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Posted: 11/18/14, 00:30:29 by 
amiibo is certainly turning out to be a big thing in Nintendo's eyes. Whether or not the rewards for utilizing each amiibo is worthy to you, Nintendo plans to implement all sorts of bonuses. It appears right now that every amiibo is meant to do 'something' in each game though games not featuring certain characters may have more limited uses or lesser-valued ones. We've had plenty of threads on here for amiibo and I'm sure that will continue. Still, I wanted to establish a general discussion thread that doesn't have a specific focus or thought. We'll also use this thread for informing the forums about upcoming news regarding new waves of amiibo or new compatibility. Enjoy! Tell us which amiibo you're planning to get! To get the party started, here are the various waves of amiibo on their way, compatibility information from Nintendo's website, and various links to other threads regarding amiibo... (more)
Posted: 10/24/14, 02:17:13 by 
Kingdom II... demolished... (more)
Posted: 10/19/14, 23:20:10 by 
It's time for the Elite 8!.. (more)
Posted: 10/19/14, 22:45:27 by 
Perhaps it's not surprising that the bracket which had the most N64 representation also had two N64 stages enter the Elite 8... (more)
Posted: 10/18/14, 03:29:35 by 
Metroid and Earthbound make it to the next round... and it's not the Earthbound I expected! Both are Melee stages!.. (more)
Posted: 10/17/14, 04:44:55 by 
Cue the opening chest jingle... Two Zelda stages make it to the next round!.. (more)
Posted: 10/17/14, 04:36:30 by 
Narrower and narrower the choices... with some of the series' best stages!.. (more)
Posted: 10/15/14, 05:07:34 by 
Narrower and narrower the choices... and with two possible Earthbound stages at the helm!.. (more)
Posted: 10/14/14, 22:33:41 by 
Bayonetta seems to be an interesting game in that even among my "social justice warrior" and "feminist" friends there seems to be a divide on whether it has problematic / sexist elements or is empowering with its strong female lead (or in the opinion of some, both maybe?) I had some vague ideas of talking about this but didn't really have much of a sense of what to talk about when I noticed a female friend of mine on Twitter make a comment about how men should step back and let women's voices be heard more on these issues involving representations of women. So I thought... good point!.. (more)
Posted: 10/13/14, 06:50:28 by 
Star Fox and Super Mario Bros. 2 are the remaining franchises in the Bumper Bracket... (more)
Posted: 10/13/14, 06:38:12 by 
Narrower and narrower the choices... (more)
Posted: 10/10/14, 23:22:43 by 
Two N64 stages made it out alive... and some incredible representations of their franchises remain... (more)
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