Timmy & Tommy, Kapp’n, Rover, Isabelle (Summer Outfit) Animal Crossing Collection amiibo


The latest range of Animal Crossing amiibo arrived in March to the party that no one else wanted to attend, Animal Crossing amiibo Festival. Rolling dices on a television with no sight of mini games to break the flow just doesn’t make for rowdy Friday night gatherings, it’s more of a peaceful Sunday afternoon sort of thing. But these animals don’t care, they love to party all the same. It was never about you.  Continue reading


Blathers, Celeste, Kicks, Resetti Animal Crossing Collection Amiibo


Some people say these amiibo are the amiibo that killed the amiibo train. With so many Animal Crossing figures available for a game which nobody really wanted, Animal Crossing Amiibo Festival, the desire to collect them all was pushed firmly into a ditch. But really, look how cute they are! How could anyone say they killed anything? Sure, Resetti carries an pickaxe, but he’s a mole! All moles carry those! Right? Continue reading

Wolf Link The Legend of Zelda Twilight Princess HD Amiibo


Unavailable on its own, at least in the UK, this wolf has the power to awaken a secret dungeon with Twilight Princess, and bash the bad for a collection of hearts. The hearts can be used to top Link up in hard times, and don’t we all know about hard times, and with Breath of the Wild coming out sometime next year, probably, Wolf Link can be summoned to adventure with Link, all his collected hearts intact. A friend in need, a slave indeed.  Continue reading

Roy Super Smash Bros for Wii U/3DS Amiibo


Roy’s our boy! Roy’s our boy!

It’s good to see Roy back in the Smash Bros. game, criminally left out during the days of Brawl, and initially during the vanilla version of for Wii U/3DS. But he’s finally here, and that’s all that matters. I used to play as this guy all the time! All the time. Continue reading

R.O.B (Famicom Colours) Super Smash Bros for Wii U/3DS Amiibo


R.O.B (robotic operating buddy) was the robot that helped bring the Nintendo Entertainment System into so many homes throughout the USA back in the 80’s. Its/his/her (we’ll stick to he, for he is a Rob) purpose was to make the NES feel like a toy, rather than a game system, and his inclusion propelled sales into the stratosphere, for who doesn’t want a robotic operating buddy. To some, he was the only buddy they had.  Continue reading