Featuring a unique multiplayer fighting sport that lets you trade blows using extendable arms, this game includes elements of both boxing and shooting games, plus an all-new cast of characters.
After customising a character with a variety of arms, the player holds one Joy-Con (sold separately) in each hand and throws left and right punches at the opponent.
Characters can jump and dash, and players can bend their punches by twisting their hands as they swing. As players learn the game and improve their skills, they will discover a deeper level of advanced tactics.
Players can compete against the computer, against a friend on a split screen using a second set of Joy-Con (sold separately), against worldwide rivals online, or with two Nintendo Switch consoles over a local wireless connection.
The first fighting game of its kind!
Plan strategic attacks using the Joy-Cons
In Nintendo's newest fighting game, throw punches and guide them midflight using the unique Joy-Con Controllers. Avoid incoming attacks with dashes, or trampoline high into the air to rain down fists from above. Power-up your punches to deal extra damage or curve your fists around obstacles to hit skittish opponents.
Choose your fighter!
Choose a fighting champion from around the world, equip your own combination of extendable arms, and then use a mix of button presses and quick hand motions to really take the fight to your opponent.
Fast-paced fun for everyone!
Fill up your special gauge to dish out devastating combinations and finish them off. Unleash your inner fighter!
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This game has an aesthetic that can be likened to Splatoon, another of Nintendo's new franchises. It is a beautiful looking for game both for it's graphical fidelity and design visuals of the characters and environments. Gameplay wise, it is a very goofy and whacky fighter that is enjoyable to play by yourself. However, it really shines when you have multiple joycons to share with friends or family. I personally have been enjoying this game with my wife for so many fun filled hours since I recently got the game. The only downside is that the game is no longer receiving updates and the current character roster is locked in, although the diversity of characters is still great beyond that fact.
Bought on sale recently and the game has undergone alot of free updates adding fighters and stages . Game is quick to get into and fights are quite fast and engaging . Local multiplayer is great with lots of control options . I found that using a controller was alot easier than motion controls. Would recommend the game however not at the full price as you can get similar costing games that offer better value in the long run
Arms is one of the less impressive Nintendo games on the switch. The game has a full rrp of $80 (not on OGS), and it has lacking single player content, and there isn't even a story. You can get into a lobby and play away, because the core gameplay is there and it's pretty good. There are just a few problems here and there, like the motion controls, and that they put you at a disadvantage, compared to controller. This game isn't a must buy for the switch unlike Zelda, Splatoon, and MK8, but for some people it could be.
I had fun with this for a few days . This game is more aimed at local and on-line players wishing to verse people to win. I am a solo player, and didn't get as much out of it as others. So for people who don't like to play competitive, keep in mind it has limited appeal. Looks gorgeous and runs smooth as expected from Nintendo pedigree.
A really solid multiplayer fighting game. I've used the motion controls once, and they were kind of ok, but since I've stuck with regular button controls. The online mode is great for short, relaxing play sessions. There's enough depth in the gameplay to make it good for competitive players too, which was a nice surprise. The single player mode is fine, and with the adjustable difficulty it makes it good for all player levels.
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