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Monster Hunter Rise amiibo exclusive to GameStop in the U.S., EB Games in Canada, and the My Nintendo Store in Europe

Where to go for amiibo

Planning on picking up the Monster Hunter Rise amiibo? Depending on where you live, you'll have to go through some different retailers.

Over in Europe, the only place you'll be able to find the amiibo is the My Nintendo Store. As for those in the states, GameStop has the exclusive deal on the set. Finally, our friends in Canada will have to go through EB Games.

As for pricing, the Palamute and Palico amiibo will be $19.99, while the Magnamalo amiibo will be $24.99.

Thanks to Kolma for the heads up!

Monster Hunter Rise amiibo revealed

It just gets better and better!

Capcom has announced that Monster Hunter Rise is getting its own set of amiibo as well. These amiibo will be available alongside the game's launch in March, and each one provides a special layered armor set. More details on each amiibo will be shared at a later date.

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity - amiibo compatibility confirmed, Daruk, Urbosa, Mipha, and Revali amiibo will relaunch


Get a closer look at the Cat Mario and Cat Peach amiibo

Cat's out of the bag!

Along with the reveal of Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury, Nintendo announced that Cat Mario and Cat Peach amiibo are coming as well. Nintendo didn't say what these amiibo would do in-game, but they did show off what they look like. There's some pretty fancy texture work going on there with the cat fur!

Nintendo UK online store restocks multiple Legend of Zelda amiibo

You, Link, are the amiibo!

If you're looking to fill out your amiibo collection with some Legend of Zelda amiibo you might have missed, we've got good news for you. The Nintendo UK Online Store has just restocked a huge amount of previously-released Legend of Zelda amiibo. You can check out all the options up for grabs here.

Urbosa and Daruk amiibo reprints on the way, Dragon Quest's Hero amiibo in production

Do you have room for more amiibo?!

Nintendo's Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act page is the go-to place to find out what's up with amiibo, and it has once again given us some information on what to expect in the near future.

First up, we have confirmation that the Dragon Quest 'Hero' amiibo is officially in production. That shouldn't surprise anyone who's been following the news on Smash Bros. Ultimate amiibo. Production has taken place in both July and August 2020.

Last week, we also noted that reprints for some Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild amiibo were in the works. We first saw that Mipha and Revali were getting another production run, but now we see that both Urbosa and Daruk are joining in as well. We should see them hit stores in the near future.

Mipha and Revali amiibo reprints on the way, Joker amiibo in production

The latest amiibo updates

Nintendo's Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act page is the go-to place to find out what's up with amiibo, and it has once again given us some information on what to expect in the near future.

First up, we have confirmation that the Joker amiibo is officially in production. That shouldn't surprise anyone who's been following the news on Smash Bros. Ultimate amiibo. It's the other listings on the CPSIA page that might be surprising to some.

Nintendo is also working on reprints for some Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild amiibo. Both Mipha and Revali’s amiibo will be getting another round of releases in the near future, which most likely means that Urbosa and Daruk will get their shot as well. We'll keep an eye on the CPSIA page for more info.

Max Games re-releasing their Animal Crossing amiibo card album

Keep that collection safe!

If you're an Animal Crossing amiibo card collector, you know there's a ton of cards to snag. Keeping them safe and secure is of the utmost importance, and soon enough you'll have a great way to do just that.

Max Games released an Animal Crossing amiibo card album back in 2016, and it was quite a huge hit for them. The item has been hard to find ever since, but thankfully Max Games is fixing that with a re-release. Another round of the amiibo card albums will hit Japan on Aug. 7th, 2020, and are priced at 1,500 yen. They'll be sold both online and at retail stores.

Day-one stock for upcoming amiibo and Cadence of Hyrule detailed for France, restock of older amiibo coming as well

Might be a tad hard to find

Wondering what stock will be like in France for the next wave of amiibo, as well as the physical release for Cadence of Hyrule? We've got those numbers for you, thanks to our friends at Nintend'Alerts. Here's the data on day-one stock for those items.

- Joker amiibo: 10k
- Dragon Quest Hero amiibo: 8k
- Cadence of Hyrule: 30k

Along with that, we have word that some of the Super Mario, Splatoon, and Legend of Zelda amiibo are going to see restocks as well. As a matter of fact, some of the Zelda amiibo have already made their way to retailers. This restock seems to be France-only for the time being.

Joker and Hero amiibo officially dated for North America, Japan, and Europe

Start saving now!

Nintendo has revealed the release dates for the Smash Bros. Ultimate Joker and Hero amiibo. In North America, fans will be able to pick the duo up on Oct. 2nd, 2020. When it comes to Japan, they'll be available Sept. 25th, 2020. No word on the European date at this time.

UPDATE - Nintendo of Europe has confirmed a Sept. 25th, 2020 release as well.

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