how many japanese and koreans are in this forum?

Discussion in 'Junky's Jungle' started by 34, Apr 25, 2002.

  1. 34

    34 Well-Known Member

    please let me know.
     
  2. GaijinPunch

    GaijinPunch Well-Known Member

    I would assume few Japanese. There are WAAAY too many (very small) Japanese forums in their native language.
     
  3. 34

    34 Well-Known Member

    thanks for reply.
    i assume that many japanese and korean want to join this forum but they kinda hesitate to post that's because their english skills...i really want everyone join this forum and share the ideas and informations..

    do you have any good idea?
    i found out that some japanese uses translate tool in order to read thread but i want them to post thread as well
     
  4. nycat

    nycat Well-Known Member

    how many? My guess is several thousand peep, but do not attempt to post, ever. Here in NYC most Korean and Japanese players do not join in any discussions. Many good VF4 players that I talk to at arcade visit here as non-members because they are shy. One of New York's best VF4 players is Korean gentleman with excellent English skills who prefers to remain a shadow here. Private message me if ever you wish to have feed-back on any English question relating to VF discussion and I will offer ideas for your consideration. I have a rudimentary understanding of both English/American and VF. (^^)
     
  5. 34

    34 Well-Known Member

    i agree that some them of are shy and some of them dont have confidence...
     
  6. agios_katastrof

    agios_katastrof Well-Known Member

    i'm korean. but i'm just an unknown scrub, who hasn't been in the arcade scene since the SF days...
     
  7. 34

    34 Well-Known Member

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  8. 34

    34 Well-Known Member

    so what is your point?
     
  9. CreeD

    CreeD Well-Known Member

    i found out that some japanese uses translate tool in order to read thread but i want them to post thread as well

    I wonder if their translation tools work better than the ones we use to do japanese --> english? Because the tools for translating korean or japanese are too poor to really read boards. Maybe the tools for translating english ---> japanese are a bit better.
     
  10. 34

    34 Well-Known Member

    thanks for reply.
    i agree that translate tool doesnt work clearly.
    my point is just i want other japanese and koreans join this site's forum(bbs) more.


    <a target="_blank" href=http://www.famitsu.com/game/column/mkII_vir/2002/04/25/218,1019703160,4776,0,0.html>hey my name is on the famitsu.com </a>
     
  11. Bronze Parrot

    Bronze Parrot Well-Known Member

    Japanese Tekken 4 players had a centralised collection of Tekken 4 message boards at
    www.tekkenbbs.com
    but it has been down for months.

    Do Japanese VF4 players have a similar centralised message board site?
     
  12. Bronze Parrot

    Bronze Parrot Well-Known Member

    From personal experience: If you know a little Japanese and get motivated enough to write a message in the message board in a Japanese gamer's homepage, even if it's just about you got a funny number in the hit counter in its title page, write your message in ro-maji. If you write it in English, few readers will understand it and almost all readers will ignore it. Unless you're at, say, Satomix's site. With ro-maji, at least you give them a chance to figure out what you're trying to talk about.

    Heck, when I write in simple Japanese, with or without an Oosaka accent, I often get ignored as usual anyway. (_ _)

    I don't go to Korean homepages, so I don't know if Korean Netters have the same attitude or reaction towards foreigners who appear to know Korean?
     
  13. GaijinPunch

    GaijinPunch Well-Known Member

    Unfortuntaely, there's definitely no Japanese counterpart to virtuafighter.com. There are hundreds of small BBS's with very few members... usually friends. My team/clan has a BBS that we post on, and some other non-members post as well.

    Probably the BBS in japan w/ the most subscribers is Kyasao's (sorry, don't have the URL here, but if you can type Kyasao in japanese, you should be able to find it on Google.) Kyasao himself doesn't post too much, if at all.
     
  14. SummAh

    SummAh Well-Known Member

    i go to kyasao's site on a daily basis.
    Funny site too~
    Esp his 'food' experiences hehehe
     
  15. 34

    34 Well-Known Member

    i think most of japanese use <a target="_blank" href=http://jbbs.shitaraba.com/game/500/>http://jbbs.shitaraba.com/game/500/</a>.
    i wish japanese use this forum.
     

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