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- Team up with your amiibo or play against friends in the Super Smash Bros. for Wii U game
- Customize your amiibo by adjusting their offensive and defensive capabilities
- Build your amiibo to level 50 so that you can crush even the toughest opponents
- Tap amiibo to the Wii U GamePad controller and watch your characters come to life in different games in all sorts of exciting ways
- Additional amiibo characters and compatible games are coming soon
- FIGURES SHOWN NOT ACTUAL SIZE AND DESIGNS MAY VARY
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Note: I leveled him up on Smash Brothers first. A level 1 Captain Falcon may not actually detect danger.
No, correction. Nearly thirty years of saving freaking Princess Zelda over, and over, and over again. No, seriously. I get the whole "I'm reincarnated and don't know better" thing, but literally almost every time this girl gets abducted, it starts with some powerful dude from the Gerudo people showing up and wrecking the day. His name is always freaking the same. Not even sure how that is getting past Hyrulian immigration. Then I got to go on this long quest to save the world from being destroyed, all because this girl never cracked open a history book. At the end of the whole ordeal, what is the reward? Knowledge of a job well done and maybe a handshake. If I'm lucky.
Finally got tired of the grind. Bought her off of Amazon and locked her inside a safe inside a box labeled "sand fleas." I figure any Gerudo warriors will see that box and be like "I hate sand fleas, no way I'm opening that." Ganon can look all he wants, it just isn't going to happen this time. As an added precaution, I put my Captain Falcon amiibo on top of it. So, I give this item five stars because it's going to save me so much time in the future.
P.S. Works great with Smash Bros. Put her next to my Link amiibo, but they still won't kiss. Tried playing different songs from the series to enhance the mood, but the Song of Time always starts me back at square one.
While this is a cool peripheral and a nice bit of technology, it is no longer fun to fight against this monster that I have created. Even playing with my Smash veteran friends, we had great difficulty taking this figure player down. During free for all, it is pretty much impossible for this guy to lose.
In conclusion, for under $13 this is a great way to waste your time, especially when you don't have others to play with you locally. Just prepare to have that feeling that you're digging your own grave. My Link amiibo requires a worthy opponent. I must train another, to take on this champion.
As a side note, this was by far the best experience I've had trying to get an exclusive amiibo. All of the amiibo pre-orders should be handled this way! Awesome job, Amazon. Keep up the great work :)
Sadly, you'll have to destroy the packaging to remove the figures, and you'll absolutely have to remove the figures to use them. Nintendo placed a signal blocker under the base of the figures in the blister, so that you can't use them still inside their boxes, unlike Skylanders and Disney Infinity.
Compared with other similarly sized figures, these are a good value. The quality is better than most, and the Amiibo functionality is really essentially free (or very low cost). At the moment, Amiibo functionality is somewhat limited, unlocking cosmetics and minimal content, and not really offering any new gameplay options. If these figures are a success, it's quite believable that Nintendo will expand their capabilities.
Nintendo seems aimed at releasing Amiibos for every character appearing in the new Wii U Smash Bros, so you'll have plenty of characters to choose from. If you're a collector, you'll probably want to preorder them, as some seem to be rarer than others, and there's no clear communication yet as to whether Nintendo will replenish stock of sold out characters, or just continue to make new characters. Oh, and there's plenty of potential for reposes and new versions of existing Amiibos. The world needs colorful Yoshi options, and powered up Marios, and rad Samus variants. Right?
In conclusion, if you're a long time Nintendo fan, the Amiibo figures really are about the best collectibles on the market. Nicely built, nicely painted, and functional.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Oldest son loved it but maxed out it's capability pretty quickly (Level 50). Good way for Nintendo to make money as he's moved on to other Amiibos...Published 13 hours ago by kenji s. aoki
The product was the German version, not the USA version as advertised. Aside from that, I was thoroughly impressed with the quality of the product. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Kyle M.
Ordered an english version, recieved a japanese version with a poor quality paint jobPublished 2 days ago by Brad
I love the Peach amiibo a lot. They put a really good amount of detail on her dress.Published 5 days ago by Jay Smith