As mentioned yesterday, ARMS is getting its big 4.0 update today.
For those of you fighters still playing around in the world of ARMS the game will be receiving the new 4.0 update tomorrow.
Everyone loves badges, right? Of course they do.
A new update for ARMS has dropped, and with it Nintendo has provided us with the patch notes so we can see exactly what has been changed in the game.
Nintendo have revealed that an upcoming update for ARMS will allow players to remap the game’s controls to the buttons of their choosing.
ARMS has recently been updated to Version 2.1, receiving a pretty knock-out set of changes to its menus, fighters, and more.
Nintendo has updated their financial data, giving us some hard numbers on their console and its first party games. We’ve also got word from Famitsu and Media Create, giving us early numbers on the physical Splatoon 2 sales in Japan. Numbers ahoy!
Nintendo has released the version 2.0 update for their not even month old righting title ARMS, bringing more content and some welcome fixes to the masses.
A fighter you might have run into if you’ve played the ARMS Grand Prix, Max Brass – the former reigning champ – is now coming free to a roster near you.
As a company, Nintendo has a history of innovation – both good and bad. Their consoles have been trying new things since long before it was ever popular to be the odd one out (VirtualBoy), and they’re still doing it right up to this very moment. One of their latest innovations is ARMS; a fighting game where your arms are basically springy noodles and you’ve got to reach for your opponent. That sounds like a crazy, gimmicky mess – right? Well the joke’s on you, ’cause this “crazy, gimmicky mess” is more fun than a whole bin of fireworks.