Arguably the best thing Nintendo did Splatoon was the worldwide test fire. By giving players a chance to experience it, but only do this in brief windows, it forced people who otherwise could have blown it off to encounter what Splatoon needed to offer. Naturally, when the worldwide evaluation punch was revealed for ARMS, it seemed like a fantastic idea to acquire the little buzz Splatoon got. Now that more people have undergone ARMS, does this seem like the upcoming big things or is it overly ambitious?
Following the introduction into the controls, the test punch allow you to command among seven distinct characters and play against other people online in one of three arbitrary modes. Right off the bat, two things became rather apparent with ARMS. The first is that the controls will take some getting use to and it’s much more complex than it seems.