ARMS‘ first DLC character, Max Brass, heads to the Nintendo Switch later this week. Brass, the endboss in the game’s campaign, will be playable from 12 July. The Max Brass DLC is free to all users of ARMS. ARMS is a Nintendo Switch

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ARMS‘ baddie Max Brass will become a playable character next month thanks to free DLC, Nintendo today confirmed. The Grand Prix boss will have two unique traits — he won’t flinch when his arms are changed, and he’ll have permanently

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E3 2017 is almost underway, and we’ve got a listing of every title confirmed (or heavily rumoured) for show. Games with an asterisk (*) are of the rumoured variety. Each title should have a link to its tag on Stevivor

ARMS has a considerable amount of content and depth, but does its best to hide that from players. Like Splatoon at launch before it, you’d be forgiven if you thought ARMS was quite bare bones. After entering a short tutorial,

Update: Nintendo has also confirmed that E3 2017 will sport a Pokkén Tournament DX invitational, beginning 3.30 am AEST on 15 June. Original story (5 June 2017): Both Splatoon 2 and ARMS will host invitational tournaments at this year’s E3, Nintendo recently confirmed. The 2017 Splatoon 2 World Inkling invitational

June 2017 is full of racing and fighting games, alongside a reappearance of everyone’s favourite bandicoot. Here’s what to expect over June 2017 here in Australia*: Tekken 7 Friday, 02 June 2017 PC PS4 Xbox One WipEout Omega Collection Wednesday, 07 June 2017 PS4

ARMS‘ Testpunch will include new modes over this weekend. Basketball and skill-shot modes will rotate in and out, as volleyball did this past weekend. The sports-themed modes will be offered alongside 1v1 and 2v2 matches, according to the ARMS Japanese Twitter

Nintendo used its Direct today to detail ARMS‘ Global Testpunches, demo events similar to those seen for Splatoon 2. Most events are available globally, though two of the six planned are only for North Americans. Dates are as follows: Friday, 26 May

Nintendo’s latest Direct, dealing with the upcoming ARMS, is already underway. You can watch it below. We’ll be recapping news from the event shortly. ARMS heads to Nintendo Switch on 16 June.

Nintendo today detailed its plans for E3 2017. Opting out of a press conference, Nintendo will instead offer a livestream that will focus on Switch and Super Mario Odyssey. The stream begins at 2.00 am AEST on Wednesday, 14 June. Super

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ARMS heads to Nintendo Switch in June, the publisher today confirmed. The release date was confirmed alongside a special new look at new fighter, Min Min. What’d you think of it all? Expect ARMS from 16 June on Nintendo Switch.

Nintendo today revealed it will host a Splatoon 2 and ARMS-themed Nintendo Direct later this week. You can watch the stream below from 8.00 am AEST on Thursday, 13 April. You’ll be able to watch the stream on Nintendo’s website as well