I was playing yesterday vs. Pit on the Fire Emblem stage for 3DS (the Arena) and I had it so it was the normal stage. Pit was on one of the top platforms and just randomly Dash Danced (or something really close to it) back and forth for about a second. I've been trying to re-create this scenario, but I'm wondering if anything similar has happened to anyone else. I can't even get my inputs on the analog stick to make Pit do that when I play as him, so I assume the A.I. just flipped out.
Found this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kecY8c8xCLM
Weeeel, that answers that question.
All it is is the CPU playing at a level that 80% of smash players aren't at.
(including me lol)
Fortunately, the CPU doesn't watch youtube to learn combos.
hahahah, true that. they can perfect shield, dodge and read everything but they have little follow ups (sometimes i get some throw combos on me though). But they have some ridiculous stupid decisions. I was playing a match against falco with roy and he kept Dairing me while i was standing and i just had to Up B him with my super armor and i did this like 5 or 6 times before he realized and tried to get away, in which i got him 1 or 2 more times. They can be so stupid sometimes.
The problem with the AI is that it doesn't understand how to go on the offense safely.
They don't have any concept of unsafe attacks and will repeatedly attack your shield and get punished for it. Though they're at least smart enough to grab you if you sit in your shield for a prolonged period of time.
I can attest to this. No matter what team they're on the AI always go after me. The thing is that they're pretty predictable most of the time, especially in the air.
It always gets me when i see them have frame perfect co-ordination to stop what ever a group on the otherside is doing to specifically hit me as i'm flying through the air after being hit by the other guy
I find they have the strangest co-ordination when there's multiple AI's, but when it's one-on-one they're completely idiotic. Watching a CPU vs CPU match is like watching two Chimpanzees flailing around at each other.
Best description I've ever heard of this game's AI is that it plays like an idiot in who sees the world in slowmo.
It makes me wonder if the development team continue to update the AI after release. I could see them taking data from For Glory matches to see strategies that players come up with. I certainly don't think Ness AI was doing DThrow -> Fair -> Fair when the game was first released.
Hey, let's discuss a hypothetical moveset for Roy--- OH WAIT he is actually in the game, twice, unlike Sceptile.
All joking aside though, please don't post hypothetical movesets for characters who have no chance. If DLC is leaked and you guys want to discuss movesets for characters who are basically confirmed, go for it, but please don't do it unless there is evidence to suggest they'll be in the game.
And yes, I will be adding this to the first post.
Look, the ballot isn't closed yet, so you should put that rule into effect after it closes and Nintendo announces the results. At this point of time, nobody really knows who is the lead with the most votes. Only Nintendo and the Smash team know. So, please, don't make rushed movements based on rushed predictions. I for one don't believe K. Rool is the lead. Why? Because not every Smash player is a member in a forum or Smashboards to know what he/she voted.
Right now, every user has every right to speculate on the moveset of a hypothetically possible newcomer, no matter who that is, and that's only fair. So please, remove that rule from effect for now.
Who says that characters like Sceptile don't have a chance? Heck, with what Sakurai has showed us over the years, and with the ballot still active, anything can happen. And this post isn't written by a Sceptile supporter, just generally speaking.