Nintendo's Smash Bros. Amiibo Box Contains 63 Figurines

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Once again, the announcer is back for Super Smash Bros. There are tons to collect, and trying to find them all can be a daunting task.

Unless you began collecting Smash amiibo when the original Wii U and 3DS versions were released a number of years ago, the task of collecting every single one featured in Super Smash Bros. The bad news? There are only 50.

According to Japanese Nintendo, Amazon's Japan website will be stocking a special Smash Bros. amiibo storage box. All in all, it's a good watch if you've missed some of Nintendo's Ultimate-focused Directs and need to caught up before the game releases next month.

The pricing still remains unknown for special box set, but it will be up for purchase on December 7 at 6:00pm JST. No price has been announced, but with amiibo typically going for $12.99 each, this could end up being over $600 United States dollars (not even factoring in yen conversion and shipping costs).

Other amiibo slated for release in late 2019 include Ken, Young Link, Isabelle, Pichu and Daisy.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate combines many stages and new items, with gameplay that makes it easy for players of all skill levels to jump in.

Alongside the bundle, Super Smash Bros. There's no word on a Western release.

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