Welcome to the Falco training guide for Smash Ultimate! Falco is an amiibo I saw potential for right off the bat, but couldn’t get the pieces to fall into place. With help from Nozomu, who currently has the best Falco in the metagame, it’s time to finally get a guide together for him!Continue reading Amiibo Training Guide: Falco (SSBU)
Welcome to the Little Mac training guide for Smash Ultimate! The powerhouse returns, and while he’s not as overpowered as he was in 4, those fists still pack a punch and that means you can’t ever count him out!Continue reading Amiibo Training Guide: Little Mac (SSBU)
In Super Smash Bros. 4, Kirby’s amiibo was rather average. Although Kirby possessed a powerful moveset with high utility, he was held back by short range and several AI flaws. In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, amiibo AI was completely revamped. Fortunately for Kirby, this AI update corrected the flaws he suffered from in the previous title. He still isn’t perfect, but he’s been given a fresh coat of paint that makes him well worth training.
The transition from Super Smash Bros. 4 to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate changed a lot. Several top-tier characters in the previous title were nerfed, and as a result their tier placement in Ultimate is lower. Mii Gunner, however, is exactly the opposite: in Smash 4, she was below-average at best and low-tier at worst; in Ultimate, she is considered one of (if not the) best characters in the game and has taken the championship titles of many tournaments.
Welcome to the Young Link training guide! With the imminent release of his Smash amiibo figure (and the fact that I’ve finally managed to pull off a tournament win with it), I thought it would be a good time to write this up. Let’s get to it!Continue reading Amiibo Training Guide: Young Link (SSBU)