What happens when you mix the classic Nintendo styling with a game about punching people? Obviously, a lot of cool stands at JB Hi-Fi.
It's gone under the radar a little bit with everything out of E3, but over the weekend Switch fans were able to enjoy the full release of Nintendo's cute third-person brawler Arms. And that means JB Hi-Fi staffers around the country have been able to have a little fun with their displays.
First up: JB's Sydney City store.
Not too bad. A bit of fun, and it's the first time I've seen that a store has encouraged people to take photos with a stand. Usually there's too much foot traffic or not enough space to allow for that sort of thing.
This next one comes from the Tuggeranong store in Canberra.
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Not quite as much fine detail, but you have to respect the handmade cardboard Switch. A neat effort.
Next is Westfield Garden City in Queensland:
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The gloves are a neat touch, since they're not something JB would readily have in-store. I wonder if someone bought those specifically for this? The mask is nice too, although I wish that was placed on the top row where it was more visible.
What other Arms displays have you seen around the country? Let us know below, or send a photo in!
Update: A staffer from JB's Colonnades store in South Australia has sent in shots of their display, and it's not half bad at all: