Super Smash Bros Ultimate, like the previous two Smash releases, will be fully compatible with amiibo figures. If you’ve been slow to collect them, there’s a way to catch up…if you can manage it. Turns out the Japanese version of the game will have a special edition containing 63 amiibo inside. That isn’t every compatible amiibo, but it’s close.
For those of you wondering if there would be Smash Bros Ultimate amiibo, the answer is “yes.” Nintendo’s Japanese website confirmed that new amiibo would be out upon the release of the game. Nintendo had confirmed previously that amiibo would still be a part of Smash Bros Ultimate and that all previous amiibo would work with the Switch game.
You might think that the Amiibo craze has died down, and yet, you couldn’t be more wrong, as Nintendo is still bringing out more and more figurines for various games. But in an interesting twist, a new trio of Amiibo have been confirmed for a game that was not made by Nintendo: Shovel Knight.
There’s growing outrage today from Nintendo fans about the recently revealed functionality of amiibo in Metroid: Samus Returns, coming soon to 3DS and 2DS.
An entire year ago, the final DLC characters for Super Smash Bros. on Wii U were released: Cloud, Corrin and Bayonetta. Nintendo promised amiibo figures for each of them, and it was a loooong wait after that, but a street date for those figures was finally revealed during the last Nintendo Direct video: July 21.
It seems like it took forever, but Nintendo finally revealed the final Amiibo for Super Smash Bros. guest roster characters Cloud Strife from Final Fantasy VII and Bayonetta from Bayonetta. Series creator Masahiro Sakurai had announced that Amiibo were in the works for both characters, but we hadn’t seen anything for the longest time. Nintendo finally unveiled the new Amiibo figurines for the characters on this week’s Nintendo Direct.
PDP Gaming is creating some classic 3D stands inspired from some classic 2D video games for those lovable figurines called Amiibo. The stands are now on sale on their website, and these official stands are based off of stages from Super Mario Bros., Donkey Kong and The Legend of Zelda. You can check out all the new Amiibo stands at PDP’s website at this link.
Nintendo’s long line of Amiibo is about to get even larger. For at E3 Nintendo revealed that 7 new Amiibo’s in the Mario Party line are coming.
Just when you thought there wasn’t much to get excited about regarding amiibo anymore, check THIS out: the Squid Sisters from Splatoon are coming out in July!
Nintendo has officially revealed that two new Amiibo figurines are going to be released this July for the hit Wii U game Splatoon. Gamers will now be able to own the Squid Sister pair of Callie and Marie. You can check out the announcement tweet and reveal video of the new Amiibo below.
The Mega Yarn Yoshi amiibo is one of the hardest to get in the entire series — and by looking at it, you’d hardly even realize it was an amiibo. It’s not a plastic statue, but a full-sized stuffed yarn dinosaur with amiibo powers in its foot.
Amiibo and Nintendo fans might be happy to know that every single one of their Amiibo figurines will be compatible with the upcoming Pokemon franchise fighting game, Pokken Tournament. The tidbit was revealed on the official website for the game, the game is “compatible with all Amiibo accessories unlocking in-game items.”