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  • Gallery PDP is Launching Some Rather Fancy amiibo Displays

    Not just a plastic case

    The amiibo range is treated different ways depending on the owner's style. Some keep them boxed and preserved for future generations, some have them scattered around shelves and ready to be used (like this writer), and others put them on display. Nintendo and third-parties have released various cases and fancy displays to...

  • E3 2016 Nintendo Unveils Seven New Super Mario Series amiibo, Including Waluigi

    Daisy! Boo! More!

    Nintendo has unveiled seven new amiibo figures in the Super Mario series, arriving on 4th November in North America - that's the same date as Mario Party Star Rush on 3DS. Of the seven new figures four are new poses for Wario, Rosalina, Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong (these are coming earlier in Europe on 7th October). New arrivals...

  • Gallery Nintendo Announces amiibo for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

    Check out all the official images inside

    Nintendo is in the process of showing off The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and has also announced three new amiibo that will arrive with the game. In addition the current Wolf Link amiibo will be supported (as previously announced); scanning that one brings Wolf Link into the world with three hearts,...

  • Video Find Out How amiibo Support Was Added To Super Mario 64

    It's-a me, amiibo!

    We recently learned that Rare wanted to do amiibo-style toys during the N64 era, which frankly would have been amazing. YouTuber James (aka yoshielectron) has now craftily found a way of retroactively adding amiibo support to Super Mario 64, which might be the next best thing. You may remember him from when he created a

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    Review Mini Mario & Friends: amiibo Challenge

    Tiny toys

    Nintendo's track record in promoting amiibo through free apps isn't one that's always shown the company at its best. amiibo Tap: Nintendo's Greatest Bits, for example, was a bit rubbish and unsure of its audience. With efforts like that it's just as well that the range and compatible games mean the figures (and cards) practically sell...