March 1st, 2014
This interview was done at Socal Regionals 2014 after Maximillian had qualified for Top 8 in Killer Instinct.
Christopher: Chris: Hi Maximillian, Thank you for taking the time to do this interview with us. Go ahead and tell us a little bit about yourself.
Maximilian: Sure, My name is Miles Christensen, I have been developing web content for fighting games for the past three or four years professionally, but casually since 2007. Through this process have gotten a lot of opportunities to work with companies such as Capcom, Namco, and even Double Helix.
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April 8th, 2014
This interview was conducted in Houston at Texas Showdown 2014.
Christopher: Hey Robert, thanks for taking the time to do this interview with me. Go ahead and tell me a little bit about yourself.
Robert: I’m Rob “Wobbles” Wright. I played Melee for 9 years competitively before retiring and for most of my career I mained the Ice Climbers. I got into Melee because one day I was cleaning my room out and found my copy, and remembered having so much fun with it that I deleted my save-file so I could re-unlock everything. When my brother saw, he started playing with me again, and then I started googling strategies on GameFAQ’s to try and beat his Sheik (since I played Link at the time). This eventually led me to Smashboards, which led me to my local scene, and things snowballed from there.
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April 20th, 2014
This interview was conducted prior to the conclusion of Norcal Regionals 2014.
Christopher: Hello John. Go ahead and tell me a little bit about yourself.
John: My name is John Choi and I’ve been playing and participating in Street Fighter events for about 25 years, since the original SF2 World Warrior hit the arcades. I got into the Street Fighter scene with World Warrior much like a lot of people did at the time. Except people dropped out of the scene but I’ve just kept it up throughout the years. My main character of choice over the years has been Ryu.
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