A brand-new update for Super Smash Bros. for Wii U is now available to download. Version 1.1.0, which must be applied prior to using the game’s online multiplayer features, adds the highly-anticipated Tourney modes. The update also implements functionality to post replays to YouTube and new downloadable content that can be purchased, including new stages and costumes. A full list of what the update brings can be read below:
- Users will be able to purchase newly added downloadable content.
- Added Community and Regular Tournament Modes.
Users can create custom rules and duration of Community Tournaments.
Users can also advertise their tournaments in the Tourney Community in Miiverse.
- Added functionality to post replays to YouTube.
Replays can be viewed on YouTube and the Replay Viewing Community in Miiverse.
*Users can only post their own content.
*A Google account is required in order to use this feature. Please click here for information on how to create a Google account. (This will direct you to an external site)
- Adjustments have also been made for a more pleasant gaming experience.
We finally got reconfirmation today that Terraria is coming to the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS, but what about the all-important multiplayer mode. Well, the Wii U version of the fantasy building game will feature local and online adventures. If you are interested in local multiplayer than you will be pleased to know that you can play four player split screen. However, the number rises to eight player if someone chooses to take the game online. The Nintendo 3DS version of the game only supports local four player multiplayer. As we mentioned earlier, the game will be playable at Gamescom next month.
You may have read earlier that Play Asia were informing customers that the Nintendo 3DS NFC Reader/Writer is region locked. Well, it would appear as though the company was wrong. Twitter user Chelsea has shown the device working with her standard Nintendo 3DS XL which is from the United States.
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The Nintendo UK Store will soon offer a special subscription service to rival Loot Crate. The box will be named the ’N-Box’ and will feature Nintendo themed toys, clothes and other accessories. You can either purchase the ‘N-Box’ separately or subscribe to a three, six, or 12-month plan. The news was reported by MCV who are generally a good source when it comes down to rumours. The Nintendo UK Store was contacted by the publication, but they wouldn’t comment on the rumour.
Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate has been nothing short of a success for Capcom. It has sold ridiculous amounts of units in Japan and has also performed well in Europe and the United States. The company announced today that Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate has now sold more than 3.9 million units worldwide. The next mainline title in the Monster Hunter series Monster Hunter X will be coming November.
Today, Ubisoft announced the development of ZOMBI, an upgrade of the acclaimed survival-horror game, coming as a digital download for the PlayStation 4 computer entertainment system, Xbox One and Windows PC on August 18, 2015.
After being one of the Wii U flagship titles in 2012, ZOMBI returns to challenge gamers on multiple new platforms to find out how long they can survive in dilapidated, infected London. For the second time in history, a great plague has shrouded the city in a fog of death. Thousands have died, or worse, been infected by a sickness more gruesome than death. Once again, this fear-fueled first-person shooter invites all players to dive into the horror, chaos and tension found in the best of the genre. The nail-biting survival experience has been optimized for PlayStation4 system, Xbox One and Windows PC, using the power of the latest generation of hardware to bring gamers to a new level of horror.
Players will experience the original oppressive and intense elements that made ZombiU so innovative. The bug-out bag is a necessary component for survival for each player as it contains all the player’s tools, inventory, first aid kits, maps and more. With permadeath, players are faced with a death mechanic which puts them in the body of a different survivor each time they die. In order to retain the equipment they previously gathered in their bug-out bag, they are forced to track down their old, infected character. Should players risk it all to get their bag back or start scavenging anew?
Update: They are looking to bring the game to retail which hopefully means it is coming.
Yooka-Laylee has already gotten off to a good start with an immensely successful Kickstarter campaign and now the team at Playtonic are looking to bring the 3D platformer to retail. The company announced today that Team17 will be publishing the game at retail and it will be released next year. Team 17, the team behind Worms, will help Playtonic out with localisation, certification, QA, marketing and other business matters.
“Team17 has significant experience in making the most of releasing a game,” explained Gavin Price, creative lead and studio head at Playtonic.
“Personally I feel it would be a great shame if after our great Kickstarter success, we delivered on our promise of a great game and then it underperformed sales-wise because we didn’t have the knowledge, or made a mistake in the way we released or marketed the game.”
“Thanks to our Kickstarter backers, we’re on a really positive trajectory and Team17 is acting like a booster for us on top of that by handling non-game dev tasks.”
“[This partnership] is probably more significant than either Team17 or Playtonic fully realise right now,” she says. “They are friends of ours and we want to help it make sense for everyone.
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