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About the product
- Fight via simple motion and button controls
- Select from a variety of fighters
- Fight in arenas with unique obstacles
- Choose your arms carefully
- Rated “E10+” w/ Cartoon Violence
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The First Fighting Game of Its Kind!
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. Throw punches and guide them midflight to hit agile fighters, 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. Fill up your special gauge to dish out devastating combinations and finish them off. Unleash your inner fighter in this unbelievable sporting event!
Fight via simple motion and button controls
Grab onto your Joy-Con with a unique "thumbs-up" grip and use simple motions and button presses to outthink your opponent. Toss and curve punches when you find an opening, and dodge a flurry of incoming attacks. It's fast-paced fun for everyone!
Fight in arenas with unique obstacles
Throw punches around (or through) mysterious liquid-filled columns in a spooky laboratory, or in certain arenas, toss fighters onto trampolines for epic aerial skirmishes.
Choose your arms carefully
Each weapon has its own strength. Some are slow and do tons of damage, while others are fast as lighting, but will only serve to set up larger combinations. It's up to you to mix and match your arms to fit your play style.
|Fighter||SPRINGMAN||RIBBON GIRL||NINJARA||MASTER MUMMY||MECHANICA|
|Affiliation||The Spring Gym||Ribbonics Records||Rasen Ninjutsu||The Mausoleum||The Scrapyard|
|Height||182 cm||169 cm||179 cm||231 cm||234 cm (158 cm out of suit)|
|Weight||76 kg||No comment||68 kg||167 kg||545 (45 kg out of suit)|
|Hobbies||weight lifting, pizza||singing, meeting fans||hiding, reading||searching for his long-lost family||watching ARMS (especially Ribbon Girl!)|
|Fighter||MINMIN||TWINTELLE||BYTE & BARQ||KID COBRA||HELIX|
|Affiliation||Mintendo Noodle House||Twintelle Productions||Beach Patrol||Naja Crew||ARMS Laboratories, Inc.|
|Height||167 cm||180 cm||189 cm||183 cm||30-250 cm|
|Weight||Unimportant||63 kg||120 kg||77 kg||97 kg|
|Hobbies||eating mom's homemade ramen||sniffing luxury fragrances, fitness||Avoiding salt water, fetch||snakeboarding, making rad vids||Watching the ARMS Grand Prix|
Choose a fighting champion, 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. Throw punches and guide them mid-flight to hit agile fighters, 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. Fill up your special gauge to dish out devastating combinations and finish them off. Unleash your inner fighter in this unbelievable sporting event!
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The graphics are beautiful!
The sound and music is lively.
I like how female characters where included.
In older fighting arcade games there would only be one or two girls. Usually they would be the "cheerleader" or "girlfriend". Very rarely they be an actual fighter like Chun-Li (Street Fighter) or Sasha.(Mortal Kombat)
Controls are pretty solid. I no issues. I like using the joy cons to get a good work out.
Multi player is pretty good. Would be better if we had a decent voice chat so players can co ordinate better during team match ups.
That's not the dev's fault though. Nintendo needs to man up on stuff like this. If certain players act inappropriately, then parents could just block them, or turn off voice chat.
I would defiantly buy a sequel if one came out.
As it's already been stated content is on the way. It's a little light in that department right now, but the formula stays fun for many hours, and getting new Arms and perfecting your technique should keep you busy in the meantime. I have 10 hours in and every now and then I just can tell I'm a little better. A step learning curve, but very worth it.
The controls are excellent. Unfortunately, there are many people on here, whether impatient or uncoordinated, that have been saying they don't work correctly. They work amazingly, exactly what I've been waiting for out of motion controls. Now, if you don't take some time to learn what the game wants you to do, they may seem unresponsive at first, but give it an hour and a half and you should be good enough to blow through the first two difficultly levels. After that it gets harder, but as you get more comfortable with the controls it will just keep getting easier. Like I said, I'm ten hours in, and I've beat the first 5 difficulty levels.
I've never even tried it with standard controls and I probably never will... maybe I'll start wanting to grind for coins in handheld mode, but I doubt it. This game has been added to my workout regiment and even though it doesn't burn the calories of real exercise, it's a fun way to get the blood pumping. I can't recommend this one enough!
It's a fine game, but it wasn't what I was hoping for.