Lucario was a top-tier threat in Super Smash Bros. 4. In that game, its Aura mechanic was stronger than ever; when paired with equipment, its attacks could reach nuclear power levels. Just one forward smash from Lucario was enough to KO an opponent. For its appearance in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Lucario was significantly nerfed, and so it’s kind of fallen off the radar. It’s still got potential, though, and that’s what we’re here to discuss today!
Rest assured, it isn’t that difficult. Before we begin, let’s address the elephant in the room: Incineroar is currently banned from the Exion amiibo metagame, and it’s unlikely this restriction will be lifted anytime soon. “So why write a guide, then?”, you might be thinking. Well, we need guides on every fighter, even if said fighter cannot be used in tournaments. If you’re looking to train an Incineroar that can beat up your friends, though, you’ve come to the right place!
Pichu was first introduced as something of a “joke character” in Super Smash Bros. Melee. For its appearance in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Pichu received a large buff to its moveset and attributes; in other words, it’s not a joke character anymore! Pichu has sent sparks flying in Ultimate’s competitive scene, but does its newfound strength carry over to our metagame? The short answer: no. Unfortunately, Pichu is perhaps the weakest Pokémon in amiibo tournaments, though Jigglypuff and Squirtle are in contention for this title as well.
Pokémon Sword and Shield are over a month old now, and players are already hard at work searching for their favorite Shiny Pokémon. Unfortunately, finding wild Shiny Pokémon is more difficult than it’s been for a long time, meaning hatching eggs can be your new go-to! If you’re looking to hatch a Shiny Pokémon of your own, look no further!
Yesterday morning, the Pokémon Sword and Shield-centric Nintendo Direct was made available to Pokémon fans around the world. A treasure trove of information was revealed regarding the upcoming titles, including its worldwide release date of November 15. The presentation also revealed new features and several brand-new Pokémon, and today, we’re going to break down each individual reveal. If you’d prefer to watch the Nintendo Direct yourself, you can do so here. Otherwise, let’s get right into it!