amiibo

amiibo are the new feature brought into Nintendo games beginning with Super Smash Bros. for Wii U with a patch for Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS released in 2015 to allow for compatibility. These figures can be scanned into the game and act as computer fighters that you can train. They are scanned by placing the figure on the NFC square of the Wii U GamePad or the bottom screen on the New Nintendo 3DS

When scanned in, you can regisater it to a Mii and nickname it. This helps it become yours. From there, you can train it in battles against you or computer players to level it up. If you play as the same character, it learns the moves better and it adapts to your play style. If you don't use items when training it, it won't know what to do with items. If you just use one move, it will focus on that move. They can be raised up to Level 50 where they are the strongest and smartest they can be, based on your training.

amiibo Customisation

There's more to it, however. In addition tojust training your character, you have the ability to feed them equipment that you collect during your Super Smash Bros. gameplay. This equipment will boost and hinder various stats in order to make your character completely unique, much like the standard character customisation

In addition to that, you can also assign custom moves to your amiibo rather than the standard Special Moves, making it the best it can. .

Super Smash Bros. Wave 1

United States: November 21st 2014
Europe: November 28th 2014
Japan: December 5th 2014

Mario Peach Yoshi Donkey Kong Link Fox
Mario Peach Yoshi Donkey Kong Link Fox
Samus Wii Fit Trainer Villager Pikachu Kirby Marth
Samus Wii Fit Trainer Villager Pikachu Kirby Marth

Super Smash Bros. Wave 2

United States: December 2014
Europe: December 19th 2014
Japan: December 5th 2014

Luigi Diddy Kong Zelda Little Mac Pit Captain Falcon
Luigi Diddy Kong Zelda Little Mac Pit Captain Falcon

Super Smash Bros. Wave 3

United States: February 2015
Europe: January 23rd 2015
Japan: January 22nd 2015

Lucario Rosalina & Luma Bowser Toon Link Sheik Ike
Lucario Rosalina & Luma Bowser Toon Link Sheik Ike

Super Smash Bros. Wave 3

United States: February 2015
Europe: February 20th 2015
Japan: January 22nd 2015 (King Dedede/Meta Knight), February 2015

Meta Knight King Dedede Shulk Sonic Mega Man
Meta Knight King Dedede Shulk Sonic Mega Man

Super Smash Bros. Wave 5

United States: May 29th 2015
Europe: April 24th 2015
Japan: April 29th 2015

Ness Wario Robin Lucina Charizard Pac-man
Ness Wario Robin Lucina Charizard Pac-Man

Super Smash Bros. Wave 5b

United States: May 29th 2015
Europe: May 29th 2015
Japan: May 28th 2015

Greninja Jigglypuff
Greninja Jigglypuff

Super Smash Bros. Wave 6

United States: July 2015 (Dark Pit, Palutena), September 2015 (Ganondorf, Zero Suit Samus)
Europe: June 26th 2015
Japan: June 11th 2015

Dark Pit Ganondorf Palutena Zero Suit Samus
Dark Pit Ganondorf Palutena Zero Suit Samus

Super Smash Bros. Wave 7

United States: September 11th 2015
Europe: July 17th 2015
Japan: July 2015

Bowser Jr. Dr. Mario Pikmin & Olimar
Bowser Jr. Dr. Mario Pikmin & Olimar

Super Smash Bros. Wave 8

United States: September 25th 2015 (excluding Mii Fighters)
Europe: September 25th 2015 (excluding Falco)
Japan: September 10th 2015

Duck Hunt Mii Brawler Mii Gunner Mii Swordfighter
Duck Hunt Mii Brawler Mii Gunner Mii Swordfighter
Mr. Game & Watch R.O.B. (Japan) R.O.B. (International)
Mr. Game & Watch R.O.B. R.O.B.
 
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