The Version 1.0.2 update for Super Smash Bros for Nintendo 3DS is available early on the North American Nintendo eShop. The update will allow you to play online at midnight so it’s an absolute must. You can get it now on the eShop and it’s 364 blocks.
As of October 2, 2014, new update data for Super Smash Bros. has been made available for download in the Nintendo eShop. Users will be required to download this update prior to using the software’s online multiplayer features. Because of this, we strongly recommend that all Super Smash Bros. players download and install this update data.
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Reports are surfacing from Japanese image board 2Channel that players that decide to play as Peach in the For Glory game mode in Super Smash Bros on the Nintendo 3DS online are being given a one day online ban on suspicion of dishonest play. Japanese gamers have been trying to unravel why this is occurring and the main conclusion is that by using “Peach’s down+B attack (move that pulls out turnips) near the start of the battle, the game erroneously sees it as you’ve illegally brought an equipped item into the match” Here’s the transcript from 2Channel.
Q. After playing as Peach in the For Glory online mode, I was smacked with a 1-day ban on suspicion of dishonest play…
A. It’s a bug that has been reported by quite a number of players. The exact details are unclear at this moment, but it appears that if you were to use Peach’s down+B attack (move that pulls out turnips) near the start of the battle, the game erroneously sees it as you’ve illegally brought an equipped item into the match — that’s the most valid explanation that the community can come up with, for now.
It’s best that payers forgo using Peach in the For Glory mode for now.
Q. How long will the ban last?
A. The ban will last 1440 minutes, or effectively, for one full day.
Nintendo of America and Platinum Games have lifted the lid on the online co-op mode in Bayonetta 2 which is titled Tag Climax. The game mode will feature Bayonetta, Jeanne and Rodin – the master of the Gates of Hell. Bayonetta 2 is coming out in the United States on October 24th
Takashi Tezuka has confirmed in the latest edition of EDGE magazine that you’ll be able to share you creations online with others when Mario Maker launches sometime next year. Tezuka says “There will need to be a system for sharing courses online.”
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We already know that Hyrule Warriors won’t feature an online co-op mode like previous titles, but instead the Adventure Mode will feature some kind of online connectivity. Hyrule Warriors Producer Yosuke Hayashihas told Game Informer that “The Adventure Mode features a ‘Network Link’ feature. This allows you to add a ‘Link’ to your maps whose level is based on other users’ play data. If you come to this Link’s aid and fight alongside him, you’ll get access to special bonuses.”
The official Nintendo website says that Hyrule Warriors will feature some form of online functionality. It won’t have online co-op, but will instead feature a special battle in adventure mode that will be playable online. We should get more details in the near future.
“purchase of additional content, automatic posting of play status to Miiverse, and play special battle in adventure mode”
The official Hyrule Warriors Twitter account has confirmed that the action packed title won’t feature an online co-op mode, but will instead have local co-op for you and a friend. The news will come as a disappointment to some as recent Dynasty Warriors titles have always included online play. Hyrule Warriors is due out next month.