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Amazon UK has now opened pre-orders for the new Zelda: Breath of the Wild amiibo. The full set of five are located here. If they sell out, we’ll update this post.

Fans picked up on some footage from the Mega Man animated series during the weekend. Film Roman shared the first look, but it wasn’t intended for public consumption. Dentsu Entertainment informed Rockman Corner that the footage wasn’t final, and was based on internal animation tests.

Mega Man’s look in the show is apparently still evolving. The design shown in the clip doesn’t represent the final product.

One other note: despite what we heard previously, the Mega Man animated series doesn’t have a set network. It isn’t guaranteed to air on Disney XD.


Ahead of its release at the start of March, IGN has managed to get its hands on the new Link figure based on his appearance in Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Check it out below.

On January 18, Nintendo’s website updated with a new CPSIA certificate. This seemed to be tied to the Smash Bros. amiibo line based on the filing name.

Another CPSIA certificate was actually filed on the same day, and is just now showing. It as well appears to be from the Smash Bros. line. Now the question is, when will Nintendo start revealing these mystery figures?


A list is making the rounds of a few hundred Nintendo Network IDs that have supposedly been hacked. In total, roughly 440 users seem to be affected.

You can see if your name is listed in the document here. Obviously, if your Nintendo Network ID is there, you should change your password immediately.


At some point this year, a new animated series based on Mega Man will be debuting on Disney XD from Dentsu Entertainment USA and DHX Media. We hadn’t seen it until motion – until today that is.

A reel from Film Roman posted in November has a few seconds showing the Mega Man cartoon. It was originally uploaded at the very end of November, but fans came across the clip today. Take a look at the footage below.


Update: Despite Best Buy’s original listing, the figure is actually created by First 4 Figures. The listing (as well as our post) has now been updated to reflect this. Best Buy’s page also now shows a release date of early March rather than March 20.

Original: Dark Horse will soon be coming out with a special Link figurine that was created based on his appearance in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. It’s 11 inches high, and features a sculpted base.

The figurine won’t be ready for Breath of the Wild’s launch, though it won’t be too long before it’s out. Best Buy, which is taking pre-orders, has it down for March 20.

We’ve included a few photos of the figure below.

Fire Emblem 0 is the ongoing trading card game for Fire Emblem in Japan. Series 9 was announced back in November, but a new tidbit was shared this week.

Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia, which Nintendo just announced for 3DS, will be included in the new Fire Emblem 0 series. A sample card was shared on the official Twitter account, which we have below.

Fans can look forward to more information about Fire Emblem 0 series 9 during a live stream event on February 11.


A second episode of Nintendo Minute for the week has gone live. In today’s video, Shigeru Miyamoto and Eiji Aonuma stop by to share their top five favorite things about The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. View the full episode below.

The new amiibo based on Zelda: Breath of the Wild are now available to pre-order on GameStop. On top of that, standalone Wolf Link is up as well. They’re all located here.

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