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Here’s A Look At The Animal Crossing Series 4 amiibo Card Album

Fans of amiibo cards in Europe and Australia will be able to get their hands on a new card album when the fourth series of Animal Crossing amiibo cards lands on June 18. In the meantime, you can take a look at the upcoming album in the picture below. Series 4 of the Animal Crossing amiibo cards will first launch in North America on June 10.

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6 comments

  1. These cards are a waste of money. Real amiibo are SO much better. Besides, I hate anything that’s random, and you don’t know what you’re getting. That’s what always sucked about trading cards. You spend the money on them, only to open them up and find out you already have them all.

    Some of those random Nintendo toys are that same dumb way. Like those ones that come in those little balls with the holes in them. And you don’t know which figure is inside. I actually popped some of those open in stores just to make sure the figure was one I didn’t have. Then I’d search for the scotch tape isle and tape the plastic wrapping back onto the ball (when it was one I already had). I did something similar with a few Super Mario K’Nex mystery bags before. They should NOT make figures etc. and not let people know what they’re buying. That’s not right.

    1. -||Well these cards just like Pogs are meant to be traded with others that don’t have what you have and vice versa||-

      -||However, seeing as how anti-social humans are today then I guess it is a waste of resources||-

  2. Don’t really see the complaints, here. I always expected Nintendo to make some amiibo in card form. Nintendo first started as a card company in the 1800s and they’ve always tried to sprinkle in their roots into many things that they do (e.g.: Pokémon cards, GBA e-cards, and now amiibo cards).

    If they’re making just as much money (or more) as they make their hanafuda cards, then this trend isn’t going to go away. Ever (and seeing how they’re still making more, it looks like they really are succeeding). And besides, they’re still making (and announced) more amiibo figures, so it’s not like they’re going to stick with the cards.

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