Kuribo reviews the latest Amiibo release in what has been a busy fall thus far. Are these latest Amiibo worth your hard earned money? Read on to find out!
One of the things that has surprised me the most about Amiibo now that we’re just about two years into the releases is that Nintendo has mostly refused to make figures of common enemies from their video games. For a while now, your best bet to get figures of common enemies was limited to World of Nintendo but that is finally changing. First, we got the underwhelming Bokoblin for Breath of the Wild and now we finally get some iconic Mario enemies! How do Bowser’s minions translate to Amiibo form? Let’s take a closer look and find out!
Box – Nintendo may still be recycling the same Super Mario packaging style for quite some time now but I still really enjoy it. The simple, clean look works well with these Amiibo and it is always a challenge for me to open figures in such nice looking packaging but I suffer…
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