Those of you in North America who have a copy of the action-packed IronFall: Invasion will be pleased to know that the 1.1 update is now available to download from the Nintendo 3DS eShop. The latest update brings a number of notable improvements including the ability to cover during a mad sprinting session and a four second invisibility after respawn in the multiplayer mode. Here’s a detailed log of all the changes available in IronFall: Invasion version 1.1.
Improvements (Paid version).
Campaign and Multiplayer:
- Magnetization on the Y axis when entering aim mode.
- Ability to cover during the sprint.
- “Quick Online Match,” new option.
- “Demo ON/OFF” and greater variation in arena selection.
- “Free For All – Don’t bet,” players earn credits when they finished in second place.
- Four-second invincibility after a respawn.
Improvements (For All)
Campaign and Multiplayer:
- Possibility to use much faster settings for the camera and aiming.
- Easier to turn during a sprint.
- U-turn easier to achieve
- Weapon balancing (Grenade Launcher, Explosive Rifle, Shotgun).
- Improved efficiency of the “Shock Gun” weapon.
- “Free For All,” player’s score canceled if leaving the current session, (alternative: score canceled when the player leaves the current session.)
- Version number detection.
Game Freak and Nintendo’s free-to-play eShop title Pokemon Shuffle has updated with new events today following its downloadable patch last week. Along with new events, the match-3 game has introduced its first worldwide passcode. Players will have to enter a short code on the settings screen under “Passcodes”, where you can enter the following number and obtain two Mega starts for your Pokemon team: 20150007. So if you’ve been in a spot of trouble lately, the two mega starts – which allow specific caught Pokemon to mega evolve before the battle begins – will help players to clear some of those pesky higher levels.
In addition to the passcode, new events have also been added. The Pokemon Company has extended the Mew event until March 23, which is lucky for players who have been nabbing the daily 1,000 coins from it. Plus, alongside the daily Rotom events, players can battle and capture the legendary Kyogre from Pokemon Alpha Sapphire until March 23. You’ll also unlock a jewel the first time you complete the battle, too. Let us know if you’ve been enjoying the free-to-play game in the comment section below.
Pokemon Shuffle has been updated to version 1.1.1 on the Nintendo 3DS eShop. The free-to-play puzzle game – where players must match 3 or more Pokemon of the same kind to progress through various levels – must be updated in order to obtain jewels from in-app purchases and play daily events. Players must update their game through the Nintendo eShop and redownload the 686-block title. Once downloaded, players will be required to check-in via the internet to initiate any daily events or special stages.
Version 1.1.1 is due to fix any bugs or issues that may have cropped up during gameplay, and must be downloaded to participate in any real-time events. Pokemon Shuffle has reportedly been privy to a recent 3DS browser hack, which allowed users to bypass the game’s microtransactions, though has since been resolved by the latest 3DS firmware update.
Nintendo has just released a new firmware update for Nintendo 3DS owners. It is version 9.5.0-23U and I’m afraid it is just a stability update. As if the Nintendo 3DS wasn’t stable enough. So yeah, sadly there’s no additional features with this update but make sure you download it.
- Further improvements to overall system stability and other minor adjustments have been made to enhance the user experience
Yup, there’s an update coming out next month for Azure Striker Gunvolt on the Nintendo 3DS and New Nintendo 3DS. The news was announced today alongside the announcement for the high anticipated sequel and a retail release. The new update is coming March 11th in Japan and will probably launch at the same time for those of you in the United States. The update includes the following new features mainly for the New Nintendo 3DS.
- New Nintendo 3DS: ZL and ZR will be used to switch weapons;
- New Nintendo 3DS, loading times will be improved;
- Several new songs will be added: for regular missions, the ending, and Boss Rush.
Eight player Super Smash Bros fans should rejoice today as the company has added fifteen modified 8-player stages to Super Smash Bros For Wii U. You won’t have to pay a penny for them as they have appeared as a free update which is available to download now. You certainly can’t grumble at that. Get playing!
- Mario Circuit (Brawl)
- Luigi’s Mansion
- Lylat Cruise
- Pokemon Stadium 2
- Town & City
- Wii Fit Studio
- Mario Galaxy Ω
- Mario Circuit (Brawl) Ω
- Great Cave Offensive Ω
- Lylat Cruise Ω
- Pokemon Stadium 2 Ω
- Town & City Ω
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An update for Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric has now been made available in North America. Last week, SEGA and Big Red Button released a patch for the Wii U game in Europe, fixing a number of known bugs including Knuckles’ infinite jump and various other improvements to aid stability. Clocking in at just over 1GB, the sizable patch can now be downloaded from the North American Wii U eShop. Though we’ve yet to see any official update transcripts from the development team, an unofficial guide of fixes from Sonic Stadium can be found, here.