How to Read Smash 4

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Written By Joyce VFM

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If you are new to the Smash 4 game, it can be very confusing to know how to read the game. This article will help you understand what you need to know about your character, Air dodges, Counters, and the various Moves you can use. This will help you become a better player and win more matches.


Smash 4 has several new characters. Fire Emblem fans will be happy to know that they can play as multiple characters from the franchise. The first game in the series, Fire Emblem: Awakening, was one of the most successful games of all time, and it paved the way for the series to continue. Aside from fighting opponents, players can also customize the avatar they use, such as the iconic Robin. The game includes both a male and a female Robin, so players can play as whichever one they wish.

Smash 4 has more than 50 playable characters. Nintendo has spent time and effort making each character balanced, but there are always going to be random counterpicks. The game’s inclusion of Duck Hunt characters caught many people off guard because they’re projectile-based fighters that have the ability to delaying shots on explosive cans and summoning Wild Gunman. Despite the shaky reputation of the Duck Hunt series, the inclusion of Duck Hunt characters is a natural fit.

A lot of people have criticized the game’s decision to remove some popular characters. But Sakurai has been upfront and candid about the cut characters. While there is currently no official news of whether or not any of these characters will be available as DLC, he hasn’t shied away from addressing the issue. He’s even been candid enough to talk about the characters’ importance in the game. In the past, the Super Smash Bros. series has been a great showcase of character-driven gameplay, and fans have been lamenting the loss of many of their favorite characters.

Although Takamaru is not an officially playable character in Smash 4, he’s definitely a contender in the game. The Japanese game’s creator, Masahiro Sakurai, had tried to squeeze Takamaru into Super Smash Bros. Melee, but eventually dismissed his idea. He was a serious contender, and Sakurai’s efforts were undeniably fruitful, but Nintendo ultimately decided he’d rather avoid a niche character and stick with one of the game’s more mainstream characters.


When learning the basic moves of Smash 4, you should be aware of the different moves available to your character. There are some moves that are useful for finishing combos, while others are useless. For example, stomp attacks are useful for finishing a combo while your opponent is distracted. However, these attacks are also easy to dodge and leave you wide open to a counterattack.

Fortunately, there are many different ways to learn how to read the moves in Smash 4. Custom moves are unique to each character, and are available by obtaining a few Custom Parts. Some characters have unlocked Custom Moves, and some are only available by completing certain modes. Some characters, like Palutena and Mii Fighters, also have their own sets of moves. Custom moves can be unlocked through amiibos or by completing certain challenges.

Air dodges

Air dodges are a useful move in Smash 4, and they have a number of advantages. These include a reduced landing lag, the ability to grab ledges, and the ability to apply recovery mixups. These features make air dodges a good move for characters with recovery special moves, although the distance they grant is rather small. Yoshi and Jigglypuff are examples of characters that can benefit from air dodges. In spite of these limitations, air dodges are still a viable tool in Smash 4.

The first two frames of an air dodge are spent catching nearby items, whereas the second frame is spent intangibly. The duration of intangibility varies for every character, but the duration of this safety is usually between ten and twenty frames. In addition, air dodges can be leveled up to add additional benefits.

In the previous games, air dodges were a viable move to use to counter incoming attacks. This move allows characters to react more quickly to an attack, and they can execute several air dodges in quick succession. They also allow characters to safely use an attack or special move out of an air dodge. In Smash 4, air dodges are particularly useful for characters that can land a Rest quickly.

Air dodges in Smash 4 are relatively easy to perform. To perform an air dodge, you simply hold down the shield button while in mid-air, then slant your joystick away from your opponent. This action is similar to that of a normal dodge, but with more power and range.


Counters are not invincible. Instead, they are a risk/reward move that can be used to punish opponents who miss. Here are some tips for learning how to read Counters in Smash 4. First of all, know how they work. The damage/knockback numbers you get from a counter are not what you expect. The damage will depend on the incoming attack, so try not to guess them too much.

In Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance, Counters were introduced. They allow a player to block very strong attacks. They are unique to the Warrior class and are available only to male units. Chrom cannot pass the skill down to his daughter Lucina, as she doesn’t have the Warrior class. Her daughter Chloe cannot pass on Counter, and she cannot use a Warrior skill to counter another character.

One example is Sora’s counter, which lets him hit an opponent directly in front of him. This knockbacks the opponent back if they get close enough. If Sora uses his counter, he can stop Wonderwing, a powerful character from the Kingdom Hearts series.

When playing in Smash, it is important to know your opponent’s weaknesses and strengths. This will give you an edge when battling. This way, you can make the most of your strengths and minimize your opponent’s weaknesses. The Counterpick system gives the winning player an advantage in a game and allows them to ban an unfavorable stage or character.

Recovery moves

Recovery moves in Smash 4 can make the difference between defeating an opponent and surviving. The recovery moves can help your character bounce back into the game stage. There are different types of recovery moves for different characters. Kirby’s recovery move is very helpful, but Ness’ recovery move is less effective. Using the directional stick, hold down while you’re near the ledge, and then release the directional stick to fall.

The best recovery moves for a character are those that are incredibly fast. Whether you’re trying to land a float or recover from a fall, there are several types of recovery moves you can use. The best one is the Fire one, as it has great speed and long vertical distance, as well as an invincibility frame. You can even cancel it with a strong kick and it can K.O. your opponent at about 70% damage. Oil Panic is also a very useful recovery move, as it can absorb enemy projectiles.

If you are unsure about which recovery moves are the best for your character, you can always try using the different combinations available. For example, you can angle your Mirror Smash to stall in the air, and you can also use the Mirror Smash to counter an opponent’s mirror move. Regardless of your character, there’s a recovery move for you in Smash 4. There are many options available for recovering from a hit, so you can find one that works for your style.

Another way to recover from a fall is to use a wall jump. This is useful in several situations, as it enables you to land on the stage while you’re recovering from a fall. While it’s useful for recovery from a fall, it’s not as effective when you’re not on a ledge. You can also try using an air dodge for horizontal recovery.

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