The House of Mario is gearing up to launch its next batch of amiibo figurines, and let's just hope this release won't be as bad as the previous ones.

On Sept. 11, Nintendo will be launching wave six of its line of amiibo figures, including many toys that fans have been asking for. There has been a lot of negative backlash due to the unavailability of some of the previous figures, and we have a feeling fan favorites such as Zero Suit Samus, Olimar and Ganondorf are going to be the most sought after ones in this bunch.

Here are all of the amiibo coming out next month:

  • 30th Anniversary Mario Classic Color
  • Zero Suit Samus
  • Ganondorf
  • Olimar
  • Bowser Jr.
  • Dr. Mario

Two weeks after this launch, on Sept. 25, Nintendo will launch a retro 3-pack set of amiibo figures, which includes the Super Smash Bros. versions of R.O.B., Duck Hunt and Mr. Game & Watch in a single package. I'm most likely going to buy this set just so I can burn the Duck Hunt dog in my backyard as payback for laughing at me during my childhood years.

Nintendo kind of tried to distance itself from the stresses of pre-ordering and all the quantity complaints with the following statement:

Further details about availability and pre-order schedules for these figures will be announced directly from various retailers in the near future.

The Mii Fighter amiibo figures have been delayed to November and will be released as a 3-pack. The modern color version of the 8-bit Mario amiibo will be launching at a later date, likely in October or November.

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