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A restock of the Zelda & Loftwing amiibo is available thanks to Amazon. The retailer is accepting new orders here. We wanted to confirm that this would remain live for some time before posting, and we can confirm it’s been up for several hours.

While the figure is certainly nice to look at, it offers compatibility with The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD. Players can scan the amiibo from anywhere on the surface world to quickly travel to the sky, and it even works within dungeons. Then by scanning it again above the clouds, you can return to the same spot on the surface.

The Zelda & Loftwing amiibo has been sought after even before launch, as pre-orders quickly sold out and many have been anticipating a restock. It was then somewhat difficult to obtain on release day. Further complicating things is that Nintendo said in July that the figure was “impacted by unforeseen shipping delays.” The company therefore only had a “small portion” of stock available for its July 16 debut. Further shipments were delayed until August. 

Fortunately, we’ve slowly started to see the Zelda & Loftwing amiibo return to retailers over the past couple of weeks. Based on Amazon’s availability, you should be able to have an easier time placing an order.


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Nintendo Japan is selling an amiibo bundle to coincide with the release of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate on December 7. If you're lucky enough, you can grab one of these collector boxes with 63 amiibo featuring the fighters in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

As listed on Amazon Japan this mega box of amiibo features nearly every fighter in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate including the upcoming amiibo for new fighters like Inklin, Ridley, K. Rool, and Piranha Plant. The box set also includes a nice poster, but I imagine that's secondary to the buttload of amiibo you'll get in the collection.

This is a super limited edition set with Amazon only selling 50 of these bundles. That's right, only 50 customers will be able to snag an order for one of these amiibo sets.

No word on release date or price, but the amiibo for Ridley and K. Rool aren't set to ship until February so there's no guarantee this set will ship out in December. The sale goes live on the same day Super Smash Bros. Ultimate comes out but that's about all the info we have.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is Nintendo's latest installment of the Smash series for the Nintendo Switch. It includes every character previously available in a Smash game, as well as a couple more. Though for some players it still lacks the characters they want in Smash Bros. like Waluigi. But don't worry, Nintendo hears you loud and clear.

Check out our extensive preview of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, or our Super Smash Bros. Ultimate guide for the latest trailers, roster news, and more.

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Where to Buy 'Metroid Dread' for Nintendo Switch And How to Get Your Hands On the Amiibo

After an excruciating wait of nearly two decades, Metroid Dread is finally available on the Nintendo Switch.

Officially announced at this year's E3 conference, this side-scrolling adventure is the long-awaited follow up to 2002's Metroid Fusion. While there have been multiple spin-offs in the intervening years, this game picks up right where Fusion left off and continues the tale of Samus Aran as she battles against a robotic force on the planet ZDR.

To coincide with the title's launch, Nintendo has also released a pair of Metroid Dread amiibo. These toys-to-life products will come bundled in a two-piece set and deliver some fun in-game perks.

The first amiibo is modelled after Samus and can be scanned to give you a health boost once per day. Meanwhile, scanning the E.M.M.I. amiibo will expand your total missile capacity so that you are packing even more firepower.

If you are in the market for either Metroid Dread itself, or its amiibo toys, then we would suggest looking at the following retailers.

Metroid Dread and Amiibo Pack at Best Buy

You can pick up a physical copy of Metroid Dread from Best Buy. Unfortunately, the special edition (which comes with a steel case, a collection of art cards and a book laying out the history of the franchise) is sold out.

As for the amiibo, the two-piece set is available for collection at select Best Buy locations. If you want the $29.99 bundle, then you will need to check the inventory levels of nearby stores (using the ZIP-code search field) as it cannot be ordered for delivery.

Check Metroid Dread stock at Best Buy

Metroid Dread and Amiibo Pack at Amazon

Not only can you add Metroid Dread to your Amazon basket, but the special edition is listed for $87.99 too. When it comes to the latter, supplies are dwindling fast, so you might want to place your order before it is too late.

A product page has been set up for the amiibo 2-pack as well, but you cannot buy it just yet. That being said, Amazon does allow independent third parties to trade on its website, and so there are a few second-hand figurines up for grabs. Of course, these are significantly overpriced, with some of the amiibo bundles costing upwards of $70.

On a related note, Amazon is one of your best bets at the moment for getting your hands on a Nintendo Switch OLED model. For more details about this, read our separate update here.

Check Metroid Dread stock at Amazon.

Metroid Dread and Amiibo Pack at Costco

Physical copies of Metroid Dread are being sold at Costco, but these are for members only.

You will therefore need to sign up for the retailer's loyalty scheme (at the cost of $60 per year) if you want to make a purchase. Given that the title is readily available at several other outlets, it is probably not worth registering for a Costco membership just to buy Metroid Dread.

As for the Metroid Dread amiibo, these are not listed anywhere on Costco's website.

Check Metroid Dread stock at Costco

Metroid Dread and Amiibo Pack at Walmart

Although the special edition is not in stock, you can get a unique Metroid Dread bundle from Walmart that ships with a themed mug.

This will set you back $59.88, which is oddly enough the same price that the marketplace will charge you for a standalone copy of the game. As such, you might as well get the cup if it is not going to make a difference to the overall cost.

Check Metroid Dread stock at Walmart

Metroid Dread and Amiibo Pack at Target

Physical copies of Metroid Dread are in stock at Target (as well as digital codes if you just want to gift it to somebody else), but the amiibo set is currently displaying as sold out.

Check Metroid Dread stock at Target

Metroid Dread and Amiibo Pack at Antonline

You can buy Metroid Dread from Antonline for the standard cost of $59.99. However, the special edition is not listed on the website, nor is the amiibo collection.

Check Metroid Dread stock at Antonline

Metroid Dread and Amiibo Pack at Newegg

Newegg is selling Metroid Dread on the Nintendo Switch for $59.99. While you are able to pick up the game itself, the amiibo collection is not for sale at the time of writing.

Check Metroid Dread stock atNewegg

Metroid Dread and Amiibo Pack at GameStop

GameStop has established designated product pages for the Metroid Dread special edition and the amiibo 2-pack. Unfortunately, both items are sold out at the time of writing.

You can still buy the standard version of the game though, with it going for the usual price of $59.99.

Check Metroid Dread stock atGameStop

Metroid Dread and Amiibo Pack at the Nintendo Store

Surprisingly, one place where you cannot get a physical copy of Metroid Dread is Nintendo's own official storefront.

The website is distributing t-shirts and other assorted merchandise, but the game itself is not for sale and neither is the amiibo pack.

Of course, you can always just buy a digital copy of Metroid Dread from the Nintendo eShop on your Switch device.

Check Metroid Dread stock at the Nintendo Store.

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Nintendo's Amiibo Figures Explained - What are They and How to Use Them in Games?

Released in November, Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity offered The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild fans a look at the events that occurred 100 years prior--namely, the war fought by Link, Zelda, and the four Champions of Hyrule. The game's launch led to the re-release of the four Breath of the Wild Champions Amiibo, and while the collectibles have only been available at Best Buy recently, all four are currently back in stock at Amazon.

The Champions Amiibo include each of the four heroes that star in both Breath of the Wild and Age of Calamity: Daruk, the Goron Champion; Revali, the Rito Champion; Mipha, the Zora Champion; and Urbosa, the Gerudo Champion. Originally released in 2017 for Breath of the Wild, each of the four Amiibo are available to buy again, though it's curious that Amazon is just now getting stock, months after the release of Age of Calamity. In any case, you can buy them for $16 each.

While Amiibo are neat collectibles to have, they also have in-game functionality. The Champions Amiibo can be used with The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild to unlock various bonuses. Daruk will gift you the Vah Rudania Divine Helm (with Flame Guard Level 1), while Revali will unlock the Van Medoh Divine Helm (with Cold Resistance Level 1). Mipha will grant you the Van Ruta Divine Helm (with Swim Speed Up Level 1), while Urbosa will get you the Vah Naboris Divine Helm (with Electricity Resistance Level 1). Each of the Divine Helms will trigger a set bonus when you equip them with the Ancient Cuirass and Ancient Greaves, and each figure will also unlock randomized in-game materials and weapons.

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How to Order Amiibo from Amazon Japan (Step-by-Step Tutorial)

How to Order Amiibo from Amazon Japan (Step-by-Step Tutorial)

Japanese Amiibo for sale

Looking to purchase a Japanese exclusive amiibo? You can now buy Japanese amiibo online. This blog post will cover how to order amiibo from Amazon Japan and other websites from Japan to have it delivered to your country. Brand new, second-hand and pre-order will be covered in an easy to follow instruction. I highly recommend taking a look at second-hand amiibos, as most of them will look like new and sometimes good deals can be found.

Register for a free Amazon Japan account

To purchase stuff from Amazon Japan, a separate Amazon Japan account is required. Amazon accounts from the USA, Canada, UK and other countries can’t be used. Registration is a simple process, just an email is needed initially to open an account.

Dedicated Amiibo Amazon Japan page for International Shipping

Amiibo is not available for international shipping? (Please fill out the form below)

Fill out the form below and you’ll receive a price quote. Most of the time within a few minutes to an hour.  We ship worldwide from Japan.

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Brand New Amiibo

  • To browse through brand new Amiibo from Amazon Japan, the first thing you need to do is switch the language from Japanese to English. One downside of using this method is not all Japanese will be translated into English. This issue can be fixed by using Google Chrome browser.

amiibo amazon japan to english

  • If you need it switched to another language, Google Chrome browser is highly recommended. From the Amiibo page, scroll down until you see the New & Used on the left-hand side (see the image below).

brand new and used amiibo

Second-Hand (Used) Amiibo

  • To find used items, just follow the same steps as the above and click on an item of interest.

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  • For this example, Inkling boy amiibo was selected.

used select item of interest

  • From the product page, scroll down a bit until you see Used. Click on it to see all the used items available and to read the description for each item.

amiibo product page

  • Make sure to read the description for the used items as they provide what is wrong with an item (if any) and what is included. The condition of the items will be in Japanese, so the first thing to do is copy the Japanese text and head over to and paste the text.

used item description

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Metroid Dread has landed: where to buy the Special Edition and amiibo

Metroid Dread has officially landed, with Samus making her debut on Nintendo Switch today (8th October). For those who have been holding on to hope for a release after 20 years, here's where you can secure a copy of Metroid Dread and where you can buy the Metroid Dread Special Edition.

Announced as part of this year's E3 Nintendo Direct, the 2D adventure marks the fifth mainline entry in the Metroid series. Following on after the events of Metroid Fusion, Samus is up to her usual shenanigans descending onto an unknown planet to investigate a mysterious transmission. Naturally, the place is full of dangerous alien lifeforms, mechanical adversaries and a series of locations she can only explore with the right tools.

Based on the game's first trailer and gameplay deep dive, developer Mercury Steam has taken a lot on board from its work on Metroid: Samus Returns for the 3DS. We see the return of melee attacks, the melee counter and free aim features. Additionally, Samus can now dive, wall climb and must make use of stealth tactics to escape the indestructible E.M.M.I robots that hound her.

Metroid Dread Special Edition


The Metroid Dread Special Edition includes a copy of the game, a steelbook case, a 190-page 2D Metroid franchise artbook and a set of five holographic art cards featuring box art from across the series.

It'll set you back £79.99/€99.99/$89.99. Here are all the retailers with available Metroid Dread Special Edition stock:

Metroid Dread Standard Edition


The Metroid Dread Standard Edition just includes a copy of the game. The RRP is £49.99/€59.99/$59.99, though some stores have already dropped it in price. In most cases, these retailers take money on dispatch so you can always secure one at a price you like now and cancel later should you change your mind.

Here are all the retailers stocking Metroid Dread:

Metroid Dread amiibo


Alongside the game announcement, Nintendo also confirmed a pair of Metroid Dread amiibo will be released alongside the game.

The Samus amiibo can be scanned to grant you an extra energy tank in-game, then you'll be able to scan it once per day to get a health boost. The E.M.M.I. amiibo, meanwhile, will give you a Missle+ tank to increase your maximum missile capacity and then can be scanned once per day to replenish your missile stock.

That's all the Metroid Dread info we have for you right now! Of course, we'll continue to update the page as we spot more listings at various retailers. You can also check out the latest on Game & Watch: The Legend of Zelda pre-orders and all the best Nintendo Switch Prime Day deals we're expecting to see while you're here.

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