The video goes looks at some things of the game that could use looking at by Nintendo, such as trolls in online doubles and Little Mac's uselessness outside of close range on the ground. It's interesting. [spoiler]Pichu needs to be nerfed into the ground[/spoiler] Edit: I’m not responding to this thread anymore. I’m just getting into the same argument over and over again and I’m sick of it
I’ve played every Smash Bros. consistently since the very first game in 1999. You just need to practice more. Also realize that others have the right combination of talent, time, regimen etc to devote to getting good. In essence, there are always going to be people better than you. Gauging whether or not something is broken based on your own biased experience or by seeing a few videos of it is not rational, and perhaps even shortsighted. Case in point: the clips in this video are done within an ideal vacuum. Against CPUs in training mode, low-skilled players... The only people who can perform these combos, may I remind you, are those who [b][u]put in the time to practice[/u][/b] these combos to perfection. You complaining about the skill of others is like a street fighter complaining against martial artists who can kill or paralyze you with their knowledge of pressure points. You and the rest of the culture that rely upon constant patches have grown to be quite entitled and toxic as opposed to being adaptive and humble. I don’t even main Pichu or peach etc but when I die or lose to great combos, b[i]i[/i]tching about it helps no one. I just appreciate and adapt. If I still can’t overcome, then BFG, not a problem. They obviously have more dedication than I do, and that’s perfectly fine. But unlike people like you, I’m not going to advocate for punishing their skill.