Has sakurai been asked about the brawl 'learning system'? Those 2 videos don't exactly prove AI learn. I'm guessing those videos were luck.

It doesn't exist. Just an urban legend. The game's been hacked to death and no traces of the AI being able to learn are present. 12:42, May 18, 2010 (UTC)

Some of this is written in a...strange manner (overuse of the word spam, in particular), and I do not think that it is necessary to list specific examples of poor AI play. Perhaps it would be better to generalize?

I much prefer to have in-depth analysis than a simple definition, although I agree this page could use some cleanup. - Gargomon251 06:24, 29 March 2008 (UTC)


I still don't understand how you can improve yourself by playing against a laughably easy opponent, CPU or not. - Gargomon251 11:12, 19 April 2008 (UTC)

~I am not so sure about that either...but still, level 9's in Brawl do not provide good practice.

Level 5. enough said.Smorekingxg456 (talk) 14:39, 13 September 2008 (UTC)

It says why in the article... Are you gonna learn to be good from playing against opponents who's whole strategy revolves around spamming, not to mention their in-human Power Shielding skills, and the fact that they don't DI as well as LV1s which makes your combos work, when they wouldn't wor on a normal player.

Playing against a Level 1 lets you practice combos, without being interruoted every 5 seconds with a Power Shield.

I thought it was pretty obvious... Lord-Sunday (talk) 02:40, January 6, 2010 (UTC)


They have some fixed strategies?(I don't think...) They really can read your controller?(They are too easy...) They react at your inputs?(In this case,you can make them go crazy?) Or they play totally random?(I think...)

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