Amazon Japan has started taking international orders for the upcoming Splatoon 2 amiibo.
Nintendo has filed for a rather interesting new trademark related to toys in Japan.
As you know, staying at home during the coronavirus outbreak could be a little boring at times.
My Nintendo Store Japan has reopened orders for the Animal Crossing amiibo cards, which have been selling out worldwide since the launch of Animal Crossing: New Horizons.
In Xenoblade Chronicles 3D, there was a mode called Collection Mode, which could be accessed by using various amiibo figures.
Tencent has applied for barcodes for several amiibo figurines in China.
Since the launch of Animal Crossing: New Horizons, there has been a surge in demand for Animal Crossing amiibo cards, as they could help invite your favorite villagers to live with your on your island.
As many fans will know, scanning amiibo cards in Animal Crossing: New Horizons allows one to invite specific villagers to live on their island. Of course, this has made cards of certain villagers very sought-after…and of course, very expensive to obtain.