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Got all the current amiibo figures preordered? Good. Get ready for the next wave.
Nintendo has announced the official next wave of amiibo figures we can expect to see in stores as of September 11, or rather the amiibo figures we'll be desperately seeking after they've long since sold out and the scalpers have them all in their grubby little paws.
This wave will be released on September 11, featuring several fan favorites and others, which players will recognize from the Super Smash Bros. series. You can bet you'll see these guys flying off the shelves quicker than you can say "It's-a me, Mario!" and that's because life has slowly devolved into a hideous montage of amiibo collecting and price gouging. Or maybe that's just me.
In the lineup for September you'll find Zero Suit Samus, Bowser Jr., Ganondorf, Olimar, and Dr. Mario. You'll also see the special and impossibly awesome 30th Anniversary Mario Classic Color amiibo, which looks like it jumped right out of the world of 8-bit and into the real one. In addition, on September 25, a special Retro three-pack will launch, with R.O.B., the Duck Hunt dog and duck, and Mr. Game & Watch amiibo figures together in one place. That means it's easier to snap them up (probably not, just kidding) but it'll be a prettier penny to do so.
As far as when you can expect these figures to become available for preorder, you need only look up into the sun until you can look no longer and wait for Nintendo to beam this information directly into your mind. Or you can wait until the various retailers who will be carrying the figures to post the information online. As you're likely well aware, this is done in a rather scattershot manner and it's never truly clear as to when you'll be able to expect some figures to go up, so you'll probably want to prowl your favorite amiibo news ticker or subreddit to get the information you want.
But those aren't all the amiibo figures coming out, no sir. Three additional figures based on Mii Fighters will be launching as a three-pack this November as well. Don't forget about the 30th Anniversary Mario Modern Color figure either, because it's still pending a North American launch. And what of the North American launch for the Yoshi's Woolly World amiibo figures I so desperately need in my life? Those are going to cause some riots, that's for sure.
It's not even yet the middle of August and it's likely people are thinking of the best ways to attack shopping for these adorable little figures, and it's no secret that Nintendo must be making an astronomical amount of money off of us, yet they refuse to create more, or more of the ones fans are clamoring for. I look at my shelf teeming with them and I still have yet to procure a Ness, but I see Pac-Man floating around nearly every Toys "R" Us I go to. Meanwhile, Walmart seems to retain the very same stock that was around at the beginning of all this madness, and it makes little to no sense to me.