Category Archives: Banjo-Kazooie

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate – Banjo and Kazooie amiibo Guide

Welcome to our Banjo and Kazooie amiibo guide! Fans of their home series are in for a real treat: there’s finally some new Banjo & Kazooie merchandise, and it comes in the form of a (surprisingly well-made) amiibo figure. Here’s some even better news, then — Banjo & Kazooie’s Figure Player is solid. Not necessarily top-tier, but solid nonetheless. It does have one particularly disappointing AI quirk – that being it can’t tell when it’s out of Wonderwing uses. Before we continue, we have even more information on Banjo & Kazooie – including their strengths, weaknesses, matchups, and tournament representation – and you can find all of that over at their corresponding wiki page. Otherwise, let’s jump right into today’s training!

Special thanks to MiDe for contributing Banjo & Kazooie’s training information!

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The Banjo & Kazooie, Terry, and Byleth amiibo files have been accessed early

Thanks to jozz, who was able to provide us with character IDs, we’ve been able to access the Banjo & Kazooie, Terry, and Byleth amiibo files three months early. Which means we’ll have plenty of time to get fully accurate training guides all done up before the figures are even released! This follows Joker and Hero being spoofed two months early. Needless to say, we’re going to be working hard training up these new characters and seeing what they can do. Stay tuned for updates!

Banjo & Kazooie, Terry Bogard, and Byleth AI Predictions

Nintendo recently announced the release dates of the Banjo & Kazooie, Terry Bogard, and Byleth amiibo figures: March 26, 2021! That’s not as long a wait as we originally thought, so pretty soon we’re going to be hard at work labbing these new characters for three brand-new training guides!

It’s important to note that preliminary AI for Banjo, Terry, and Byleth already exists in the game’s files, but is only accessible via Switch modifications. We can’t use this AI to make training guides early, because it’s entirely possible that the developers update this AI before the amiibo are officially released. Instead, we’ll have to wait until the amiibo functionality is patched in. We’ll still get the guides out early, so no worries! In the meantime, we’re here today to make a few bold predictions about how these new characters might function. Of course, it’s possible that all of these predictions are totally off-base, but it’ll be interesting to go back and read this post again a few months in the future. Let’s see how accurate these wind up being!

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