Cloud No.57 Amiibo (Nintendo Wii U)
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If you find yourself at a distance, you can also use his second best LIMIT option, LIMIT Blade Beam. NOTE: Before contacting us, please make sure you have referred to our FAQ section as your question may have already been answered there! While I praised the pose in my review of the Player One Amiibo, it is disappointing that this one is the exact same thing. New: A brand-new, unused, unopened and undamaged item in original retail packaging (where packaging . I've seen a YouTube video from 'Nintendo Life', where a Black Yoshi Amiibo figure is among a bunch of other Amiibo figures!
It may sound strange since I’ve noted not to use it everywhere else in the guide, but the move itself isn’t bad on its own. If Cloud was actually wielding his sword that would have made this Amiibo stand out and look much more awesome. Box – Much like the Player Two Cloud, the color chosen for the packaging here is not my favorite and doesn’t match the character as well as other colors have in the past for Smash Bros. Forward smash is Cloud’s best move, and it’s easy to see why: it’s strong, it strikes multiple times, and it’s strong.
If the item comes direct from a manufacturer, it may be delivered in non-retail packaging, such as a plain or unprinted box or plastic bag. It doesn’t look bad or anything like that, it just doesn’t seem especially thematic (like so many of the Amiibo boxes have). I hope that by reading this guide, you can unlock the potential of Cloud and train him to be a First Class SOLDIER!Cloud has that Japanese design that all FF7 characters had and he still looks like the tough protagonist we want in a Final Fantasy game. Finance is provided by PayPal Credit (a trading name of PayPal UK Ltd, Whittaker House, Whittaker Avenue, Richmond-Upon-Thames, Surrey, United Kingdom, TW9 1EH). This move without his LIMIT has almost no knockback, but it’s one of Cloud’s best moves for building damage. Ultimateveteran training guides by talking about the character’s performance in the previous title, Super Smash Bros. Down Smash is another move you can choose to use once as a ledgetrap, since it can send the opponent back offstage.
Bottom line from a collectors point of view is these are nicely detailed items which carry the Nintendo tag. Data on this site comes from a variety of sources, including the Hex Data Sheet by N3evin and CheatFreak and /u/MacGuffen's sheet. I, of course, picked up all of the Player 2 amiibo for completion, and I think that the Cloud P2 is my favorite of the three. The one I have had the most success with has been with the Forward Smash camp, so that is what this guide will mainly be covering. While this is not an Amiibo I would keep in-box, Cloud definitely will make any shelf look awesome and bring a little FF7 attitude to your figure display!Due to my experience with Cloud and my love for Final Fantasy 7, I meticulously studied Cloud’s AI to train SEIGENを, who has become an example for the Clouds that follow. Armor Knight is also a solid choice, and it can be paired with Trade-Off Ability ↑ for an especially deadly bonus combination!
This will also get him to use his LIMIT Cross Slash some more, which is arguably one of his best moves for amiibo.If I didn’t collect all Amiibos from games I like, I probably would pass on this figure because it is so similar and was not the easiest to find at launch but having reviewed the Player Two, I have surprisingly found I do appreciate it and think it is worth your money if you’re a Final Fantasy fan. Up Tilt still works as well, but Up Smash outclasses it as an anti air for amiibo due to its killpower, damage, speed and range. So to see Nintendo make one is incredible and I almost had to pinch myself when I found a Cloud Amiibo at Target last week on release day.