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.
If a game needed a patch then it would have to be Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric on the Wii U. I’m sure you’ve seen all the hilarious and downright unforgivable glitches apparent in the game. Thankfully, it appears as though the game has received an update. The patch for the game is around 1030MB which is one big update, so presumably it fixes a number of things. I’m not sure if the update is live in your region so you may want to check. It must be worth a download.
Nintendo has just released the latest firmware update for Nintendo 3DS owners. The new update include changes to the HOME Menu including the ability for users to shuffle their various themes. You can also get software updates via the HOME Menu. There’s also the Amiibo menu which you can check out in the video above.
Changes to the HOME Menu:
- A Shuffle Favorites feature has been added under Change Theme in HOME Menu Settings. Users can choose multiple themes and have their theme change when the system is left in Sleep Mode from the HOME Menu or turned on after being off
- Available software updates can now be downloaded from the HOME Menu
- Users can now capture screenshots with both the upper and lower screens included
Improvements to system stability and usability:
- Further improvements to overall system stability and other minor adjustments have been made to enhance the user experience
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Steel Diver: Sub Wars has been updated to version 4.0 today. The free to play game for the Nintendo 3DS has had a number of changes according to director Takaya Imamura after he shared the message with fans on Miiverse.
The biggest change, perhaps, comes with the removal of play coins for online battles in the free version. In previous updates to the game, players would have to store up a number of play coins in order to battle others in multiplayer mode – initially two which was then reduced to just one play coin. However, if you bought the full version of the game, play coins wouldn’t be needed. Now, Version 4.0 removes play coins all together, much to the delight of those who continue to play the free version.
An option to remodel any sub from the Submarine Selection screen has also been added. For £0.89, director Imamura says you can remodel subs to expand their crew-carrying capacity, which now equates to a six crew members for any selected sub. For a full rundown of what you can expect in the update, check out the list below. And to download the update, head on over to the Nintendo 3DS eShop or simply launch the software to start the update automatically.
Tweaks for Version 4.0:
- Submarine diving and surfacing angles
The angle of a sub when it dives or surfaces will not be as steep, which makes it easier to evade frontal attacks.
- Durability balance
In order to improve game balance, we’ve adjusted the defensive strength of submarines with a durability stat of six or more.
- Crew appearance in single-player missions
In single-player missions, crew that you’ve already rescued will not appear, making it easier for you to recruit new crew members.
- Matched Skills
Battles Players between level 30 and level 49 can now match up in Matched Skills Battles.
- Starting positions in Internet Battle The starting positions in Hot Springs were returned to the Version 1.0 settings.
- Play Coin requirement
We have removed the Play Coin requirement for Internet Battle in the Free Version.
- Bug fixes
We fixed a bug that inflicts damage on you when you sink an enemy.
Hyrule Warriors will be getting a rather large worldwide update on November 27th. The newly announced update will see the level cap raised and also support for Amiibo figures. It should be noted that the update is for everyone, not just for those who have got the DLC.
- level cap raised
- max amount of materials raised
- new potions
- new medals
- amiibo support.
Nintendo has released a new update for Pokemon X and Y today. The new update brings both games up to version 1.3 and features stability enhancements and general bug fixes. As per usual, you’ll need to update your copy of X and Y in order to battle other players in online multiplayer with the Player Search System, or if you’d like to use wonder trade, game sync, or download new Pokemon via mystery gift.
Considering Diancie begun distribution on October 27 throughout US GameStop stores, it’s a possible explanation as to why many users were encountering error codes. Players will need to make sure they have space on their SD card for the 320 block download, which can be found over on the eShop or when launching the software.