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ARMS is great for the multiplayer aspects but the single player content is lacking, I personally wouldn't buy it for single player alone. But apart from that the core game play is super fun once you get used to it and understand the game, defs check it out and see if it's something you would be interested in!
This is a new intellectual property for Nintendo, and holds similarities with what they tried to do with Splatoon (and soon Splatoon 2) in that it is a 'kid friendly' take on a very popular genre. The game is great fun, with excellent depth, which rewards repeat plays. The online connection has been rock solid for me and friends have really enjoyed when they have been round. Though you can do motion controls, the pro controller is a bit easier if you want to get competitive!
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.
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.
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.
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