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adorhino

So I recently bought a Nintendo Switch after playing with the Switch Lite for about half a year. Apparently, buying one Nintendo merchandise leads to buying another one and so on and so forth. I purchased the Ryu Amiibo for my Super Smash Bros Ultimate game title. I am now in level 32 after inheriting some Spirits and indulging in a few Smash games. The problem I have with my Ryu amiibo is he’s hard to control, meaning he responds poorly to my buttons/controllers. Could it be that he’s powerful already with the assorted Spirit enhancements that he moves differently and is too powerful by now? Or could it be that I haven’t trained him as much? Which of the two? Please help me as it’s a little disappointing playing with him at this point. I’d rather play with the regular Ryu against a random player with 1 level difficulty. Needless to say, I’m a big fan of Street Fighter so having the amiibo toy figure on its own without NFC capabilities, is cool to own/collect.

adorhino

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mr_somewhere

@adorhino I am not entirely sure what you mean but you can't control the Amiibo fighter, they're a cpu, if you mean you're having difficulty teaching the Amiibo stuff I can only echo your opinion, they seem a little arbitrary in that sense, the best results I have seen are when players compulsively repeat techniques with the fighter using the same character. I hope that helps explain things.

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adorhino

@mr_somewhere So you just keep making them "inherit" spirit attributes until they reach a certain high level? I'm not so sure what fun is to be had here.

adorhino

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mr_somewhere

@adorhino My advice would be (I am not sure if there is a consensus in this) is to fight 1-1 with them (using the same character) from a low level to best ensure that they copy the techniques you are trying to teach them and save giving them spirits until towards the end, but to be honest I usually don't use the spirits until around that point in order to give them a fun gimmick. It can be fun, especially if you have friends local or online that you can mess around with but it's certainly niche.

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adorhino

I read somewhere that “learning” your enemy’s style isn’t necessarily a wise choice. Some turn off this feature altogether.

adorhino

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jump

My best tips are to don’t overthink your flirting technique, just be yourself, don't come on too strong and remember to have fun most of all.

Oh, wait. Sorry, I only read the thread title and thought this was about something else. ;p

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Alright, I gotta stop getting into arguments with jump. Someone remind me next time.

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