Arms 5.0 Introduces Dr. Coyle

The last update of the year for Arms is ready and so is a mad scientist named Dr. Coyle.

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Remember earlier this week when Nintendo said that Arms had one more update lined up for 2017? Well, that update is now available and that mystery character has been revealed.

Meet Dr. Coyle, creator of the Party Crash program! She shows up as the newest boss character in the Grand Prix mode when played at LV6 or higher. She'll come equipped with the Lokjaw, Parabola, and Brrchuk Arms. She'll also gain brief invisibility after a succssful guard, along with the ability to attack, dash, and block while levitating.

She'll be waiting in the [NAME REDACTED] stage. (As the Arms website notes, that is the actual name of the stage.) Here, players will have to watch out for the conveyor belts that are lugging giant heavy tubes around, which can get in the way of a fighter's punches.

Check out Dr. Coyle in action in the video below. Arms 5.0 is now ready to download. For the full patch notes, visit the Nintendo Support site.

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    December 21, 2017 8:25 PM

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      December 22, 2017 9:21 AM

      Nobody here seems hot on Arms but idk guys this looks like a legitimately good game. I want it, at least.

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        December 22, 2017 9:24 AM

        It's a great game but a tough sell for $60 if you don't plan on playing online. I've clocked around 40hrs so far but don't fire it up as often as I used to.

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        December 22, 2017 9:55 AM

        I'd already own it if it was $20. $60 for that game is too much.

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        December 22, 2017 10:10 AM

        I want it, but I'm just never going to pay $60 for it. I'm not big on online with the Switch so it'd be to mess around with with friends and it aint worth $60 to me for that.