Amiibo News

Shovel Knight half off ahead of Treasure Trove price increase, expansions and amiibo coming soon

Author: Ricky Berg
Categories: 3DS, Amiibo News, News, Switch, Wii U

Ho, noble burrowers! We stand on the cusp of something long-buried, with the long-awaited King of Cards and Showdown expansions in the last stages of their development, according to Yacht Club Games. While we don’t have a date for these (sadly), there’s some great news for anyone who’s somehow missed…

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Unboxing | Ken, Daisy, and Young Link amiibo

Author: Jason Ganos
Categories: Amiibo News, Videos

We’ve unboxed all the newly released amiibo: Ken, Daisy, and Young Link! Watch in the video below. You can buy the figures for your own collection on Amazon. (Please keep in mind that stock may fluctuate, so you’ll want to check back another time if the amiibo you’re looking for…

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Nintendo Wiretap (3/28/19)

Categories: Amiibo News, News, Videos

Welcome to the Nintendo Wiretap! Each day the team here at Nintendo Wire works tirelessly to bring you the best, most relevant late-breaking Nintendo news this side of the Mushroom Kingdom. To help make ingesting all these meaty stories easier than Kirby hopped up on Miracle Fruit, we’ve compiled a…

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Wolf Link and Mipha amiibo restocks coming soon

Categories: Amiibo News, News

Despite the crazy, camping out days during amiibo releases, every so often certain amiibo become hard to find a few months after their initial releases. Luckily, Nintendo has been reprinting select figures, with a nice focus on characters connected to the Super Smash Bros. line. This week we were treated…

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Texan man attains Guinness World Record for largest video game collection, unofficially accruing universe’s biggest backlog

Editor’s Note: The following article was written to have a satirical and jealous sounding tone. As game collectors ourselves, the Nintendo Wire team has nothing but respect and admiration for Mr. Monteiro’s amazing achievement.  This one’s sure to make collectors and completionists alike tenuous for completely different reasons — Antonio Romero…

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