ショックのアーム「チャクラム」！古来のニンジャ用武具を、最新テクノロジーで量産化！薄く鍛え上げられた円月輪型のアームは、鋭いカーブを描いてのびーる！チャージすると高速回転して、サイズアップが可能です！ pic.twitter.com/8lzZZUewhA— ARMS協会広報アカウント コブッター (@ARMS_Cobutter) April 24, 2017The last Nintendo Direct we got gave us an up close and personal look at some of the fighters and weapons we can expect to see in ARMS, but now the Japanese ARMS Twitter account is sharing more info. This time we have a peek at a new color scheme for Ninjara, one of the ARMS fighters.Also included is a closer look at how the Chakram ARM weapon works, especially with how it returns to you like a boomerang or… a chakram. It seems as though Nintendo is taking the same approach to promoting ARMS that they did with Splatoon, featuring the individual weapons up close and personal beforehand so we have a good idea of what everything does before we play it.Hopefully Nintendo will hold some global stress test events for ARMS the same way they did for Splatoon. Would you take part if they did?Nintendo eShop Card – $20 READ FULL STORY AT NINTENDOTODAY!
Since Nintendo debuted ARMS, an upcoming Nintendo Switch exclusive fighter, I’ve been keeping my eye on what’s been going on within that community. The game looks amazing with its diverse roster of characters, yet each showing somehow doesn’t really make the game look too interesting. Turns out, I should’ve been watching the ARMS Invitational. In February, Nintendo invited members of the fighting game community to play ARMS in a tournament. Seems harmless enough, right? Right. However, it resulted in a far better showing than any footage Nintendo has released thus far. Just take a look at the video above. The build that was on display at the invitational appears to be old, so we don’t get to see recent additions such as Min Min or the different arm types. Fortunately, Nintendo has another ARMS invitational scheduled for April 29-30. Hopefully this means a more recent build filled with interesting combos and strategies for us to digest. ARMS launches exclusively on the Nintendo Switch June 16th. Thus far we’ve only seen footage using the Joy-Cons motion controls, but Nintendo assures that you’ll be able to play without motion controls too. READ FULL STORY AT NINTENDOTODAY!
Nintendo’s newest multiplayer game ARMS is slated to hit the new system worldwide on June 16th. The unique multiplayer game pits two players against one another in what’s essentially a massive match of Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em Robots with special attachments and unique characters.The Nintendo Direct last week did a good job of explaining what to expect from the game, so if you missed that presentation, be sure to check it out below. We’re going through some of the details revealed by the Japanese website that’s now live, so if you’re curious about the game here’s everything you need to know.ARMS Nintendo Direct Presentation ARMS Controls The controls for ARMS are pretty interesting, since they use the motion control detection of the Joy-Cons in order to work. You can use the Joy-Con controllers in any configuration, including a single Joy-Con, attached to the Switch unit, inside a Joy-Con grip, or with one Joy-Con in each hand. The latter is the most common way to play the game. Here’s a quick rundown of how to control the game using the Joy-Con in each hand setup. Punch – Move the Joy-Con forward according to which hand. You can add a twist to…
The Nintendo Direct for April 12th mostly covered new additions to “ARMS” and “Splatoon 2”. Nevertheless, a good couple of chunks before the Direct and between the two main show casings they filled the video with Headlines for the Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo Switch. Starting with Nintendo 3DS news we begin with “Hey! Pikmin” (July 28), which just covers the… READ FULL STORY AT THEGG!
Even if you were able to catch April’s Nintendo Direct, the news came so rapidly you may have missed it in the blink of an eye. But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Here are all the …Read More The post Here’s Whats New For Nintendo Switch From Today’s Nintendo Direct by Lou Contaldi appeared first on DualShockers.
The recent Nintendo direct has revealed lots of big and small news, such as a whole bunch of new Amiibo figures. Nintendo also used the new Direct to confirm the release date of the Switch brawler game “Arms”, which will be released on June 16th in America and Europe.Not only that, the company has revealed a new Switch Joy-Con color: Neon Yellow, which is meant as a tie-in to Arms. The Neon Yellow Joy-Cons will be released alongside the game and will retail at the same price as regular Joy-Con controllers. READ FULL STORY AT NINTENDOTODAY!
