It’s the holiday season, and from December 15th until the beginning of January, players can obtain festive DIY recipes in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Unfortunately, actually obtaining these recipes is a bit troublesome, as it’s almost completely reliant on luck. You’ll have to do a lot of balloon popping and even more idling, so make sure you have a slingshot at the ready! Continue reading Animal Crossing: New Horizons – Festive DIY Guide
In the recent “Mr. Sakurai Presents” video update, the newest DLC fighter Sephiroth was confirmed to be releasing worldwide on December 22. Interestingly, though, players are actually able to obtain the character several days early by completing the limited-time only “Sephiroth Challenge”. You can access the Sephiroth Challenge from Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’s title screen until December 22. For today’s (rather short) post, we’re going to talk about some easy ways to beat the Sephiroth Challenge on the hardest difficulty!
Of course, if you’re reading this post on or after December 22, 2020, this won’t be of much use to you because the challenge will no longer be available! But we’ll keep this post up to preserve history or something like that.
Winter is finally here in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, and that means it’s time to play the game for hours and hours in a feeble attempt to get all the new DIY recipes before the turn of the next season! From December 11 until the end of February (June 11 to the end of August, if you’re in the Southern hemisphere) we’re hunting snowflakes. They’re common spawns, so if you see one floating around, pull out your bug net and catch as many as you can. You’ll need to gather a whole bunch of snowflakes to create furniture from the newly-introduced frozen series.
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.
“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.