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Huh, I'll have try these out (though I'm pretty sure I've done the first one before).GG's Omar_25 . The games were fun. I wasn't really happy with how I played Link though, I can usually move around smoothly and do some cool stuff offline but ah well.
I noticed during the matches that you seem to have mastered perfect pivoting (or true pivoting?). Well there is a technique that I'm not sure if you already know about but when combined with pivoting can be really useful. Looks like this
I figured you might find this useful since you already seemed to have mastered the hard part which is pivoting. Lol, how do your fingers move so precisely? I can only pivot on the left side lol.
Hmm, I never thought of using this in Melee or PM. I mainly just this a lot in Brawl to do Melee-esque dash dances and whatnot. I'll keep that in mind though.Huh, I'll have try these out (though I'm pretty sure I've done the first one before).
I haven't really mastered Perfect pivoting, I can only do it like 70% of the time. And I think that because I've played PM/Melee for so long may be the reason that I can do these so easily. I mean, moonwalking is almost as difficult as perfect pivoting (I think) and I can do that pretty consistently. I also mainly play spacies in those games, and they require a good amount of tech skill to play.
I've heard Pivoting is near impossible in those games. The three frame buffer in Brawl and Smash 4 is what makes it actually usable.Hmm, I never thought of using this in Melee or PM. I mainly just this a lot in Brawl to do Melee-esque dash dances and whatnot. I'll keep that in mind though.