September 9, 2021 1:09 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

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Do you feel the Dread?

The closer we get to the release of Metroid Dread, the closer we all get to exploring the planet ZDR and taking on the deadly E.M.M.I. robots, but why go it alone when you can go it with amiibo?

With brand new Metroid Dread amiibo launching alongside the game and six other Metroid themed figures already available, each one has something to offer and when the going gets tough, the tough just might need to tap in the occasional amiibo. So, we’re on hand with this guide to share with you the benefits of each amiibo:

amiibo

amiibo: Samus

Series: Super Smash Bros.

Functionality: Players receive a random amount of energy once per day.

amiibo: Zero Suit Samus

Series: Super Smash Bros.

Functionality: Players receive a random amount of energy once per day.

amiibo: Samus Aran

Series: Metroid

Functionality: Players receive a random amount of energy once per day.

amiibo: Metroid

Series: Metroid

Functionality: Players receive a random amount of remaining missile ammo once per day.

amiibo: Dark Samus

Series: Super Smash Bros.

Functionality: Players receive a random amount of remaining missile ammo once per day.

amiibo: Ridley

Series: Super Smash Bros.

Functionality: Players receive a random amount of remaining missile ammo once per day.

amiibo: Samus

Series: Metroid

Functionality: Players can receive an extra energy tank, increasing their health by 100. While this is a one-time use, players can still tap the amiibo daily to recover health.

amiibo: E.M.M.I

Series: Metroid

Functionality: Players can receive a Missile+ tank to increase Samus’ missile capacity by 10. While this is a one-time use, players can still tap the amiibo daily to replenish missiles.

As always, we hope you found this guide helpful and should you wish to learn more about Metroid amiibo, why not head over to Shinesparkers and check out their feature on A History of Metroid amiibo?

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This post was written by Jack Longman

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