In case you missed out on Marth's first sales run, the good news is that he will be coming back out soon.
Mario and Luigi have been the figureheads of gaming for the past three decades, so it's only right they get a proper tribute.
Where Mario is the straight-and-narrow platformer approach, sticking to a winning formula, Kirby is the experimental "throw things up against the wall and see what comes out" entry in Nintendo's catalog. They're Nintendo's own odd couple, and Kirby and the Rainbow Curse continues the pink puffball's reputation for being different in many ways.
While scalpers and collectors are at war with each other for the likes Shulk and Marth, three of the more abundant amiibo figures have had their prices dropped.
It's Walmart, so we're using the term "gold" rather freely when discussing the new Mario Party 10 amiibo.
Whether its praises are being sung or its being condemned as too odd of a departure from the series roots, anyone who has an opinion about The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask is passionate about it. Divisive as it may be, Majora’s Mask is an important game in the Zelda series; not for its technical innovations, but for its storytelling and gameplay achievements. Majora’s Mask changed the way Zelda games told a story, and how the player progressed through it.
Nintendo's little figurines will grant access to timed trials of some NES and SNES classics for the Wii U.
The Legend of Zelda is a cornerstone of Nintendo's vast video game catalog. However, the series wasn't always intended to take place in a realm of fantasy.
A recent interview with Nikkei saw Nintendo president Satoru Iwata let an interesting cat out of the bag, as he mentioned a soon-to-be announced Mii-centric smartphone app.
Looks like there will be new Rosalina, Wario and Donkey Kong amiibos coming with Mario's next party game. Good news, as long as you can get a hold of them.