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By Usama Jawad96
Nintendo's "ARMS" has players engaging in intense boxing matches, coming in spring 2017
by Usama Jawad
At its Switch presentation yesterday, Nintendo announced a number of games for its upcoming hybrid console. These included Super Mario Odyssey, Sonic Mania, Fire Emblem Warriors, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and 1-2 Switch.
The company also unveiled another boxing game called ARMS.
ARMS appears to be inspired from the boxing mode in Wii Sports - that was launched back in 2006. It has a similar premise, that is, pitting players against each other or against the computer in an intense boxing match. Players can utilize a number of moves including jumping, punching, charged punches, sidestepping, and dodging, among others.
All this can be done using the detached Joy-Con controllers that are held in a vertical thumbs-up position, so that the player can easily press various combinations of buttons to perform different combat moves. ARMS makes use of motion controls for in-game movement, that is required to dodge and move characters.
Additionally, the characters in the game are colorful in appearance, very similar to the ones in Blizzard's Overwatch. These characters can be customized to the extent that players can wield their weapons of choice on each of their (virtual) hands. ARMS has both single player and multi-player game modes, however, the trailer does caution that you'll require additional accessories for the latter, which can be purchased separately. You can watch the trailer for the game below:
Although ARMS doesn't have a firm release date, it is slated for a spring 2017 release on the Nintendo Switch.
This fight is going to be one of the biggest fights of our time!
I have been watching Floyd since 2007, when he fought and won against Oscar Dela Hoya.
Who do you believe will win? Floyd or Pacquiao and why!
I believe Floyd will win because of a couple of factors, first he was trained at a young age by his father who was a professional fighter at the time, thus having a huge advantage against most fighters including Pacquiao.
Floyd also has a work ethic that consist of working harder and longer and I believe its because of this attitude he really will go beyond Pacquiao as he has done with all previous fighters.
I am interested in hearing other perspectives on the fight.
By Damo R.
By Damo R.
By Damo R.
You pick your enemies carefully ? everyone knows that.
But nobody seems to have told Charlie Zelenoff.
The self-proclaimed "human cyborg" has spent the past couple of years taunting Deontay Wilder through social media.
The reported verbal attacks even went as far as singling out Wilder's daughter who suffers from spina bifida.
Wilder just so happens to be an undefeated heavyweight boxing champion and decided enough was enough.
When Zelenoff accepted his offer of a fight, it didn't go as the "human cyborg" would have hoped.