Mercury, Batman Arkham Origins community manager, has announced on the Warner Bros community forums that the development team has no plans to release another patch for the fragile game and is focussing its efforts on the forthcoming downloadable content which is due out on other platforms. Mercury says if they do eventually get around to creating another patch it will be to target the progression blocking bugs and not the glitches.
“The team is currently working hard on the upcoming story DLC and there currently are no plans for releasing another patch to address the issues that have been reported on the forums.”
“If we do move forward with creating a new patch, it will try to address the progression blocking bugs for players, not the minor glitches that do not prevent one from continuing to play. The issues that are not progression blockers will unfortunately no longer be addressed.”
“We apologize for any inconvenience this has caused for some of you, and want to thank you for having been patient.”
As of December 12 2013, new update data for Pokémon X and Pokémon Y has been made available for download on Nintendo eShop. We strongly recommend that all Pokémon X and Pokémon Y players download and install this update data.
- Fixes an occasional bug causing Pokémon not to learn new moves after evolving through Wonder Trade.
- Fixes an occasional bug where certain captions for Trainer PR Videos were not unlocked in Lumiose City.
- Updates an Internet communication issue.
This update also includes the previous Ver. 1.1 update (released on October 25, 2013).
- Prevents the occurrence of a rare issue in which players are unable to resume playing after saving their game in certain areas of Lumiose City. More info Players already affected by this issue will also be able to resume playing normally after downloading and installing this update data.
- Prevents errors which sometimes occur when using certain functions of the GTS (a feature allowing players all around the world to exchange Pokémon).
Thanks, Navi and Hero_Cup
Sega has confirmed via email that they will be releasing a brand new patch for the competent Sonic Lost World on the Wii U. The patch will be coming on December 11th in Japan and should see a number of issues fixed. Some of these issues include seizure-inducing imagery and other problems that need to be sorted. Hopefully it shouldn’t be too long before we get a patch list, as well as a release date for the west.
Nintendo has announced that it has issued a patch correcting the potentially game-breaking bug in Pokemon X & Y. The bug occurred when players try to save the game in certain parts of Lumiose City. The company previously said that they were working hard on delivering a patch. That patch is now available to download on the Nintendo 3DS eShop.
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Ubisoft has confirmed via Twitter that it is looking at providing a patch for the Wii U version of Splinter Cell: Blacklist. The latest Splinter Cell title has already been patched on the Xbox 360 and the PlayStation 3, with a PC update coming in the future. Here’s what the company had to say about a Wii U patch for Splinter Cell: Blacklist on the console.
For the record, we are also looking at the Wii U version.
Nintendo Japan has announced that it plans to release a patch for Mario & Luigi: Dream Team on the Nintendo 3DS. Nintendo says that it is looking to distribute the patch as soon as possible and the company has apologised for any inconvenience caused. Hopefully issues with the overseas release will be looked into as well. Here’s what the patch fixes.
- On Mount Pajamaja, at the time you break the ice with a spin jump against the Massif Brothers, we fixed the problem in the game that wouldn’t let you progress when you spoke to the Massif Brothers, depending on how you proceeded.
- Late in the game against Antasma, we corrected the problem that didn’t let the battle end properly in certain circumstances.
- In addition, we fixed some other small problems to make the game run more smoothly.
Thanks, CM30 and Kallum
Nintendo has announced that it is bringing out another New Super Mario Bros U patch, but this time it includes support for the Wii U Pro Controller. The patch is expected to arrive around the same time as New Super Luigi U – which is the downloadable content for New Super Mario Bros U. The patch also allows you to purchase New Super Luigi U within New Super Mario Bros U, so you don’t need to go to the eShop to purchase it.
European owners of Devil Survivor Overclocked will be pleased to hear that the promised patch has been released and is now available to download straight from the Nintendo eShop. The patch was confirmed last month by publisher Ghostlight, and will fix temporary freezes when summoning a demon into battle, as well as a crash found within the Auction House. Ghostlight confirmed today via Twitter that the patch is ready and raring to go for the Nintendo 3DS title.
Game developers Two Tribes has revealed that a patch will be released to address some of the issues in Toki Tori 2 for the Wii U. The platformer – featuring a delightful fluffy bird – has been quietly nesting in the Nintendo eShop for over three weeks, but the developers thought it was high-time to provide an update for those niggling problems players have experienced. The update has been submitted to Nintendo and is said to be coming soon. Here’s a list of the issues that has been fixed or changed:
- Improved the flow of the game after reaching the room with the ‘thing’
- Added another super-secret area
- Fixed a bug where Toki Tori was invisible after returning to the game
- Fades between levels now fade the audio too
- Simplified the puzzle in the underwater passage
- Fixed an issue when the TokiDex was completed in the photo room
- Some back- and foreground elements got a fresh coat of paint
- When all the collectibles in a level (or the entire game) are collected a melody will play to notify the player
- Fixed a rare bug where the player completed the game, but the end scene wouldn’t trigger
- Various level tweaks, based on Miiverse feedback
Nintendo UK has announced via Twitter that the Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate Wii U patch will be available to download on the 16th of April. The patch will allow for Off-TV Play on the Wii U GamePad and also cross region online play with the United States. Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate is available for purchase now, but there have been stock shortages in the United Kingdom.