The Switch’s fighting game, Arms, will drop June 16th, as are yellow Joy-Con. Arms is a boxing game with some colorful characters—you’ll be able to equip both your arms with elemental powers. Cool to see a game take their core concept and run with it, even if that concept is “arms.” READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!
This week’s upcoming Nintendo Direct broadcast will be giving a closer look at the multiplayer frenzy of both Splatoon 2 and ARMS on Nintendo Switch. …Read More The post Nintendo Direct Presentation on Splatoon 2 and ARMS Coming Wednesday by Ryan Meitzler appeared first on DualShockers.
Nintendo released two videos for their upcoming Nintendo Switch exclusive Arms today. One video covers the game’s characters, while the other covers the weapons players can equip. …Read More The post Nintendo Switch Exclusive Arms Characters and Weapons Detailed in New Videos by Tomas Franzese appeared first on DualShockers.
Today, Nintendo has released two new videos that showcase the upcoming characters and weapons you’ll see featured in ARMS. The character designs are pretty interesting and you should check out the video if you’re interested in seeing more about the characters you’ll be playing when the game releases sometime this year. Each character has some unique attributes that make them different to play, so you’ll have to play each one to figure out which suits your play style. ARMS Characters Spring Man Ribbon Girl Ninjara Master Mummy Mechanica [embedded content] The second video showcases some of the weapons you’ll be using as these characters. Each character has their own unique benefits and each ARMS weapon is different, too. Some weapons provide extra effects when they’re charged, while others offer more speed but less punch. ARMS Weapons Toaster Arms Sparky Arms Boomerang Arms Revolver Arms Slapamander Arms What’s best about these weapons? Apparently, you can equip a different type of weapon on each arm, so you can mix and match these effects to create devastating combinations. With the characters and some of the weapons now revealed, are you getting excited about ARMS? This wasn’t a title that interested me initially, READ…
It’s been a few weeks since the line-up for EVO 2017 was revealed and voting has finally come to an end for the last spot. If you may recall, the largest fighting game tournament in the world …Read More The post Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3 Gathers Most Donations to Claim Ninth Spot at EVO 2017 by Leif Conti-Groome appeared first on DualShockers.
Today, Nintendo released two new Japanese trailers for its upcoming Switch fighting game, Arms. The one trailer is a character introduction trailer, while the other showcases the different types of arms players can equip. …Read More The post Arms Gets Two New Trailers Introducing Five Characters and Their Weapons by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
Nintendo Shows off the motion control and multiplayer of its new Nintendo Switch fighting game Arms. …Read More The post Arms on Nintendo Switch Shows its Motion Controls in 20 Minutes of Fighting Gameplay by Giuseppe Nelva appeared first on DualShockers.
First Nintendo Switch Game, Arms, Fully Utilizes Joy-Con Controllers The Nintendo Switch Presentation brought forth another unique Nintendo title. This latest first-party Game, Arms, utilizes Switch-exclusive functions. Freak out now! We already have a game utilizing the unique mechanics brought forth by Joy-Con controllers. Hitherto, we now have new characters to look forward to in the Nintendo universe. Could we possibly be looking at another instant hit like Splatoon? So long as Arms is as fun as it looks, giving the most immersive head beatings, then Nintendo has just added another memorable name to their legendary list. And in case you didn’t pick it up, Splatoon 2 has been announced. So you can check that out by clicking here. You move your character by tiling the Joy-con, and Arms uses physical control so that anyone can pick up a control and play. While you can block and deliver a host of maneuvers with your body, let’s face it, we’re just gonna lay the smack down! Expect more from Nintendo Switch’s Presentation. And remember, Nintendo Switch is being delivered to us March 3rd at $299.99. We’ll deliver the latest news in hardware and software, so see you soon at COGconnected. Happy gaming. SOURCE: Press…