This image is currently viewable on Nintendo of Europe's site (via Eurogamer). It appears to show new Animal Crossing Amiibo, as well as an old-school Mario for Mario Maker, alongside some Amiibo we know already. We're guessing they will make an official appearance at next week's Nintendo Direct.
Image Of New Animal Crossing, Mario Maker Amiibo Emerges
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