pachislot machines and they had their sponsored Tekken players Yuu & Nobi travel down and be the hosts for the event. Since this was relatively recent, the tournament was using the current up to date version of the game with Master Raven. Although the stream for the event has already been carried out, the YouTube archives for the tournament has now been uploaded to Yuu & Nobi's YouTube account for anyone that missed out on watching it. You can catch their archives over here:

Yuu & Nobi Channel ≫ https://www.youtube.com/c/YuuNobi

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Sunday
Jul312016

T7FR 7/31 - Nobi (Dragunov) VS Buts (Hwoarang) Deathmatch

Two Japanese Tekken playing beasts going at it. Nobi is no stranger to anyone here but Buts has been putting in the work for Tekken 7 putting himself up there as probably Japan's best Hwoarang player. He does a really good job of making Hwoarang look good in T7FR against Nobi. The deathmatch between them spans around an hour and a half and you can catch it all on Shudy's channel.

Shudy (Namco Sugamo) ≫ https://www.youtube.com/user/Shudy7me

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