The official OHN website is coming soon, which will contain full details concerning the tournament games, schedule of activities and online registration. In the meantime, check out the Ozhadou thread for details.
As part of our continued effort to bring you the best online web experience, Team OzHadou has upgraded the forum. There were a few driving reasons for this, but the main ones were that we were simply outgrowing what phpBB could provide. And combined with the hassle of maintaining the WordPress integration, it made sense to upgrade to a better solution that will be able to provide better long term functionality to the OzHadou members.
Please see this post for an introduction and instructions on the new forum. The main thing to keep in mind is that you will be prompted twice to confirm your password when you log in. This is a security feature we’re implementing due to the migration of all the user accounts from the old database to the new one.
If you have any comments, suggestions or any issues at all, please either post them in the new forum (reply the post above) or email email@example.com if you can’t log in.
James Kozanecki from GameSpot AU’s Club Lounge has taken the time out to interview Ziggy about Ozhadou and Zan about Couchwarriors. They shed some insight about the history of their organisations and their thoughts about the direction the Australian fighting game community is headed.
Be sure to read the interviews and support our guys by leaving some comments.
The venue and location for EVO2011 was announced overnight. At Rio Las Vegas, July 29-31.
Partnering with 8 major tournaments (OHN9 included!) from now till June, the new EVO Tournament Season will allocate ranking points based on tournament placings at these majors. There is a potential of hundreds of seeded players!
More info regarding the Tournament Season can be found here.
As seen in the Tournament Season schedule, OHN9 is scheduled for May this year. No definite date has been planned yet but keep an eye out, we will be releasing more information soon.
The last major tournaments for SSF4 in Australia, S3 and Santa Smash, are now over. ToXY (VIC) won the singles tournament for SSF4 at Santa Smash, while robsux (NSW) emerged as the SSF4 singles champion at S3.
Full results, discussion, feedback and (forthcoming) videos can be found by clicking the tournament banners below.
Mutton has written a very interesting blog post about Tokido’s first day here.
It was just really cool talking to Tokido live in the flesh. When I saw Daigo, it was a totally different experience because obviously Daigo doesn’t speak English. So to just have an unfettered conversation with the best Akuma in the world was an amazing opportunity. We tried to teach him Melbourne idioms such as “fimble” and he laughed, using his own missed uppercut against Daigo at SCR as an example.
In just a few weeks Melbourne will host Shadowloo Showdown, a tournament featuring international guests Mago, Gamerbee and Tokido! December is shaping up as tournament season, with majors in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne.
Games to be run include SSF4, BBCS, Tekken 6 and 3rd Strike. More info at Shadowloo.com, and in the forums. Great stuff to everyone at Shadowloo, this sounds like it’s going to be an amazing event.