Tagged With amiibo

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With Legend of Zelda Amiibo figures perpetually sold out and fetching prohibitively high prices on eBay, many fans are turning to bootlegged "Amiibo cards" instead. Many sellers of these cards see themselves not as mere pirates, but as modern-day Robin Hoods, providing fans with the in-game content that Nintendo won't sell them.

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For a business that once looked like they were abandoning gaming altogether, Target has done a pretty good job of appealing to gamers with some heavy discounts. Their Ebay store offerings before Christmas were some of the best all year, something many of you took advantage of.

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They're now apparently in the process of clearing out a good deal of gaming stock, from consoles to games.

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Amiibo usually retail at $17.95 and I'd wager a number of you have gone flat-out broke trying to collect them all.

Good news: JB Hi-Fi is kicking off a sale tomorrow (Thursday March 24) and selling all its amiibo stock for $10 each, while stocks last. It's gonna be a bloodbath.