Bushido Impact was a French association hosting video games tournaments around Paris, active from 2006 to 2011. Their events were named the same way, and were called Nibaï when lasting 2 days.
They announced a Melee tournament as well during the 7th event, but due to the lack of players who were attending, it was cancelled. However, they restarted Melee after the Nibaï 2 event, helped by Slhoka.
In 2011, Bushido ceased activity without giving any notice.
Notable association members
While Achoral hosted most of the Brawl and BlazBlue events, he never officialy joined Bushido Impact.
Brawl tournament results (singles)
Convention tournaments are not included.
The 8th Impact was the most attended Bushido Impact event, and the most attended French Brawl tournament behind the 9th impact. It marked the tournament debut of Glutonny, who 3-stocked Leon twice; during pools and during the winner finale.
Nibaï Impact was the first of the Bushido Impact series to last more than one day. It was also the first French Brawl tournament to feature a low tier event. This allowed only characters from the E, F and G ranks of the second Brawl tier list.
Due to the amount of players who asked for it, stages rules were modified. Yoshi's Island (SSBB) was made into a counterpick, and Brinstar, Luigi's Mansion, Norfair, Rainbow Cruise and Jungle Japes were added to the list of counterpicks. The players asked for the time limit to be set to 8 minutes instead of 6 and for the doubles to be played in double elimination too, but the staff refused.
Epita Smash Arena 3 took place on the same days, which led to a smaller turnout.
Nibaï Impact II
81 people attended on Saturday, while 33 players attended on Sunday.
14 people attended on Saturday, and 13 people attended on Sunday.
117 people attended.
38 people attended.
Nibaï Impact III
Nibaï Impact IV
See Bushido Brawl Impact.