Ryu made his Super Smash Bros. series debut as a DLC fighter in Super Smash Bros. 4. In this game, he’s got a few unique tricks up his sleeve; his normals are split into held and tapped versions and his special moves can be executed via unique button inputs that increase their power and utility. Figure Players generally don’t make good use of their character’s gimmicks (see Bayonetta, Ken, and the Ice Climbers as examples), but Ryu is a rare exception! For more information on his metagame history, check out his wiki page. Otherwise, let’s jump right into today’s training!
Special thanks to not jordan for contributing Ryu’s training information!
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Here we go. Ken’s amiibo figure was first released on April 11, 2019. At the time of writing, it’s October 2020. There’s a reason it’s taken so long for us to push out a Ken guide: his Figure Player is bad. If you’re looking to train a powerful Ken amiibo that can use cool combos and overwhelm opponents, get that out of your head as soon as possible. We’re going to try and do that, but Ken has one of the most notoriously uncooperative AIs in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Without further ado, let’s pull out all the stops to train a decent Ken amiibo!
Thanks to TraumatizedBaconbits for contributing Ken’s training information! Be sure to check out Amiibots — a 24/7 amiibo battle stream!
Continue reading Training the strongest Ken amiibo in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate