Nintendo Switch Exclusive ARMS Looks Quite Fun In New Gameplay Footage

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Jan 16, 2017
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Among the games currently in development for the Nintendo Switch consoles, ARMS is definitely one of the most interesting. The game will come with some very interesting features that will take advantage of the console’s unique capabilities. If you are as interested as we are about ARMS, you definitely want to check out some new footage that has been released today.

The new ARMS footage, which has been uploaded today on the Japanese Nintendo YouTube channel, showcases the game’s unique and fun experience.

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ARMS seems to be a unique combination of elements taken from fighting games, the Punch-Out series, and party games. In the game, players will have to fight against the opponents by using either motion or regular controls.

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  • 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!
  • Select from a variety of fighters – Select from brand-new fighting superstars like Ribbon Girl, Master Mummy, and more! Each fighter has their own special attributes to learn and master.
  • 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.

ARMS launches on a yet to be confirmed exclusively on Nintendo Switch.

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