A few months back, we dropped a list of each Super Smash Bros. series amiibo figure and a rough estimate of its current value in the second-hand market. Today, we’re continuing that trend with the Super Mario series of figurines — in other words, the ones with red bases! We’ve got a list of each character, their stock history, and a general range of their out of box prices. If you’re looking to start a Super Mario amiibo collection, you’ve come to the right place! Remember to check out our Super Smash Bros. and Splatoon amiibo price guides while you’re here.
Have you trained a Pokémon Trainer amiibo before? In case you missed our guide, here’s a quick recap. Even though Squirtle, Ivysaur, and Charizard each have their own base AI, they pull from the same set of training data. This is also true for Pyra and Mythra: they pull from the same training data, which means you have to teach both fighters to use the same moves. Luckily, we’ve got you covered with an in-depth guide that’ll help you find a workaround! If you’re ready to go, then let’s jump right into today’s training!
At the time of writing, Splatoon 3 is still in full swing, and there are plenty of Splatfests left to participate in! That means you should be as ready as can be, and Ability Chunks are a great way to upgrade your gear and increase your chances of winning a competitive match. Unfortunately, Splatoon 3’s in-game Ability Chunk descriptions are sometimes vague or outright lacking detail. Today, we’ll be going over what each type of Ability Chunk does and how to make the most of each one!
Kirby’s Return to Dream Land Deluxe is a full remake of the Wii title from 2011. In the context of 100% completion, the original version of Return to Dream Land was already one of the more involved games in the series. It’s the only modern Kirby game with an Extra Mode, after all! The Switch version of the game is even more complicated to fully complete — luckily, we’ve compiled a list of tasks that count and don’t count towards 100% completion. Let’s get started!
For the most part, wild Shiny hunting is easier than ever in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet! All you’ve got to do is make a sandwich and run around for a few minutes until the Pokémon you’re looking for appears. However, if you’re trying to Shiny hunt Zorua, Zoroark, or Ditto, things are a bit more difficult — they disguise themselves in the overworld, and don’t appear Shiny until you encounter them. We’ve put together a list of tips to Shiny hunt these elusive Pokémon anyway, so let’s get right into it!