A fantastic, challenging game that's perfect for parties
This game is about characters who box each other across arenas with springy, extandable arms. Called ARMS.
Players can unlock new fists, also called ARMS to swap out for their fighters. Including the 5 free DLC characters, there are 15 fighters to pick from. The roster is quite diverse.
The game's controls are easy to learn yet difficult to master.
There is a sharp learning curve in higher difficulties, making it hard for younger players.
There is no sexual content, however, one character called Twintelle (who has stretchy, extendable hair instead of extendable arms) places her hands on her rear and sways her hips when she walks.
The game is perfect for playing with other people, and is the most fun when playing with four people. When playing with four people, ARMS is 50% game, 50% friendly, light-hearted trash talk. The phrase "Oohhh!!!" will be exclaimed quite frequently as players make comeback victories.
When playing 1-on-1 matches, strategy and depth is clear and present, and fights become choreographed dances of dodging, punching, grabbing, and blocking. However, when 3 or 4 players are present, the depth is lessened, but the fun remains ever present.
To sum everything up, ARMS is a behind the back fighter where characters with speings for arms fight across arenas. The multiplayer modes are where ARMS shines the most, but single player is also present and a ton of fun. There is no strong language pr sexual content. It's good, clean fun, and in my humble opinion, one of the best games on the Nintendo Switch, and one of the best games in 2017 period.