Entries in 'Amiibo' (55)
Nintendo revealed a new set of Amiibo yesterday, ahead of its livestream introducing its new Legend of Zelda title, Breath of the Wild, at E3.
More people may own toys-to-life games than ever, but players are spending less on them.
A third Amiibo was at one stage due to join the upcoming Falco and Fox figures in the Star Fox range.
Warner Bros' LEGO Dimensions has pushed the revenue made from toys-to-life products to £129m.
The Wii U version of The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD will feature additional content not found in the original title.
Nintendo has announced that the next wave of Animal Crossing Amiibo figures will be coming to stores in UK very early into 2016.
Developer Yacht Club Games has announced a December 11th release for the Shovel Knight figure in Europe. However, it won’t be hitting North America until January 8th. ...
The Quality of Life aspirations of the late Satoru Iwata remain in development at Nintendo.
Twilight Princess is the next Zelda game to be remastered by Nintendo – and it will get a brand new Amiibo, too.
Nintendo’s increased fraternising with the indie community has been stepped up with confirmation of the first Amiibo based on an indie title.
MCV takes a look at the best accessories heading to UK retail. This week, Creative blasts out its latest headset and PowerA helps Amiibo fans show off their collection
Nintendo has today dated its upcoming releases for the year.
A new device shipping later this week will allow Amiibo owners to upload character data from other users onto their figures.
Owners of older versions of the 3DS will be able to use Amiibos with their systems this autumn.
Nintendo has revealed a Super Mario Maker Wii U bundle heading to UK retail.
Yesterday (June 30th) Amazon officially opened its Mexican website, and the first purchase was none other than an Ike Amiibo.
Nintendo has detailed seven more Amiibo from its Super Smash Bros range, all of which will launch in September.
Nintendo is once again not hosting an E3 press conference this year and is instead putting together a Nintendo direct video. It worked pretty well for them last time, so ...
The executive producer of toys-to-life brand Disney Infinity has seemingly lashed out at Nintendo over the platform holder’s failure to manage the Amiibo supply situation.
Counterfeit versions of some of Nintendo’s Amiibo figures have been found on sale in Brazil.
Whatever you think the future holds for the increasingly busy toys-to-life category, Amiibo continues to be a big success for Nintendo.
Some of the harder to find Amiibo figures may soon be resupplied to shops following a promise from Nintendo to fix the stock situation that has been troubling fans.
Skylanders, Disney Infinity and Amiibo are the biggest accessory winners of 2015 so far, with all three franchises seeing major year-on-year growth.
It’s a little known fact that the term ‘toys-to-life’ is actually an Activision trademark.
Nintendo has admitted that the popularity of its Amiibo range took the platform holder by surprise.