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Which country produces the best players so far?
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if you guys have heard World Cyber Games, World E-sports Games, Tougeki and other major game tournaments out there, they are the ones who are responsible for the major international tournament games, i.e. Counter-Strike, Warcraft, Starcraft, Tekken 5, etc. etc. and of course, this is where the best meets the best...

however, there are countries who produces the best player and I say Korea and Japan produces the best players so far, because Korea holds the top records of players from PC to Arcade Games, Hacker.PK from Korea became the Champion on a certain WCG. meanwhile, Qudans, Zekusu, Shou and others are all Korean and Japanese players who dominates Tekken Game in Tougeki, mind if you share your opinions on me? which country is your best bet?

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...U.S?.....xD
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Korean gamers are hardcore, it's scary Some it's like all they do, so no wonder they're so good at it
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I think it's just on the individual who plays the most. Lol, but I have heard that Koreans holds the record so I'll go with Korea.
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Asia especially the koreans and japanese
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Posted 2/27/08
dude.. koreans.... you can't beat them at starcraft.. they are BEASTS
Posted 2/27/08
Koreans produce the best strategy and RPG players...but as for shooters...you cant beat the US players.....the way some people in the US play FPS's is godly....like Fatal1ty or Walshy....insane....charge 4 people at once and win....
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japan the best i guess
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japanese and americans... japanese seems to be very good in games... while americans are good because they played the whole day long and trained thrmselves almost everyday... that's what I think...
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Posted 2/27/08
i dont know, maybe the japanese, theyre awesome at games
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Posted 2/27/08
Koreans are superb in rpgs and strategy).
Usa is superb in fps (notice the difference in intelligence level).
Side-info: the best super smash player is an american but I don't know if they dominate the nintendo series.
Posted 2/27/08

Ghost_HQ wrote:

japanese and americans... japanese seems to be very good in games... while americans are good because they played the whole day long and trained thrmselves almost everyday... that's what I think...


actually everyone plays the whole day long....there has been a case where a korean has died from playing games continously for 3 days....but natural skill is an important factor...not all japanese or americans are very good in games, only a small percentage of them are good...but the good ones are REALLY good
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Koreans and americans
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the british and japanese
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well tons from jap on DDR its still yasu on SF3 still daigo i think on tekken tag used to be ryan heart from UK dont know who is the world champion now on T5, on world of warcraft best PVP arena team is from europe as well i think name of the team is millenium or sumat like that i think they are on the french server. on PVE best guild is not from asia or ameria its from europe as well its Nihilum on magtheridon EU. tbh i think the only american top gamer is fatal1ty.
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