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New 30th anniversary Zelda amiibo potentially spotted in Breath of the Wild’s files

Posted on February 27, 2017 by (@NE_Brian) in General Nintendo, News

Four Zelda amiibo are already out as part of the series’ 30th anniversary. However, Nintendo may have even more figures in store.

Hidden away in Zelda: Breath of the Wild’s files are listings for a few potentially unannounced amiibo. Head past the break for more.

The amiibo in question are the following:


This would suggest that new amiibo are planned from Twilight Princess, Majora’s Mask, and Skyward Sword. Nothing has been announced though, so this isn’t set in stone.


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  • memoryman3

    The Wii U version will be the best version, as I can set up specific loot tables for my amiibo collection 😛

    • Linkchu

      Hacking is not a good.

    • ≈ KobobKC ≈ ^.^

      I bet you could hack the Daisy amiibo to be usable in the game too.

      Oh wait.

  • JasonBall

    Gahhh I need them right now!

    • Evan Gustavson

      Who needs an SD card indeed. You won’t save money going digital, and Nintendo doesn’t really mark down their products even when retailers are at a point where they sell it for half as much.

      I don’t think 24 GB will be an issue for digital only, either, as those are mostly either indies or old games, and the thing is, old games are tiny because they are from old systems, and lets be honest, if indie trash wasn’t trash, they’d have a household name amongst them. I mean, there are plenty of household names among 1st and 3rd party games, but can you even NAME an indie franchise the average non-gamer has ever heard of?
      No? Didn’t think so.

      • R.Z.

        I bet this has nothing to do with things like inexistant marketing budget and having to rely on word of mouth which is about as reliable as the lottery …
        Also Minecraft. No one heard of it, right ?

      • JasonBall

        I absolutely agree about indie games being trash, but I actually am passionately in the digital games camp for everything. Sorry.

      • Carlos

        Indie games are trash now? Wow.

        Minecraft, Undertale, Stardew Valley, Shovel knight, are just a few notable ones.

  • Lord Ozzie

    I never knew I wanted a Majora’s Mask amiibo until now….

    • Nowhere Man

      I love the OOT Link amiibo, but this fixes the lack of a child Link amiibo. This one will probably be my favorite Link amiibo.

      • Evan Gustavson

        Link was a child in Zelda 1. Ergo, we already have a child Link in the form of 8-bit Link. But I get what you mean.

        • Nowhere Man

          Yeah, and every variation of Toon Link is a kid, too. I think it’s pretty clear who anyone is referring to when they say child and/or young Link as there is only one game that has both a child and adult form, requiring the distinction.

  • R.Z.

    I’m pretty hyped for a Young Link Majora’s Mask amiibo, but I really wish they started doing some other characters instead.
    There are already three different Links in the 30th anniversary series + the wolf version if you count that one.
    Give me some Tingle/Ruto/Fi/Darunia/Saria or whatever already !

  • Nowhere Man

    Nifty. I’ll definitely get.

  • Linkchu

    BUT I’M SAVING UP FOR THE BOTW AMIIBO! Nintendo, why must you be so cruel? Why do you make a product that is addicting to collect, but cost as much as ye average indie game?

  • Eileen the Pizza Queen

    Sure, it might be annoying that they’re releasing even more Link amiibo, but at least they’re including the best Zelda character of all: Table King the 30th! Supporting an entire kingdom on his back, while still maintaining that regal stained wood polish!

    (why am I commenting before I’ve had my coffee why why why)

  • Vinicius

    If we get a Skyward Sword Amiibo it better be a Girahim amiibo.

    • Exy

      Ghirahim is one of the best Zelda villains, being the exact opposite of Link in every possible way like the Joker.

      • Linkchu

        Ghirahim is best gril.

        • Exy

          Link has been presented for years as a symbol of masculine individuality, albeit subtly. Ghirahim is effeminate and disregards personal space, getting in Link’s face at very uncomfortable distances. It’s cool that they made such a sharp contrast of a villain and super disappointing that he wasn’t the final boss.

          • there’s nothing masculine about a little boy

          • Eileen the Pizza Queen

            Um…bro? Link is probably Nintendo’s least masculine hero, and I’m including both Kirby and Samus in that assessment. If by “masculine individuality”, you mean he’s presented as proof of the fact that you don’t have to be stereotypically “manly” to be a man, then this statement has truth to it….but the fact that you contrasted it against Ghirahim’s effeminate behavior makes me think that’s not the case? Correct me if I’m wrong though.

            More accurate statement: “Ghirahim is the exact opposite of Link in every possible way, because he has a personality.”

            (The fact that I believe Link to be a slightly effeminate blank slate is, in no way, anything against this series, which I love.)

          • Exy

            He may be effeminate in appearance, but to me he’s the closest Nintendo has to such a character that the player is meant to identify with. I certainly wouldn’t say this of Mario, for example, and I intentionally didn’t write in Samus since she’s better identified with her armor rather than her personality.

          • Eileen the Pizza Queen

            To be honest, I’d associate Samus more with her stoic, no-nonsense personality more than her armor. (That’s just one of many reasons Other M is kind of a disaster.) And I’d even say that Link and Samus share a lot of the same characteristics in that regard: they’re (mostly) lone protagonists who face incredible odds to get the job done through sheer cunning more than anything, the main difference being that it’s Link’s destiny, but just another job for Samus. Either way, I don’t see things like bravery, determination, or resourcefulness as characteristics that are either masculine or feminine, so much as they’re good human characteristics in general.

            But yeah, Mario doesn’t really factor into this equation at all. His mustache proves that he’s been through puberty, but in virtually every other way he’s basically a child. An Italian stereotype child. XD

  • MajoraMan28

    Oh my! A SS Link and a MM Link amiibo would be awesome!!
    I hope we get SS Zelda as well, dressed as Hylia!

  • Chris Jagucki

    I really hope this turns out to be legitimate.

  • Annie

    Link from Majora’s Mask <3 but where's the Tingle amiibo?!

    • someone LIKES tingle??

      • Eileen the Pizza Queen

        If this shocks you, then don’t ever go to Japan, man.

      • R.Z.

        What’s not to like in a creepy little guy in his thirties wearing a leotard who insists that He’s a fairy.
        Best character EVER !
        (And his DS games were awesome)

      • Annie

        I LOVE him

  • Supporter

    A Skyward Sword Link amiibo sounds cool if Nintendo releases Skyward Sword HD on the Switch some day.

  • ≈ KobobKC ≈ ^.^

    I still wish they would’ve just made amiibo for all the Hyrule Warriors characters, and used their renders as the poses. That would’ve been amazing!

  • Vigilante_blade

    I might get all of them except for the Skyward Sword one.

  • Carlos

    What would make this even better would be if they announced a Link’s Awakening amiibo.

  • Great, even more Amiibo’s I’m going to have to buy. Man this is an expensive obsession. I’m not actually complaining though 😀