More Super Smash Bros. amiibo Coming Out In March

amiibo of the two DLC fighters Roy and Ryu will be released alongside R.O.B. with his Japanese Famicom colours on March 18. The Famicom colours R.O.B. was available in Japan since his NES colours were released in North America and Europe, but now he will be available in these regions. Roy will be exclusive to Gamestop/EB Games, but, like Mewtwo, the DLC characters probably won't be very hard to find.

Shovel Knight amiibo Details Released by Yacht Club Games

 Everyone has been waiting for the Shovel Knight amiibo. Now, it actually has a release date. Shovel Knight will NOT be coming out this year in North America as the amiibo website said. Instead, it will be coming out next year, on January 8, because of supply issues. It will be coming out in Europe on the 11th of this month. Yacht Club Games has advised to not import the Shovel Knight amiibo or pay higher than MSRP for it, because there will be plenty of stock on release. The in-game amiibo features won't be available in your area unless the Shovel Knight amiibo is our, so you can't import the amiibo and use the amiibo features early.

Chibi-Robo amiibo Review

Written by DDD&Watch

Chibi-Robo, the robot who does chores, recently had his first platformer released, and it comes with its own amiibo. This amiibo is a great addition to anybody's collection, but it doesn't work with Super Smash Bros.

I think that Chibi-Robo is one of the most accurate amiibo. Even though it doesn't have much detail, it looks just like Chibi-Robo. When it hasn't been in your hands for a while, it actually feels a lot like metal, and his cord feels just like an older computer cord. The texture on his base is nice, and the dark red on the bottom of the base is a nice change from the black on the Super Smash Bros. amiibo. The only problem I have with this amiibo is that his hands are connected to little black circles on the plug, which aren't supposed to be there. You can only see it if you look closely though.

Tons of amiibo Announced

During the recent Nintendo Direct, Nintendo announced many new amiibo, including Lucas, Wolf Link, Gold Mega Man, and more Animal Crossing amiibo. Resetti, Blathers, Celeste, and Kicks were all announced in Japan a while ago, but this is their first announcement in North America. They also announced a gold version of Mega Man, which is exclusive to a special edition of Mega Man Legacy Collection on the 3DS. A Wolf Link amiibo was also announced, and will be exclusive to a bundle with the recently confirmed The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD.