The Super Smash Bros. series amiibo figures were first released on November 21, 2014. Since then, the amiibo metagame has come a long way, with hundreds of participating trainers and even more individual entries. The age of Smash 4 is coming to a close, and now it’s time to compile a list of the ten most influential amiibo in the history of the metagame.
We’re not talking about fighters as a whole here: instead, we’re talking about individual trainers’ amiibo that contributed to the development of the metagame. Without further ado, let’s get started with what may be our final Smash 4 post.
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Copies of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate have surfaced in Mexico, and this has led to a full datamine of its files. Sure, we know more about the game’s customization options, World of Light, and online modes, but what we found out about amiibo training was absolutely astonishing. As it turns out, the Super Smash Bros. developers took everything we know about amiibo training and threw it directly into the garbage can. Please note; this post contains spoilers on previously unrevealed amiibo functionality. We aren’t going to discuss World of Light at all, so if you’re trying to avoid spoilers for it, you’re safe.
P.S. – Our Discord server is rife with discussion on the new amiibo mechanics. If you have any questions regarding this information or amiibo training in general, feel free to join!
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Exion’s Super Smash Bros. 4 amiibo tier list was first released in early 2016! It received revisions on a regular basis for three years before receiving its final update on June 25, 2018. Now that Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is alive and well, this list doesn’t hold much relevance to the present-day metagame. With that in mind, we’re republishing the final revision of Smash 4’s tier list as a historical archive for your reference. If you’re looking for the Smash Ultimate list but wound up here instead, please follow this link.
Continue reading Super Smash Bros. 4 – amiibo Tier List (June 2018)