Super Smash Bros. 4’s amiibo metagame had a lot of problems at first. Unlike the current Super Smash Bros. Ultimate environment, there was at first no way to use Smash 4 amiibo online. They couldn’t even be used in online rooms against friends! That is, until Datel came around and released a quite revolutionary device called Amiibo Powersaves. For today’s guide, we’re going to take a look on setting up and using Amiibo Powersaves!
Though today’s guide will be targeting Amiibo Powersaves usage for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, we’ll be talking about its functions for Smash 4 as well. So if you’re having trouble setting up Powersaves or need to know how to use them, you’ve come to the right place! Let’s get started.
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“To stop what”, you might be thinking. Well, as we know, Figure Players in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate can get out of hand sometimes. Certain characters can get into the unfortunate habit of spamming a specific move, and though some of these are hard-coded (Mario’s down air, Pokémon Trainer’s down special, etc.), others aren’t. There’s also the frequent issue of FPs rolling a lot, which can be tough to solve. Sadly, there’s no easy answer to fixing an FP’s bad habit, but today we’re going to go over some common problems and what you can do to fix them.
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Pokémon Sword and Shield’s Crown Tundra DLC – in addition to bringing you to a huge land to explore – brings back a whole bunch of previously-seen Legendary Pokémon. Among these Pokémon are Regirock, Regice, and Registeel — also known as the Legendary Pokémon nobody cares about. That’s fast changing, though, because the Crown Tundra has added Regieleki and Regidrago to the mix! Today, we’re going to go over how to catch each Legendary giant. Unfortunately, you have to choose between Regieleki or Regidrago. Isn’t that lame?!
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As you (probably) very well know, we’ve got a complete archive of training guides for every single character in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. These guides are aimed at training your amiibo to fight other amiibo, though. What about those of you who want to raise powerful Figure Players to fight human opponents? Well, we’ve got you covered, too! Today we’re going to talk about tips and tricks you can employ to train a powerful Raid Boss amiibo. And if you don’t know already, the term “Raid Boss” describes an FP with Spirits that is trained to battle human players. It was originated by YouTuber Choctopus, so be sure to check out their channel if you get a moment! Otherwise, let’s get started with the guide!
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Sad. If given one word, that’s the one we’d use to describe Sheik’s Figure Player. Alongside Bayonetta, Sheik is a contender for “worst in game” due to a wide variety of reasons. Which is a shame, because Sheik was considered mid-tier in Super Smash Bros. 4’s amiibo metagame. Simply put, if you’re looking to train a Sheik amiibo, it’s going be tough. She’s going to lose a lot of games. In some of them, she’ll be KOed early due to her lack of weight. In others, she’ll take too long to KO an opponent due to her concerning lack of kill power. Sheik’s a frustrating one, but we’re going to do our best today!
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