Nintendo has released a global update for the four mainline Pokemon games. Version 1.5 for Pokemon X & Y and Version 1.4 for Pokemon Alpha Sapphire and Omega Ruby can now be downloaded directly from the Nintendo 3DS eShop. While it’s not known what changes have been made to the games, it appears various bug fixes are included, along with an update to parts of the game text.
Pokemon fans will need to download the recent updates before playing online – whether in battles, trading via Wonder Trade, or redeeming any event Pokemon through Mystery Gift. Pokemon X and Y players must have at least 246 blocks available on the 3DS SD card, while the Pokemon Alpha Sapphire and Omega Ruby update requires 271 blocks to download. Earlier this month, the Pokemon Company revealed a new psychic-dark cross Pokemon named Hoopa Unbound, which will only be available for Alpha Sapphire and Omega Ruby owners.
If you played with Mewtwo after the launch of the character in Super Smash Bros last week, you may have noticed some glitches and bugs playing with the character online, and on various other modes. Nintendo Japan said they were working to fix the the problem and now they have! The new update 1.0.7 went live today and fixes all the bugs, allowing you to play with Mewtwo safely without any problems, for both 3DS and Wii U. The 3DS update is 1700 blocks, and the Wii U update will take up 21MB of space.
Nintendo has unleashed a brand new update for both Super Smash Bros on the Wii U and Super Smash Bros on the Nintendo 3DS. Once you load the game up you will be prompted to update to Version 1.0.6 and once you do it you’ll be able to redeem your Mewtwo codes, which have already begun shipping out to people. Here’s what’s available in the latest update for Super Smash Bros.
Ver. 1.0.6 [Released 04/15/15]
- Users will be able to purchase DLC from Nintendo eShop.
- Share mode has been added:
- Users will be able to post photos, replay data,Mii Fighter data, and Custom stage data to the official server to share with other users around the world. Users will also be able to search and download the content as well*Users can only post their own content. Content posted to the server will be deleted after 30 days.
Added 6 new 8-Player Stages
- Users will be able to post photos and Custom stages to Miiverse from within the game (Photos will be posted to the official Snapshot Sharing Communityand Custom stages will be posted to the official Stage Sharing Community
- Users can download data from the server to Super Smash Bros. for Wii U if there is an activation button in the images posted on Miiverse.
- Users will be able to share and exchange photos, replay data, Mii Fighter data, and Custom stage data with users on their Nintendo 3DS Friend List.
- Content will be received when the Nintendo 3DS is connected to the Internet
- It may take some time to receive the data
- Content uploaded to the server will be deleted from the server after 30 days.
Adjustments have also been made to balance the game and make for a more pleasant gaming experience.
- Omega Stages:
- Delfino Plaza
- Port Town Aero Dive
- Woolly World
- Orbital Gate Assault
- Wii Fit Studio
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Nintendo has just released Code Name STEAM Version 1.1.0 on the eShop. You will be pleased to know that the update allows you to speed up alien movement while the enemy turns are taking place. The latest update for the game takes up 27 blocks of space. You can read the official patch notes for the game, below.
A new software update is now available for the Code Name S.T.E.A.M. game. This update adds a fast-forward button to speed up alien movement on the enemy turn.
When playing on a Nintendo 2DS, Nintendo 3DS, or Nintendo 3DS XL system, the fast-forward function roughly doubles the speed of the enemy turn.
When playing on a New Nintendo 3DS XL system, the fast-forward function roughly triples the speed of the enemy turn.
One of the things that was admittedly overlooked during last night’s Nintendo Direct presentation was the announcement of a new Super Smash Bros patch. The new patch, which is due to be rolled out on April 15th, includes a number of requested features including tweaked character balancing and additional sharing functionality. Sounds like it should be a good update.
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.