Thursday, July 28, 2005

Super Smash Bros. Melee Techniques

Wave Dashing

Wave dashing is probably one of the hardest techniques in SSBM to perform. But its effects pay off like no ones bussiness.

As you probably know, you can hold down the "L" or "R" triggers to pull up a shield, and then press left or right on the joystick to roll in that direction as an evasive attack. Wave dashing is when you jump, and immediatly do a diagnal (downwards) arial dodge. It makes your character slide along the floor for a short distance, and it is an evasive attack, so while you are sliding, Enemies cant attack you! and, once you finish sliding, you can immediatly execute a counter attack, or even pull up your shield for immediate protection!

It's very effective with characters such as Yoshi and Samus, whos rolling dodges are K-Rap. (THEY SUCK) but, this move doesnt come to those with slow fingers! you have to pull it off almost immediatly. some characters have a few exceptions. say, Mario, who jumps almost the second you press 'jump' you can wave dash immediatly, but with a character like Bowser, who sort-of crouches down first, must wait a split second before executing the rest of the move.

Good Luck Soldier! and Check out forums.nintendo.com for more information on Wave Dashing.

--
The Evil Ryan Von Levingston

4 Comments:

Blogger BusterBot858 said...

That's cool. Almost makes me want to own Super Smash Bros. Melee.

Wednesday, August 03, 2005 3:37:00 PM PST  
Blogger Mr. Levingston said...

wha wha WHAAAAA? you dont own it?! how can you not own one of the greatest games on the nintendo gamecube! its warented at least 3 sequals! (unlike mario party...where a new one comes out every 6 months)

Thursday, August 04, 2005 12:18:00 PM PST  
Blogger BusterBot858 said...

Nah, don't have that much dough for video games anymore... I'm effectively losing my job in a few weeks anyway (my driver is going to college).

Thursday, August 04, 2005 2:54:00 PM PST  
Blogger Mr. Levingston said...

well ssbm is a playa choice...only 20$ now

Friday, August 05, 2005 2:09:00 PM PST  

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