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All first print-copies of Pokken Tournament come with a Shadow Mewtwo amiibo card. But what if you purchased the game on the eShop? Good news! You’re entitled to a card as well.

There’s a series of steps involved, but you should be able to nab Shadow Mewtwo by following instructions outlined on Nintendo’s support site.

Here’s the full rundown:

In the United States, the only way consumers have been able to purchase the Falco amiibo is by shopping at Best Buy. This is now starting to change, however. Amazon is taking orders for the figure here.

Note that Amazon is listing Falco as temporarily out of stock, and consumers will be notified when it will begin to ship. Orders can still be placed regardless.



By ordering Star Fox Zero at Best Buy, you can save on one of the game’s compatible amiibo. Falco will up for grabs at just $5 when you pick up the title. See the offer page here for more information.

Update (3/28): Since it’s a small update, we’re bumping this to the top rather than making a new one. Version 8.1 of the fan-made amiibo compatibility chart is after the break.

Original (3/10): moldclay is back with another update to his fan-made amiibo compatibility chart once again. In this latest version, it’s been brought up to version 8.0, adding in games like Zelda: Twilight Princess and Star Fox Zero. Check it out below.


WonderCon isn’t the only convention this weekend where the Kirby series amiibo are on display. The figures can also be seen at the Dutch Comic Con. Check out some videos below showing off the upcoming amiibo.



Nintendo has the upcoming Kirby series amiibo on display at WonderCon this weekend. Paul Fierce took some photos of the figures, which you can find below. The shots show Kirby, Meta Knight, Kind Dedede and Waddle Dee.


Best Buy is now taking pre-orders for the upcoming Kirby amiibo. You can place orders for each one here.

Two more Animal Crossing amiibo are now up on Best Buy as well. Pre-order Isabelle – Winter Outfit here and Isabelle – Summer Outfit here.

Nintendo has one final “Guess the amiibo” video with three of its developers: Shigeru Miyamoto, Takashi Tezuka, and Tsubasa Sakaguchi. There’s a recap of some of the figures they tried to mimic, as well as some extras. View the video below.

Nintendo of Europe has posted the third “Guess the amiibo” video with the Big N’s developers. In today’s video, it’s Takashi Tezuka’s turn to imitate one of the figures. Check it out below.

It’s time for another unboxing video! While we do have another look at the latest Animal Crossing amiibo (showcased on the site earlier today), the big ones here are Roy and Ryu. Take a look at the full unboxing amiibo.