Briefly about my personal life :
I'm a student, whose main study is english. Even if English isn't my native language I have usually been influenced by it for more than 10 years; when I read mangas or watch animes, when I play video games for instance. I wish to be a translator in a video game company where I would have the luxury to translate stories of different video games when the time comes.
About Dissidia Duodecim Final Fantasy :
I always wanted to play DDFF online since 2012 when I was aware of the Dissidia Forums' community (tournaments being my main source of interest) but I couldn't play it before 2016 because I didn't have access to a PS3 and adhoc party which was mandatory at the time. So I contented myself with watching tournament videos from this community and one day I learned that people could play on PC thanks to PPSSPP along with a software called Hamachi (at the time) which allow people to play online. Since then I immediately joined the community and began to play at DDFF in January 24th, 2016. This is also the day when I participated in a tournament called "Arise" despite having few pvp experience. I have a lot of respect for those who keep the community alive and I will never thank them enough for that. It's thanks to them that people like me are able to play online. To be honest playing at DDFF online had been a dream of mine for years and I didn't really realize that this dream was fulfilled when I came here. Playing at this game in pvp mode is a mainstream thing now but I think it's important to remember that I hadn't had the privilege to play it with people for a long time so I'm quite lucky to be able to play and I'll continue to play at DDFF as much as possible simply because it's my favorite fighting game.
Here are the list of the Dissidia 012 tournaments to which I have participated :
- Year 2016 -
- ARISE : last place (9th place tie out of 16)
- Scrub City (newbies only) : 2nd (out of 16)
- The Promise Land : 4th (out of 8)
- FDFDF : 9th place tie (out of 16)
- Genesis (Major) : 17th place tie (out of 33)