The second patch for Minecraft: Wii U Edition is now available, implementing a number of bug fixes to the Wii U version of Mojang‘s flagship title. Some notable changes include fixing a problem when using third-party Wii U Pro Controllers, as well as an issue when copying saves with no space available. The full change log for the game’s latest patch is as follows:

  • Fix for a problem with the analog sticks when using 3rd party Pro controllers.
  • Fix for a crash after playing for an extensive time.
  • Fix for a hang when losing internet connection while in an online game.
  • Fix for a graphical issue when looking through opaque colored Glass Blocks.
  • Fix to enable Game Chat through the gamepad even if it isn’t being used by one of the active players.
  • Fix for an issue when disabling the Game Chat option while in an online game.
  • Fix for an issue with the Game Chat option in splitscreen.
  • Fix for an issue with input when a splitscreen player is using the system keyboard.
  • Fix for an issue when copying saves with no space available.
  • Fix for issues when the user deletes one of the Favorite Mii characters.
  • Display Japanese names for DLC in the in-game shop in Japan, rather than English names.
  • Fix for a graphical corruption issue in the in-game Skin Selector menu.
  • Fix for an issue with the flowing water texture in the Festive Mash-up Pack.
  • Fixed issue with the left stick input while in Edit Layer and Add Layer in the Superflat World creation menu.
  • Corrected some text in the eManual.

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    • The Wii U is such an insignificant little device that even the devs don’t care for it. Why bother complaining how it doesn’t work for the gamepad, at least you guys got the game in the first place (which is a miracle). And don’t give me that crap about optimizing the gamepad… it’s too late to try and save the Wii U; get over it.

      And besides, does anyone really care that much about Minecraft on Wii U? This just proves that Nintendo should just stop making video games. All they care about is those Happy Meals toys in the form Amiibo hahahahahahahahahah!!!!!!!

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          • Mediocre comment? Did you see your own comment? It was dumber than a drunk Michael Pachter.

            It’s more than you’re worth but the Wii U still has the 4 best selling exclusives this gen (and 7 – count ’em – 7 exclusives that have sold more than any Xbone exclusives). Mario Kart 8 has sold more than any Xbone game. There are plenty of indie developers that have enjoyed great success on Wii U, but you get out what you put in. Splurt a sub-part port onto the system and expect to be punished.

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      • So…apparently Nintendo made/owns Minecraft now? Last time I checked, Minecraft Wii U was made by Mojang and licensed by Nintendo. Tbh, for now it w as a dumb, holiday cash-grab attempt by Mojang. Don’t forget (you probably did) that Microsoft owns the Minecraft development team as well. Despite their kindness, I don’t think they wanted the Wii U version to be as superior yet. That’s just a theory. So, in conclusion…. you’re barking at the wrong tree buddy. Oh, and Nintendo should stop making games because of Minecraft? Read my comment again then. Nintendo is a great company, but obviously you’re one of those “other” types of people. In fact, I really don’t care about Minecraft tbh, I’m waiting for Terraria Wii U to come out…. y’know because it’s not just a shitty port…

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      • At least we got it? Serves no purpose if doesn’t have the thing that makes it unique. I can assure you almost everyone was talking about a screen inventory when they wanted the game. By the way, if you wanna forget all the quality games that came out for Wii U, go ahead. It’s your loss. Played safe mostly, but still quality.

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    • Not to mention you still can’t use the gamepad screen when playing local multiplayer. For the life of me, I can’t understand that. The gamepad acts as a second screen when playing singleplayer, but when playing 2-player you have to play splitscreen on the tv.
      Because logic.

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  1. Waiting for the grand day that the GamePad has ‘inventory management’. I really think that many might get Minecraft: Wii U Edition once that type of ‘patch’ is added.
    Saying that, it is good to see that sales have actually been quite strong, so far. Means that the investment made to port the game to the Wii U was a smart one, and that support (patches) should continue.
    Personally, I am waiting for the physical retail edition … by then, maybe ‘inventory management’ on the GamePad will become reality.

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  2. no wii remote and chuck option DISGRACFUL

    NO INVENTRY AND NO GYRO MOUSE im not a dualtardshocker im a adult gamer with skills NO MOUSE POINT OPTION IN A GAME ORIGINALLY INVENTED FOR PC MOUSE

    AM I MISING SOMETHING HERE

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