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Nintendo Ocarina of Time amiibo Link figure

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Ocarina of time has got to be by far my favorite Zelda games of all time. It had everything that I could ever hope and dream of all bundled up into one beautiful Nintendo 64 cartridge. Now, Nintendo has gone out and made an amiibo figure for my absolute favorite version of Link. The Nintendo Ocarina of Time amiibo Link figure features 17 year old Link playing the famous Ocarina of Time. Link is in a standing position, with his Master sword sheathed, and his shield on his back, Link looks calm and peaceful while playing this lovely instrument. You can relive all of your favorite moments in the Ocarina series with the Nintendo Ocarina of Time amiibo Link figure! This Link figure is for anyone ages 6 and older, and is $12.99 MSRP.

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Nintendo 8-bit Link Legend of Zelda amiibo figure

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You can check out the zoolert tracker for the Nintendo 8-bit Link Legend of Zelda amiibo figure

If you loved the original 8-Bit Zelda game on the NES then Nintendo has a treat for you! The Nintendo 8 bit Link Legend of Zelda amiibo figure looks just like his videogame counterpart. He is made up of tiny blocks to give him that pixilated look. You can relive all of the wonderful memories you had as a kid with this version of Link. With nothing more than his shield and sword you can help link journey out into the mystical world of Hyrule. Here he will fight off evil, make new friends, and save princess Zelda from the evil clutches of Ganon. The memories of your favorite Zelda moments can be relived with the Nintendo 8-bit Link Legend of Zelda amiibo figure. The 8-bit Link figure is for kids ages 6 and older, and is $12.99 MSRP.

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Nintendo Toon Link/Zelda Wind Waker amiibo 2-Pack

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A new line up of amiibo figures are hitting stores. The Nintendo Toon Link/Zelda Wind Waker amiibo 2-Pack is a great addition to any amiibo collection. The set has Toon Link and Toon Zelda from the Wind Waker series. In this amiibo set Toon Link is holding the Wind Waker. A powerful tool used to control the winds; while Zelda is wearing the ornamentation of the royal family. Both figures have their own unique style, and are posed to represent their character. Toon Zelda and Toon Link are finally here to collect in amiibo form, and now you can purchase them both in one bundle with the Nintendo Toon Link/Zelda Wind Waker amiibo 2-Pack set. This amiibo set is recommended for kids ages 6+, and is $24.99 MSRP.

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Nintendo amiibo

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Nintendo is introducing a new way to experience gaming through character figurines known as amiibo ($12.99). Players can connect their amiibo with compatible Wii U games so that their amiibo can interact with the game. To connect your amiibo to the game, all you have to do is hold the amiibo over the Wii U gamepad. The first set of amiibo that will come out are amiibos for the Super Smash Bros. game on the Wii U.

Among these amiibo are some of our favorite heroes and heroines such as Mario, Peach, and Yoshi from the Super Mario series, Pikachu from the Pokemon series, Samus Aran from the Metroid series, Marth from Fire Emblem, Link from the Legend of Zelda, Fox from Star Fox, Kirby, and Donkey Kong. However, we have some other familiar faces such as the Villager from Animal Crossing and the Wii Fit Trainer from the Wii Fit games.

An example of how these amiibos will work is that connecting the amiibos while playing Super Smash Bros. will allow you to fight against, fight with, or watch it fight against other characters. Your amiibo will be able to increase its attack and defense and also learn new fighting techniques and its leveling capabilities will be capped at level 50. All the changes that are made to the amiibo are then stored on the amiibo itself.

If you’re interested in checking out Nintendo’s new amiibo gaming experience, check out our tracker for the figures here!

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The Legend of Zelda – Skyward Sword

The Legend of Zelda – Skyward Sword will be released on December 31, 2011 – for $49.99

One of the biggest story franchises in the history of gaming is going to achieve unbelievable new heights. The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword is not only going to take the epic adventure of Link and put it into a simple game but this time Nintendo is going to make the game so that you can actually control Link’s sword with your Wii remote! With the Legend of Zelda – Skyward Sword you no longer use the action button to swing your sword. Now all you have to do is swing your Wii remote to make Link use his sword. With every swing, slash or thrust you could do some massive damage with your remote.

But even with all of these new improvements Nintendo didn’t leave out the fact that the Legend of Zelda has one of the best adventures ever. With a massive world to explore you can discover new landscapes, find new weapons and solve puzzles. With the new Legend of Zelda Skyward Sword you can do more than just play a game. You can interact with it as well. And that is what sets this game apart from most of the other adventure games out their!

*Keep in mind the game requires a Wii motion plus to play this game*

You can pre-order this game now at:
Game Stop, Wal-Mart, and Best Buy

You can pre-order this game now at Amazon: