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I need to keep practicing...

 

Am I better off forcing myself to play with harder CPU's, harder game modes, or reading guides? I don't have switch online, and even if I did I'm too noob for competitive right now


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if you are playing a character that has lots of combos and difficult timed things then you may want to read up and practice how to do those, otherwise going against hard CPUs is the best practice other than going up against actual people


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3 hours ago, Breloomancer said:

kirby has always been low on the tear lists iirc

 

Kirby's always been low or bottom tier (though idk about Smash 64), but in the past being one of the lowest tiers in the game meant the character was unplayable. There are no more unplayable characters in Smash Ultimate, which is great

 

Practicing on CPUs is only good depending on your skill level. Obviously for learning the game it's what you should do, but if you want to get good at fighting other players and have a fair bit of experience, CPUs are usually bad to fight because the ways you beat them aren't the ways you beat human players. They can still be okay for getting to know your character's moves and movement and stuff, but not for strategy on how to actually beat humans. Always play online if you can, in that scenario (but not if you're new to the franchise, you'll get destroyed lol)


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yeah, that's basically what I said. CPUs for practice against yourself, online for practice against others. The way GSP works, you SHOULD eventually land in an area where people are just challenging enough, but not totally one-sided matches (SHOULD, but you'll probably still run into a lot of people too good for you lol)


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