Arms adds badge achievements and a new replay feature

Show who's the springiest of them all.

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.

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