Kemonomichi II Player Analysis – Handling Losses

Kemonomichi II Player Analysis – Handling Losses
Date Published: 14 March, 2018

Taking a look at how losses are handled from two very different players with not much in common but being handed defeat at Kemonomichi II.

I give my intake on what it must mean to Tanukana losing such a close back and forth long set and the significance of the mirror match in fighting games.

I also try and theorize what it must meant for Tokido to fall short to his long time rival Daigo, and why this felt so much more personal to him, than any other win or loss he’s experienced prior.

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