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It’s a well-known fact that Bandai Namco co-developed Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. However, it turns out that they also assisted development of several other recent Nintendo games, including Mario Kart Tour, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and ARMS. Here’s the breakdown for the work they did on each title, straight from their recently updated products page:

Mario Kart Tour

For the smartphone game “Mario Kart Tour”, released by Nintendo on September 25th, 2019, we partially implemented in-games and 3D visual assets for courses, characters and machines. We also produced approximately half of bonus challenges.

ARMS

For Nintendo Switch game “ARMS”, released in July 16, 2017, we produced approximately half of visual assets for stages, fighters and arms.

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe

For Nintendo Switch game “MARIO KART 8 DELUXE”, released in April 28, 2017, we produced approximately half of visual assets for courses, characters and machine parts.

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ARMS just wrapped up its Party Crash Bash tournament, which took place over several months and saw Min Min take home the win. The game also went through its second anniversary a couple of weeks ago. To celebrate, the development team has created special art, which we have above.

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After several months of battles, the ARMS Party Crash Bash tournament has finally come to an end. This past weekend, Min Min and Ninjara battled it out under the theme “Martial Arts Mash-Up”. Min Min ultimately secured the final win with 53%.

The ARMS Party Crash Bash started all the way back last November. By hosting the tournament, Nintendo’s overall goal was to crown the fans’ favorite character.

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Nintendo has announced the date for the final ARMS Party Crash Bash – it’ll take place starting on June 14. After months of matches, Min Min and Ninjara have emerged as the two finalists. Nintendo even prepared a special piece of artwork for the occasion, which you can see above.

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The latest ARMS Party Crash Bash match is over, in which Ninjara is moving on. Ninjara took down Mechanica 54% to 46%.

Having secured that win, Ninjara will play in the finals of the ARMS Party Crash Bash. He’ll be facing Min Min to win the entire tournament.

Thanks to Magitroopa for the tip.

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Nintendo is gearing up for the next ARMS Party Crash Bash. For those who missed it, the event is being held to determine the game’s best character.

This time around, Ninjara and Min Min will be battling it out under the theme “Martial Artistry”.

Expect the latest ARMS Party Crash Bash on May 24. It’ll last until May 27, with the winner moving on to the grand final.

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The latest ARMS Party Crash Bash match has concluded, which has resulted in Min Min continuing on. Min Min defeated Twintelle by a final tally of 57% to 43%.

The ARMS Party Crash Bash will soon be coming to a close. Min Min will face the winner of Ninjara vs. Mechanica in the grand final.

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Nintendo is gearing up for the next ARMS Party Crash Bash. For those who missed it, the event is being held to determine the game’s best character.

This time around, Min Min and Twintelle will be battling it out under the theme “Fight over Fans”.

Expect the latest ARMS Party Crash Bash on May 3. It’ll last until May 6.

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Another match from the ARMS Party Crash Bash has finished, which has resulted in Mechanica moving on to the next round. The character took down Dr. Coyle by a final tally of 53% to 47%.

Mechanica will be moving on to battle Ninjara in the semi-finals. We’ll let you know when that event will be happening.

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Nintendo is gearing up for the next ARMS Party Crash Bash. For those who missed it, the event is being held to determine the game’s best character.

This time around, Mechanica and Dr. Coyle will be battling it out under the theme “Brainy Busters”.

Expect the latest ARMS Party Crash Bash on April 12. It’ll last until April 15.

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