Seven poses I’ll love for Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom Amiibo
Alongside The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, Nintendo has released a new Amiibo to celebrate the game. The figure, seen above looks great. You can literally imagine Link reaching into the grocery store freezer to get his puzzling favorite ice cream flavor hidden behind all the boxes of unsold strawberries. But what if the new Amiibo more accurately reflects a player’s time with the game?
Sometimes you’re on a mountainside and you accidentally shoot a bomb arrow into the wall two feet away from your face, fall to the ground and die, then take a screenshot right after the moment the UI disappears, but before the End Game screen appears. I think Link’s corpse-licking flames would look great in translucent red plastic.
I enjoyed an Amiibo of the moment when another character uttered the dumbest phrase in the entire game and Link had to be brave and stern and pretend that it was completely normal for a person. people to talk to and not react at all. You wouldn’t want to make anyone self-conscious.
Sometimes a cannon explosion is coming at you and you try to use Recall to send it back, but it doesn’t work and you get thrown into the sky. For this Amiibo, the base must be separate from the figure.
This is a safe place where we can all admit we’re impressed by Link’s quote, “I’m cold!” animated and sometimes made it happen intentionally. How about an Amiibo of that?
Tip: placing a Zonai bomb near your prepared balloon to explode a few seconds after you climb aboard doesn’t always go as it should. But it will be a great Amiibo.
Link looks silly driving the very simple car I built for him. I want an Amiibo version of it. It should have wheels.
I also made him a sand version of the same sled, but somehow he found it terrifying. I want that expression on my Amiibo.
What I like about this recommended Amiibo is that the Link will be upside down. As far as I know, no other Amiibo has an upside down character. There is a first time for everything.
To know more about Zelda, you can read Game Informer’s Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom reviewours Tips guide for beginnersours Interview with producer and director Eiji Aonuma and Hidemaro Fujibayashiand most relevant to this article, ours Guide to Zelda: Tears of the Amiibo Kingdom.