As expected, it was officially released yesterday the Banjo-Kazooie amiibo from the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate collection along with Terry’s and Byleth’s. Well, it seems that a trend that has gone viral consists of taking pictures of the bottom part.
What is this about? Well, everything seems to be due to the fact that, at the base, the copyright of Microsoft
Here are some examples:
Isn’t it too interesting to see Nintendo and Microsoft lined up behind the banjo figure? pic.twitter.com/tTvQvUvBMy
— Shishamo (@sya_mo) March 26, 2021
Some things I noticed, first, the Jiggy that’s used as a stand for the figure is actually off shape compared to the regular Jiggy shape, which is odd but doesn’t bother me at all. Second, it’s cool seeing Microsoft’s name on a nintendo product! Overall, great Amiibo. pic.twitter.com/rig2QVyzxJ
— ❄Crafty❄- Kinda bored with life ngl (@Craffie_) March 26, 2021
On the bottom of the Banjo & Kazooie amiibo, there’s a Microsoft copyright. The Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Start Menu has Microsoft labeled under the copyrights—so this isn’t shocking at all, but it’s an interesting to see “Microsoft” on an amiibo. Steve’s will be the same. pic.twitter.com/LVzaldvtyC
— Dan’s Nintendo Feed (@TheNintendoFeed) March 26, 2021
The amiibo of Terry It is copyrighted by SNK but does not appear to have had the same effect. It will be necessary to see if the same thing is repeated with Steve of Minecraft. What do you think?