Truer sounds have never been sung. Without a doubt, the best part about ARMS, the 2017 motion-based fighting game for Nintendo Switch were the many variants of the game’s theme.
Now, fans of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate can experience the triumphant tunes of ARMS right inside Smash. For $5.99 US or $7.55 CA, players get 18 tracks from ARMS. These tracks can be used on the Spring Stadium stage, custom stages, or in the game’s audio only mode. As an added bonus, players who bought the 5.99 ARMS Music Pack also get the added bonus of a playable fighter, Min Min.
The 18 tracks of the ARMS Music Pack are a must buy for any fan of good music, and the bonus fighter isn’t a bad extra incentive!
Editor’s Note: Don’t worry, we like Min Min. And we like ARMS! This post is just calling attention to how damn good that music is.
Last week Nintendo dropped a bombshell of information on us, the announcement of the NX’s release date in March 2017 and the delay of the new Zelda game to release on both the Wii U and its successor. While exciting, this news still has Nintendo fans wondering, was the Wii U worth it?
Achievements and trophies have changed the way I play games. They’ve pushed me to see through games I might not have completed otherwise, explore mechanics and locations in more detail, and allowed me to test myself with harder challenges. So why doesn’t Nintendo use them yet?
The Wii U is an enigma, certainly unlike any Nintendo console to come before it. Upon its initial announcement and indeed to this day, many are still confused as to what exactly this system aims to be. Here, two editors and long-time Nintendo fans give their opposing views on the console and its foreseeable future in a good ol’ fashion versus!
Love ’em or hate ’em, amiibo has been an unavoidable topic of conversation on gaming articles and their attached comment sections for the past few months. While no direct sales figures are yet public, as someone who works in gaming retail receiving daily phone calls and in store inquiries on what’s in stock and when certain figures are expected to arrive, I can personally affirm that yes, the amiibo hype is real.