This version of Peach came straight out of Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS & Wii U for the competition, with her having a decent combo ability along with having great damage to back it up. She also has unique Specials and a fun play style, her A.I is pretty moderate with it being more of a challenge to beat.
Peach is a six-button character that relies on racking up damage with her many tools and options, from her vegetables, frying pans, parasols, Peach Bombers and Toads; she even has easy to use Specials and Hypers, so it doesn't require many inputs for the player using her.
Dealing as much damage as possible is Peach's most effective strategy as her damage output is pretty good combined with her Hypers. She can either stay back with turnips or approach with her scary aerials, though the turnips' damage are entirely random giving Peach a luck-based attack on whether it can be detrimental to the opponent or not. She also has strong combos she can perform. with her light punch which can combo into itself, and can be used to lead into throws for blocking opponents; she can also finish a lot of combos with her aerial parasol pullup for a 8-hit move or her aerial strong punch for good damage.
Peach has some pretty powerful hypers in which one of the better ones being the Super Peach Bomber, as it does good damage, its fast, and she's invincible during the attacking frames; another one being the Peach Blossom opening up to a lot of free hits if the player is quick enough; the last one being Peach Combat which does devastating damage but is pretty hard to land due to its lack of range.
This Peach has moderate A.I. as mentioned before as it can be challenging because of her use of Hypers, but it can be taken down by a skilled opponent; this A.I also makes great use of the Peach Bomber, using its range and power to its advantage whenever it can. It then uses its vegetables when in range of the opponent for some time, and she may also use the parasol and the frying pan at random.
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