All I know is that he uses Tilt for the C-Stick and has Stick Jump Off.
Tilt sticks are better for aerial swing. That used to be the case in S4, where Smash Stick would cause you to lose momentum with aerial shots. In Ultimate this has been fixed, both keep the air swing so honestly it’s just a preference now.
Light does not use a tilt stick : r/smashbros.
The C-Stick is the “yellow stick” on the right side of the Gamecube controller. In Super Smash Bros. Melee versus mode, it can be used to perform all standing smash attacks or hover air attacks.
Nintendo 64 Controller
So if you’re looking for a true, classic Smash experience while playing Smash Bros. Ultimate, the Nintendo 64 Controller is the only way to go.< /p>
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Your optimal stick sensitivity depends primarily on whether you set your C-Stick / Right Analog to Smash or Tilt input. You should adjust the stick sensitivity so that the opposite class of attacks can be more easily performed with the Left Analog Stick + Attack Button.
The C-Stick allows the player to move through the air in one direction, but perform their air attack in a different direction. For example, a player could move to the right, but their attack could be entered so that their hitboxes are on the left.
Tilt Attack (aka Strong Attack or just Tilt) is a ground attack performed by slightly pressing and holding or “tilting” the joystick in one direction and pressing the A button, but not the smashing of the stick like in a smash attack. They usually have good range but less recoil than a Smash.
A Tilt Attack (強攻撃, Strong Attack) (officially Pre-Ultimate Strong Attack, referred to as Power Attack in SSB’s How to Play video), or simply referred to as Tilt, is a ground attack performed by using the Slightly press and hold the joystick or directional pad in one direction, or “tilt” and press the attack button, …
Forward lean, also known as “side lean” or “strong side” (commonly abbreviated as “F lean”), is a powerful attack performed by any character by holding the joystick forward press A on the floor.
To run simply push the left analog all the way left or right. You can stop instantly by releasing the stick, or sling and turn the other way.
On GameCube, Wii U Pro, and Classic controllers, the Z button is used to grab enemies, and holding it past the grip shields the character. In Super Smash Bros. Melee it is also used to grab objects in the air. On the Switch Pro, Nunchuk, and Nintendo 64 controllers, the Z button is used for shielding.
The right stick not only provides camera control in third-person games, but is almost essential for most modern first-person shooters like Halo, where it controls the player’s gaze and aiming in As opposed to the left stick, which controls where the player moves.
Shieldlesscap said: Pro is definitely legal.