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The company PDP and Nintendo have teamed up again to create three new officially licensed amiibo displays which are available for preorder from Amazon now.

This isn’t the first time Nintendo and PDP have worked together to make officially licensed products. PDP are the folks that created the game storing Donkey Kong Barrel, the Warp Pipe amiibo stand, and also the character themed controllers for the Wii U. So to continue that trend, PDP is releasing three more amiibo stands.

The first of the three new amiibo displays is a Legend of Zelda inspired stand. The stand features a silver base which has the Triforce embedded into it, but the coolest part about this display is the Master Sword in the background. The blade of evil’s bane is completely detachable and can be used as a stylus. Furthermore, when removing the Master Sword, the display will play music. The Legend of Zelda inspired display will retail for $14.99.


If you’re a fan of old school 8-bit Mario then this next stand is perfect for you. The Spinning Fire Bar Display features the icon design of Bowser’s Castle from the original NES Super Mario Bros. and will also feature a motorized wind-up spinning fire bar like the ones in the game. This stand is a must have for any retro gamer and will also retail for $14.99.


The final and most expensive stand being released is the Donkey Kong amiibo display. Unlike the other stands that hold only one amiibo, this stand can hold up to an impressive 9 amiibo. The display is also over the largest of the 3 and stands 12 inches tall. For just 5 dollars more than the other amiibo displays, this stand is worth every penny.


All of these displays are available for preorder now via Amazon and are scheduled to release this year on December 31.

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Written by Frank Costagliola

Frank is a journalism student at the College of Staten Island and knew he wanted to write and talk about video games since high school. If Frank isn't on campus, he's probably gaming, spending time with his friends, at the gym, or trying to hunt down a rare amiibo out in the wild.