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Arms gets another new fighter: the evil Dr. Coyle

Arms gets another new fighter: the evil Dr. Coyle”

Welcome Dr. Coyle, aka "the rad scientist", the director of Arms Laboratories.

Adjusted abilities of some fighters and ARMS as follows.

Her total ammo consists of a trio of arms. Her plans for this research are not necessarily nefarious. Dr. Coyle simply wants to be the most powerful ARMS fighter of all time, even if that means subjecting herself to her own experiments...

Were she to win the Arms Grand Prix, her hard work will not have gone to waste.

Arms gets another new fighter: the evil Dr. Coyle

With a new Super Smash Bros. title having yet to be officially revealed, it seems that Nintendo is using ARMS to help promote the Switch as a competitive gaming platform. As with any new fighter, Dr Coyle comes with three new ARMS, and a mysterious new stage called [NAME REDACTED] - Dr Coyle's secret lab, filled with conveyor belts, test tubes and all sorts of creepy science stuff.

Meet Dr. Coyle, creator of the Party Crash program!

Speaking of, a new laboratory stage and plenty of other additions have come along with this update. She shows up as the newest boss character in the Grand Prix mode when played at LV6 or higher.

Fixed issue in online play where the healing area created by HP Juice would sometimes shift position.



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