Question: What Is The Point Of Amiibo?

Amiibo can be used in other games to unlock certain things but they won’t store data in the Amiibo like Super Smash Bros does.

In Mario Kart 8 they’ll unlock alternate costumes, and for Hyrule Warriors they’ll unlock new weapons.

What is the point of Amiibo in Smash Bros?

Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U: amiibo. Essentially, amiibo™ are character figures that allow you to connect directly to your amiibo-compatible games. Super Smash Bros for Wii U can read your amiibo and transform them into what we call “figure players” that will join the battle with–or against–you!

What is Amiibo used for?

Amiibos are small figures that look like video game characters and hide the ability to unlock some fun surprises in many of your favorite Nintendo games. Amiibo is Nintendo’s line of toys-to-life figurines that can be used to unlock features in many games for several different Nintendo platforms.

Are Amiibos worth it?

If you only focus on the games/characters you like, then yes. It’s worth it if it brings you joy to have and display them. For the foreseeable future it looks like Nintendo will continue supporting in-game amiibo functionality, but honestly, the in-game amiibo bonuses aren’t that great.

What is the rarest Amiibo?

With only a few in circulation and such a high price tag, the legless Princess Peach is the rarest Amiibo in the world.

Can you play as your Amiibo?

Some titles allow you to play as your amiibo character. For example, in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, you can battle, train, and level up your amiibo character. Select “Smash” mode from the main menu, then on the character select screen, tap the GamePad to send your amiibo into battle.

Do Amiibo learn after 50?

Having your own amiibo fight against other figurines is the fastest way for them to level up. Once an amiibo reaches level 50, it doesn’t stop learning. Nintendo claims that if an opponent is capable of beating an amiibo using good tactics then the latter will still learn to adopt these tactics itself.