You may be aware the New 3DS features the capability of reading objects using the built in NFC feature within in the recently released handheld. In the amusing video, Mario is making some payments using his New 3DS and then scanning them into his handheld, which gives an ease of access to the red plumber. Watch the video below to get a better understanding of how the NFC feature is utilized to make payments on the New 3DS.
Still wondering where you’ll be able to get Amiibo’s in the stores? If you aren’t, you should. Why exactly? Many stores will be obtaining the Amiibo as an exclusive to their store, so you’ll have to keep an eye peeled out for that.
Luckily, we got you covered. Lucario, from the Pokemon series, will be an exclusive to retail store Toys “R” Us, announced by the company on their website. Lucario will be you’re only way to obtain the Pokemon in the United States, so if you plan on getting Lucario, be sure to plan a trip to the store soon.
Will you be getting Lucario despite the store exclusivity? Let us know in the comment section below.
Nintendo has revealed the 3rd wave of Amiibo’s that will be releasing for both Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS. The third line includes many anticipated characters, such as Mega Man and Sonic. Take a look below at all the new 11 characters that were recently revealed. These Amiibo’s shown are planned for a January 22th release date in Japan, for 1,200 Yen, although we wouldn’t be surprise if North America and Europe announce the release dates soon.
Here’s the individual close up photos for each fighter of this line.
With E3 coming to a close, Reggie Fils-Aime has revealed detail’s on how the pricing for Amiibo figures will be. Fils-Aime said that they will be similar price range compared to Disney Infinity and Activision’s Skylanders. With a short and concise answer given to the Seattle Times, Reggie had the following to say:
You can expect them to be comparable to the Disney and Skylander products that are on the market. -Reggie Fils-Aime
Given the answer, it should calm Nintendo fans (and parents) that the pricing for these figures won’t be so obscure. Disney Infinity toys and Skylanders usually range from $10-$15. How many figures do you plan on getting? Let us know in the comment section below!