Smash Box — SSBU


SSBU - B-Reverse and Wavebounce with C-Stick


B-Reverse and Wavebounce provide great movement mixup options in Ultimate, and can be pivotal to some characters. What's interesting is that the C-Stick input overrides your Analog input for an instant. Because of this you can get a 'back' input while holding 'forward' with analog, allowing you to B-Reverse and Wavebounce with...

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SSBU on Smash Box - Default Profile


Designed with the Smash World Tour ruleset in mind, this profile provides many intricacies for Ultimate. Below are brief descriptions on the main aspects of the profile. Download Designer Recovery Angles Recovery angles in action! We've revamped the way we do angles, so now there are 48 total recovery angles you can access with...

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SSBU on Smash Box - Getting Started


The Smash Box is the best alternative to any common Smash Bros. controller or fight stick for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. In order to help you take advantage of the precision of this arcade controller, we have compiled this post to go over the basics of the Smash Box and...

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SSBU - Tilt Neutral B


Using our Tilt buttons, you can be holding left or right and still get a neutral B. This allows for precise control of your turn around B in the air (no more accidental side-Bs!), as well as perfect positioning with your grounded B. Both X1 and Tilt 2 are capable of this,...

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SSBU - Recovery Angles


Dustin going over the main modifiers for recoveries. In modifier mode, you have access to four analog modifiers with what where the Dpad buttons. We use these modifiers to directly affect the X and Y-Axis. With X1 we get the strongest modification of the X-Axis, giving us a slow walk,...

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