These seven 'Super Smash Bros. Ultimate' tips will help you dominate your friends like a pro
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- "Super Smash Bros. Ultimate" is out now for the Nintendo Switch and players are already starting to get competitive with the new game.
- Up to eight players can fight each other in Smash at the same time, leading to plenty of mayhem on the battlefield.
- While players who have played Smash in the past will have no problem picking up "Ultimate," there are a few tricks that set veterans apart from casual players.
"Super Smash Bros." has provided fierce a fierce video game battleground since the first game in the series was released on the Nintendo 64 in 1999. With "Super Smash Bros. Ultimate" now out for Nintendo Switch, the fight continues with multiplayer matches breaking out across offices, dorm rooms, and house parties everywhere.
While "Ultimate" is the biggest Smash game ever, the rules are the same: players fight to knock each other off the stage using their favorite video game characters. Those who have played the previous games should feel right at home when they pick up "Ultimate;" every character from the previous games has returned and dedicated tournament players have already begun developing advanced techniques for their favorite characters.
Not everyone is ready to become a professional Smasher, but it can't hurt to have a few tricks to beat casual players right? Here are some essential tips to help you dominate your friends in "Super Smash Bros. Ultimate."
Figure out a comfortable control scheme (seriously though).
Learn how to use items to your advantage.
Remember all of your options for getting back to the stage.
Don't be predictable when you're stuck on the ledge.
Use moves that spike your opponent to guard the stage and guarantee knockouts.
Perfect shielding lets you shrug off strong attacks and move faster after blocking.
Break your fall by using the 'Shield' button before you hit the walls and floor.
Every character matchup is different, so choose your battles wisely.
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