Kirby Star Allies was released for the Nintendo Switch on March 16th, 2018. When a mysterious hooded figure casts a spell onto an ominous crystal heart, it shatters and scatters across the galaxy – and it’s up to Kirby to investigate. Unfortunately, Kirby Star Allies’ amiibo support is nowhere near as in-depth as Planet Robobot’s, but they’re still a nice bonus that can be used in a pinch.
Hey guys, just a quick heads-up that the Amiibo Tier List has been updated as of March 22nd. Here are this week’s important changes:
- Ryu moved up to A Rank
- Kirby moved up to B+ Rank
- Mii Swordfighter moved up to B Rank
- Diddy Kong moved up to C Rank
- Cloud moved down to S Rank
- Corrin moved down to B+ Rank
Kirby: Planet Robobot was released for the Nintendo 3DS on June 10th, 2016. An army of robotic invaders, the Haltmann Works Company, has invaded Planet Popstar and aims to overrun it with high-tech machinery. Kirby: Planet Robobot’s amiibo support is incredibly useful: Kirby will receive a unique copy ability depending on which amiibo character you scan.
In August 2015, I started the Amiibo Dojo, and I set myself the lofty goal of writing training guides on all 58 characters. It certainly wasn’t easy. At first, I had a lot of trouble with organization and keeping them all in the same format. But now, after countless hours of research, writing, and spell-checking, they’re done. And I couldn’t have done it alone: thanks a million to Trainer Blue, Arklaine, Supernova, LiteSpeed, LittleFang, DONkLE, ZachD08, and MegaVGmaster for helping to gather all of the information I needed.
Now that all 58 amiibo training guides are in pristine condition, your training truly begins. Because now you know that every piece of amiibo content here is 100% refined and polished. Therefore, I encourage you all to start (or continue) training in preparation for the upcoming Nintendo Switch version of Super Smash Bros. Thank you all for your support; I hope you continue to check back every day for new and updated content. Until next time!
I’m sure you’ve heard the news by now: Super Smash Bros. is coming to Nintendo Switch in 2018. And so a new era of Smash is finally beginning. At present, we don’t know much about Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo Switch. But what we do know is pretty important: series staples Mario, Link, Donkey Kong, Samus, and others are returning, and Splatoon’s Inklings are making their Smash debut. But what we don’t know is even more important.
The Cascade Kingdom is the second kingdom visited in Super Mario Odyssey – and it’s chock-full of secrets for you to find. There are 40 Power Moons hiding here – and with the help of this guide, you’ll be tracking them down in no time!
The Cap Kingdom is the first kingdom visited in Super Mario Odyssey. But that doesn’t mean it isn’t filled to the brim with secrets! There are 31 Power Moons just waiting to be collected. Some of them hide in tricky locations, but worry not: with the help of this guide, you’ll be able to easily track down each and every one of them!