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The Pokemon trading card game could end up beings the amiibo cards for Pokemon, just like the E-reader Pokemon cards way back when. Huh, that's really intriguing stuff. But I wouldn't put it past Nintendo that they simply have a little insider gag going here.
Kinda no surprise there in the speculation, the coding stuffs are always interesting! It's unlikely they'll get that far, but in case they want all of our money and blood then everything it's already set!
I'll take them in preferably figurine form, but cards will work too, we just need more functionality in games for them! We demand shiny forms of all Pokemon. Oh and also you will need shelves. Each one can nicely display 12 figures. So and 1, divided by 12 is 60 or shelves.
There, what you have been asking for! When parents all over the world cry in agony, I will tell them 'it was his idea and he is a parent too! I think it's more likely that Nintendo is just keeping their Amiibo options open in the coding rather than already having specific plans for all of them. I can't wait to see people mad at not being able to get something ridiculous like Nosepass or something completely mundane like Finneon. If this happened, I'd personally just get my favourites, Ludicolo, Rotom, Galvantula and then move on with my life.
There's no way I could "catch 'em all". Maybe I'd also get the overly silly ones as well; I'd get Exeggcute so I could say I had an official Nintendo figurine depicting an angry pile of eggs. Wasn't there actually something like that for the e-reader?
Aren't they planning to make animal crossing card amiibo's? I can definitely see the pokemon trading cards hanf amiibo function, or just pokemon card amiibo's happening. In a future pokemon game, it could be a VERY interesting thing to have!
Trotinator The cards will likely cost considerably less. But wait, are we going to get Mega Evolved Pokemon Amiibo? And what about Pokemon with different forms? I wonder if they'll ever continue the Rumble figures under the amiibo name? They seem totally forgotten about and it's really hard to find them now for a decent price. I'd love to see them do those smaller, budget figures again for something like Animal Crossing.
Cards are nice but the figures are what I'm after! They wouldn't need too much space for of these machines. More amiibo are coming. BakaKnight It does make sense. And rjejr , the "limited runs" may end up only applying to the figures.
If the chips are, in fact, identical in the cards, then a flexible system makes sense long-term. Though Apple probably already has dibs on that. I just read yesterday some quotes from Iwata - at least I think it was him - saying how "figures" where only 1 method of NFC usage and many other things were possible. It was probably from the financial stuff awhile back. They should embed them in rings so we can all be like the Mandarin.
What you're saying is they might do the same thing they did back in the early 's with the e-reader cards but this time with NFC instead of barcodes and a fancy name? Tap here to load 40 comments. Hold on there, you need to login to post a comment Staff Profile Twitter Reply. Although the writer reserved scepticism, this would stand to reason given what we think we know about the Mario Party related amiibo. And within all of the speculation, the following implication may be a dream come true, or a wallet destructive nightmare:.
The Pokemon characters also don't follow this ID convention as strictly. It would appear from the previous findings that these characters are all from different series, but that is actually not the case. For the Pokemon, the second byte represents a simple number, and the first byte represents a multiple of to add to that number, with 19 being 0, 1a being 1, and 1b being 2 These are the Pokemons' corresponding National Pokedex numbers.
You can read the whole of the post here. There are additional findings including the likelihood of Mii Fighter amiibo figurines, already planned Mario related series left unannounced, and the possibility for pre-planned, Nintendo related series we haven't yet heard about.
While this should all be considered rumour, the financial boon of the amiibo market perhaps makes these conclusions a matter of "when", not "if". Alan is a feature writer who has contributed to Kotaku, Nintendo Life and other prominent gaming sites. He has a background in psychology research, the science of creativity, and over 20 years of Nintendo gaming behind him.