Nice to see our EU friends getting some love for the retail version. Let's hope we see this sucker pop up in the top 10 next week!
Arms2d is a 2d fan demake of Nintendo's upcoming game, Arms (my fan game is not endorsed in any way by Nintendo) While Nintendo's game is a complex over-the-shoulder fighting game, my simple fan project is a free-for-all Super Smash Bros. style beat-em-up.
What does Arms have that Arms2d doesn't have?
Arms2d has one set of gloves - Arms has a bunch of different gloves that takes the strategy of the game to a whole new level
Arms2d only has one stage - Arms has many unique stages
Arms2d only has one game mode - Arms has quite a few really interesting game modes
Arms2d doesn't have online multiplayer - Arms has online multiplayer with some really awesome features
Arms2d has some simple pixel art characters - Arms has intricately designed and highly detailed 3d models
Arms2d is a simple game made by a fan - Arms is an incredible looking game made by one of the greatest video game companies of all time
So, if Arms2d is so terrible, why should I play it?
Arms2d is publicly available right now, Arms isn't.
You can play with up to 4 people locally on your own PC using a keyboard and mouse or gamepad.
Or you can play against some AI controlled characters
Arms2d doesn't cost any money
I personally think that Arms2d is actually kind of fun despite the fact that the real Arms is way better
If nothing else, I hope this game is a fun little distraction that keeps you occupied until the real Arms is released.
Looks like investors are just a tad happy wtih the announcement of Monster Hunter XX coming to Switch. In Japan, Nintendo shares closed over 5 percent higher for Friday, accounting for an additional $2.2 billion added to its market capitalization. The other day we said Nintendo stock soared past the bump it received during the Pokemon GO craze. Now Nintendo's stock is at an 8.5 year high. Let's hope E3 2017 can push it even higher!
The Switch may not have a system-wide achievement/trophy system, but that didn't stop NIS America from including all the trophies that appear in the PS4 version of the game. As you can see in the screen above, the "rewards" you get in-game even pop up on screen similar to how they appear on the PS4. If you're a trophy/achievement junkie, this should be right up your alley!
A new minigame featuring Passimian has just rolled on to Pokemon.com. In Passimian's Jungle Bowling, dodge and weave the ball through the thick jungle and bowl over as many Berries as you can. Earn points by avoiding the rocks and trees in your way and by knocking down Berries over six rolls. Aim for a high score and challenge your friends!
Before you start playing Passimian's Jungle Bowling, be sure to log on to your Pokémon Trainer Club account. When you do, you'll be eligible for the game leaderboards, and you can track your top scores on your My Profile page!
Passimian's Jungle Bowling can be played on a desktop computer or a touch-screen device. Get rolling in Passimian's Jungle Bowling on Pokemon.com today!
Don't miss out – the first round of the ARMS Global Testpunch is on this weekend! On Saturday May 27th and Sunday May 28th, you can face off online* in an early access demo.
If you're a night owl, the first time you can fight is 01:00 BST on Saturday May 27th, but for those of you with a more regular sleeping pattern, you'll also be able to take part at 13:00 BST and 19:00 BST on the same day. The fighting re-commences on Sunday May 28th during the same time slots.
All you need to be able to take part is a Nintendo Switch, an internet connection, a Nintendo Account and the free** ARMS Global Testpunch software from Nintendo eShop. Need to create a Nintendo Account? We’ve got you covered. Simply head on over to the Create a Nintendo Account page and follow the instructions. Once you have that you can download the software from Nintendo eShop on your Nintendo Switch or via the ARMS gamepage***.
Such a gorgeous game. I really hope the Switch version can retain most of this game's look. So far, what we've seen looks pretty impressive!
When the original Street Fighter II game launched in the '90s, it changed the face of fighting games forever, introducing some of the most iconic video game characters and special moves of all time. If you're familiar with video games, you may have heard of Ryu, Ken or the legendary HADOKEN!
Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers, the first new iteration of Street Fighter II in nearly 10 years, is now available for the Nintendo Switch console. The fighting game features the full Street Fighter II roster, plus two new additions: Evil Ryu and Violent Ken.
With the power of Nintendo Switch, the new single- and multiplayer modes in Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers can be played anywhere! New and returning features in the game include the following:
Co-Op Battle: In this new mode, players can join forces in teams of two as they battle together against a computer-controlled opponent. Players share a health bar and can coordinate attacks to perform powerful combos.
"Way of the Hado": In "Way of the Hado" mode, players can fight enemies in first-person using the Joy-Con controllers. Iconic special moves like the HADOKEN can be activated using the motion controls of the Joy-Con.
Two graphic modes: With the simple push of a button, players can change between the game's classic pixel art and modern high-definition graphics.
Arcade Mode returns: The classic Arcade Mode returns in Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers. After battling through all the computer-controlled characters in the game, players can view character-specific endings.
Color Editor: Customize characters and costume colors using this new mode. Players can now bring their favorite character into battle with more style and personality than ever before!
Art Gallery: In between exciting matches, players can check out the digital art gallery included in the game. With more than 1,500 illustrations created by talented artists over the past 30 years, the artbook features many never-before-published pieces from Street Fighter's past.
Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers is now available in stores as well as Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch for a suggested retail price of $39.99.
Remember that Nintendo Switch features parental controls that let adults manage some of the content their children can access.
For more information about Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers, visit http://www.nintendo.com/games/detail/ultra-street-fighter-2-the-final-challengers-switch.