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Revolutionary New Fighting Game ARMS Now Available for Switch

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    The ARMS game is now available for everyone, even those with regular-sized arms, to enjoy.
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    To cap off a month of all things ARMS – highlighted by two popular Global Testpunch events and a live-streamed tournament this week at the E3 video game conference – Nintendo’s unique new fighting game is now available in stores and in Nintendo eShop on the Nintendo Switch console. Since being revealed back in January, the fast-paced game starring fighters with extendable Arms has gained quite the following, with fans all over the world already debating their favorite characters and actively participating in the recent Global Testpunch demos to get a taste of what the game has to offer. And now the moment is here! The ARMS game is now available for everyone, even those with regular-sized arms, to enjoy.
    ARMS is now available in stores and Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch at a suggested retail price of $59.99. A set of two Neon Yellow Joy-Con inspired by the colorful aesthetic of the game is also now available at a suggested retail price of $79.99. Players can pick them up to brighten up their ARMS game, or even to mix and match with other Joy-Con colors to personalize their Nintendo Switch system. For more information about ARMS, visit http://arms.nintendo.com/.

    MAXCONSOLE NOTICE: -- ARMS Physical Cartridge is the first game that ships with v2.1.0 firmware on it.

    So if you been trying to keep your Nintendo Switch at lower firmware, do not plug this cartridge in, the good news is that PegaSwitch has been privately updated to support v2.3, so in theory is safe to upgrade to at least that version if you want in future webkit exploits.
     

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