This week, ARMS is officially five years old, and unfortunately no one really talks about it

This week, ARMS is officially five years old, and unfortunately no one really talks about it

Well, we got a DLC out of it

Welp. is only five years old as of June 16, 2022, and has unfortunately avoided a few references here and there. But you know what? I''ll briefly talk about it, and restore it into the collective consciousness even for one day.

The first time I played was in a warehouse for a Nintendo press tour, which I felt as I expected it to launch. I wish I had experienced it more at the moment of my review, but my local scene was rather rough, as many people didn''t take it up; or, for a reason, we should pay $60 for it.

Im a fan of these kinds of arena fighters! Anything where you can up four players and go crazy, im there. At one point in time I was pretty sure that was considered a felony.

The IP''s greatest impact, arguably, was made as a DLC fighter (Min Min), in two years ago. Other than that, outside of a few sticker/logo references, it faded into a distant memory.

But you know what? It might be faded, but it''s not lostyet. Its still on Switch: a platform that''s still going strong and fully supported. If you own it, then you may start up another battle, for old springs sake.

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