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1、<p>With little more than a month to go before release, ARMS' Twitter has just revealed a brand new stage for one of the characters, and it's really, very...purple. <p>??????????????????????!???????????????????!! pic.twitter.com/9O7M79lQbx— ARMS????????? ????? (@ARMS_Cobutter) May 9, 2017 To quickly summarise, ARMS is a PvP fighting sim coming to the Switch next month. Using the Joy-Cons you physically throw out specific moves and can mix and match your character's arms if you fancy different abilities.</p><p>But yes, back to it. ARMS' latest reveal puts Ribbon Girl right at home as a quick GIF shows off the Ribbon Ring (her home stage). It'll be interesting to see how this works as an arena when fighting as the centre of the stage rises a couple of times.</p><p>ARMS releases both physically and digitally on the Nintendo Switch on June 16th for around £49.99/$59.99.</p>
3、<p>Red and Blue, the upcoming card game from joint developers Hex Entertainment and Brilliant Games, is now available in open beta for Android, at least in the UK.</p><p>The official word from the developers is that will be available on 18th March but you might able to check it out now. Meanwhile, iOS users are going to have to wait a little while longer yet, with a release date announcement for that version of the game expected to arrive soon.</p>
4、<p>Mario Kart Tour has recently been updated for a spot of preparation ahead of the multiplayer going live on 8th March – or 9th if you live in the UK. There have also been a few other adjustments including new camera options and various quality of life changes.</p><p>First up, support for the multiplayer has been added, though it won't be available until later this week. Cameron recently covered all the different options you'll have available to you, including what Gold Subscribers will get for their monthly fee when the multiplayer launches</p><p>A camera button will be accessible via the in-race options menu and it will allow you to look at the race from numerous angles. It can be found by tapping the gear in the top right-hand corner and then scrolling down to the camera button that will be in the bottom right. However, this cannot be used during bonus challenges or multiplayer, for some reason.</p><p>The pre and post-race screens have also seen some changes. Each driver's base points and level information will be displayed on the 'Ready to race!' screen. If you're playing singleplayer you can tap on this info and use boost tickets from there. On top of that, when using boosts the level of the driver, kart, or glider will light up, making it more obvious which you've got them active for.</p><p>A few smaller changes have also been made such as the Friend feature now unlocking after clearing one cup. A couple of bugs have also been fixed including the ranking overview screen displaying the incorrect order or Coins not being counted towards various challenges.</p><p>Mario Kart Tour is available now over on the App Store and Google Play. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.</p>Looking for friends to play Mario Kart Tour with when the multiplayer launches? We've got over 22,000 of them right here!
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