Nintendo’s springy fighter, Arms has added achievements and replays in the latest update.
Complete certain challenges in the game and you’ll unlock an appropriate badge as a reward (along with some in-game cash). Confusingly, the game won’t let you know which moves are required until you’ve done them, making it difficult to aim for them all — at least until the community figures them out.
Along with this, a new replay feature has been added which will record you last five games, letting you watch them back in real-time or slo-mo to capture your finest moments. There’s also a new single player challenge in the form on Springton, a robot fighter who’ll supposedly show up when when you’re doing well in Grand Prix mode at level 4 and up.