Little Mac is rather notorious within the community; in the previous title, he was the only character who was fully banned from competitive play. In the late Smash 4 amiibo metagame, he was allowed back in under heavy restrictions. Although Little Mac has been buffed in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, he is not the powerful force he used to be.
Young Link returns to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate after being absent for over fifteen years! He may be the weakest The Legend of Zelda protagonist in Ultimate due to a particularly troubling AI flaw, but Young Link still has much unseen potential and can even take on top-tier characters.
The two biggest amiibo tournaments to date have concluded, and there’s a decent bit to talk about from what we saw. Without wasting time on fluff, let’s jump straight in!Continue reading Clash of Chumps 3 Summary
In Smash 4, Lucas was considered inferior to Ness; his kit simply was not as well-suited to competitive amiibo matches. In Ultimate, the tables have turned: not only is Lucas stronger than Ness, he’s also one of the strongest characters in the entire game thanks to the introduction of off-stage play.
Welcome to an opinion piece friends! I’m going to share my thoughts on some amiibo that I believe to be notably stronger than their statistics show, either due to not having a proper training method discovered or just under-representation. I don’t expect any of these amiibo to be S tier, but I also love being proven wrong about topics such as these. So, let’s get into it.Continue reading Growing the Meta – Potential Sleeper Amiibo (Opinion)