If you equip multiple spirits that start you with an equipped item, then (if battling in a multi-stock battle format) you start each stock with each item in sequence.I wonder why there are multiple support spirits with the same effect, especially those that cost at least two slots since its impossible to equip more than one in those cases like Zap Floor Immunity. Or its pointless to equip multiple spirits that have the same effect like starting with an equipped item.
There's not much you can do short of taking it apart. The rubber seal at the bottom of the stick isn't perfect so small dust particles can accumulate inside of it over time, hampering its movement. (And if you've searched around you've probably seen demonstrations of it.)Hey guys, my friend's left joy con has some trouble. There are times when the cursor moves upwards by itself and the game has difficulty picking up inputs that require pushing the control stick down like using a neutral special when trying to use a down special. They went to Settings to calibrate the control stick but at best it only works temporary. I also looked online and apparently this has been a common problem.
Sincerely, I would take it with a grain of salt, since this reminds of the time WayForward wanted Shantae to be in Smash to the point of even making a series icon, palette swaps and if I recall correctly, a stage. Sadly for them, we got Bayonetta instead.So I guess this speculation was going around since last year but was brought up again, so take this with a grain of salt obviously.
People have been speculating that Travis Touchdown, from No More Heroes, has supposedly been "teased" as a DLC fighter and they're going by a Tweet. Here is the article I've read on it.
For those that don't want to read it the TL;DR is Suda51 the creator of NMH had a meeting with Sakurai and expressed his wish of wanting to see the protagonist of NMH in Smash, though ultimately it's up to Sakurai and the "media people". The Tweet they're talking about:
Thoughts? To be completely honest, I forgot about this game lol. I've only played the first game and I never really enjoyed it that much personally. If Travis actually does make it in cool I guess, I won't be overly opposed to it but I wouldn't exactly be excited either pretty much. Though I don't personally believe he'll be in, lot's of game creators have expressed their wish to see their game's characters in, and one meeting up with Sakurai doesn't automatically mean that it'll happen lol.
Yeah this is a pretty common problem and calibrating in the settings only does so much before it does it again. It's pretty much like what Stratelier said, taking it apart and cleaning out the probable dust that has gathered and causing cursor problems, you can also get it repaired through the Nintendo Support Forums. They'll most likely give your friend trouble shooting options first and if it doesn't work they can help set up a repair. Or your friend can get new joy con controllers if they don't want to go through all of that.Hey guys, my friend's left joy con has some trouble. There are times when the cursor moves upwards by itself and the game has difficulty picking up inputs that require pushing the control stick down like using a neutral special when trying to use a down special. They went to Settings to calibrate the control stick but at best it only works temporary. I also looked online and apparently this has been a common problem.
That's what it reminded me of too lol. But yeah NMH is a kind of weird hack-n-slash game, and I don't personally see any character from it making it in right now at least. A recent new installment in the series just came out on the Switch called Travis Strikes Again, so it could be why this rumor is popping up again and they're just adding in Suda51's meeting with Sakurai as possible "evidence" for Travis to make it in, though why he was meeting Sakurai I'm not sure either.Sincerely, I would take it with a grain of salt, since this reminds of the time WayForward wanted Shantae to be in Smash to the point of even making a series icon, palette swaps and if I recall correctly, a stage. Sadly for them, we got Bayonetta instead.
On the other hand, I don't know much about No More Heroes, aside from it being frickin' insane like everything else Suda51 does. The fact he met with Sakurai sounds suspicious, so I'm kinda confused here.
Also, nice to know where the Detective Masuda's pics came from.
This step by step article talks about how to take it apart and clean it, it's best to do this if your friend is comfortable enough to take apart their joy con. It does also require patience since sometimes unscrewing the back of the controller can be difficult as well as the process.Thanks on their behalf.
So how would you open it up to clean it (I know a tiny screwdriver is needed)?
For gyro aiming in some games. So if you've played Splatoon 2, Zelda BotW, and/or Mario Odyssey they have those controls in them.What exactly is the gyroscope for?
If they send it to Nintendo for repair how much would it cost (I assume its free because it was their own design flaw rather than players getting rough or natural wear an tear), what if it gets damaged on the way back or glitches in the future again?
Wire controllers might be a good idea, but how do we know they won't have the same trouble? Sidenote, I've occasionally had similar problems with my own original gamecube controllers.
Thank for the replies guys.