The next wave of Smash amiibo are almost here, and we’ve got the full scoop on where they’re available for preorder. If you’ve been out of the amiibo game for a while, you should know that the quality of amiibo now versus when they were first introduced is night and day. The newer ones are more detailed, with better sculpts, paint, and poses.
If you were hoping to add a Piranha Plant amiibo to your collection, you’re out of luck. For the time being, the plucky plant is sold out at all the major online retailers. That doesn’t mean you should plunk down a sum of money to get one on the grey market just yet. There’s a good chance Nintendo will release more. Trust me. I paid… more than asking… for a Japanese ROB last time around.
Because Crackdown 3’s modes are so different (and we didn’t get access to multiplayer ahead of time), I reviewed each of them separately. You can find the individual reviews below for my in-depth thoughts on each piece.
This final, full Verdict and score at the bottom covers the entirety of Crackdown 3, but is not an average of the two. Though the Wrecking Zone multiplayer is bad, it’s such a tiny slice of the whole package that its presence doesn’t weigh Crackdown 3 down too much.
The more the merrier.
Sure enough, there was a DLC announcement at EVO Japan 2019, which recently took place in Fukuoka.
Arc System Works revealed Naoto Kurogane (BlazBlue: Central Fiction), Teddie (Persona 4 Arena), Seth (Under Night In-Birth) and Heart Aino (Arcana Heart 3) will all join BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle as DLC fighters this Spring in Japan.
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