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Pretty sure it's already been confirmed that Pokken Tournament arcade machines have built-in amiibo support - yes, you read that right, the arcade machines. I'm not sure what specifically they'll do - probably let you transfer your preferred fighter/support groups and save stats and whatnot - but that pretty much confirms we'll be getting amiibos for each of the playable fighters, at least.Pokken Tournament: it seems pretty likely that a Pokemon series of amiibo will sell well, and basing it on Pokken Tournament would narrow the selection process down greatly, cutting it down to some of the most popular Pokemon (and Chandelure). It seems like it would help that four of the Pokemon in Smash are also in Pokken Tournament, meaning that support for them is already in place in other games, and it could act as a restock of sorts for rarer ones like Lucario.
During one of SF0's accouncements (maybe the first), they showed a prototype Arwing amiibo that could actually transform into a chicken walker just like in the game. No telling whether other Star Fox team members will be getting them.Star Fox Zero: we already know that the game has amiibo support, with Fox's amiibo turning the Arwing into the SNES version. While there might be more functionality that hasn't been said yet (I don't think they'd leave Falco's amiibo out), they could do a set of the classic Star Fox team, with each of them changing the Arwing and other vehicles into the versions from other games (for example, Peppy unlocks the Star Fox 64 versions of the vehicles, while Slippy gives skins inspired by Star Fox Adventures or Command). It would also create the opportunity to make the Bayonetta amiibo more useful, by turning it into the Arwing from the Bayonetta level that seemingly got Platinum this job in the first place.
I thought Gold did something special in the MM collection... glad to know it's not that special.I felt slightly compelled to purchase the Gold Mega Man amiibo, due to the Smash base, and myself strictly collecting just the Smash collection. Even going as far to buy multiple G&W for the bases for display purposes.
After using the Gold Mega Man amiibo, and realizing there isnt even the slightest bonus and it acts just as a regular Mega Man, it's def not worth the purchase.
Realistically theres no real way to tell the difference between a custom painted one and an official one. Unless theres something in the serial numbers.
I'm hoping for an unique identifier in the NFC chip exists so that its possible an update may give an exclusive unlock. Even if it's just a mario maker suit.
I know I should have expected this, but was anticipating the gold/ silver mario treatment for this amiibo at the very least.
Forest Gump amiiboI named mine Dan. Figured it was time for Dan to get the spot light XD
I like to name my amiibo after something from the franchise. My meta knight is named after his sword, and sonic is named "i'm waiting." hope that helps a little.
I'm doing fine thanks! I honestly see no reason for them not to continue this for awhile, especially because of Skylanders. You can get your favorite Nintendo character for fairly cheap, and it can be used in more than just one game. While people complain about it it's really a win-win either way.Hey I remember you! How have you been? I like your poll instead of throwing the casual yes, no, and I don't care. I hit im tired of them because they saw how well Skylanders did with Skylanders Swap Force selling around $4 billion. Plus Nintendo is good at games. In the end it's not terrible especially thanks to them about affecting other games rather than just one particular one.
Who would want to unbox the figures anyway am I right
None of Duck Hunt's specials count as items, so the equipment wouldn't do anything.Hey for Duck hunt amiibo. Is the effect "Item hurler" something that would apply to him? The effect gives 1.5x attack power to thrown items, but I don't know if any of his B moves would apply. Can anyone help?
The Item Hurler bonus effect only increases the power of the items that you've thrown "after" picking them up. None of Duck Hunt's projectiles are actual items, so they won't get the power boost at all. For PAC-MAN, however, he can get the power boost from the Item Hurler bonus effect, but only if he manages to pick up his own fruit, which is easier to pull off with the Lazy Fruit custom special.None of Duck Hunt's specials count as items, so the equipment wouldn't do anything.
Why'd you quote me for this rather than the person who asked the question? As far as I can tell, you're not correcting me.The Item Hurler bonus effect only increases the power of the items that you've thrown "after" picking them up. None of Duck Hunt's projectiles are actual items, so they won't get the power boost at all. For PAC-MAN, however, he can get the power boost from the Item Hurler bonus effect, but only if he manages to pick up his own fruit, which is easier to pull off with the Lazy Fruit custom special.