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Pokemon Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl has been updated to version 1.1.3

Every time that Nintendo releases a new first-party game, there is usually a month or two of small, but frequent, updates. These updates focus mainly on bugs and exploits that had been discovered after the game’s release. Pokemon Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl has been no exception, with Nintendo doing the same thing.

Well, an update for Pokemon Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl has been released, bringing the remakes to version 1.1.3. The official patch notes don’t say much. In fact, there is even less in this update’s patch notes than there was for the small version 1.1.2 update that released earlier this month. All Nintendo says is that they “fixed some issues for more pleasant gameplay”.

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4 comments

  1. Its a shame that its fine for a company to actually release and sell an uncooked game because we can update it online. The game doesn’t even include its intro in the cartridge… I would be more than happy to wait even a year so the game would be full and with more content (at least not less than platinum I guess…)

    1. Stop being childish and evolve… We’re living in a digital age, everything works with internet and videogames won’t be the exception.

    2. All the game developers do it now. They can’t keep up with demand if development takes too long. Video game making is largely streamlined for efficiency. It is actually quite remarkable we can update games. Some real terrible ones have been made glorious. That could never have happened in the past.

      I’d say that is a good thing. Consumers can also just hold off on buying games right at launch and waiting for additional updates that improve user experiences. We all have a part to play in how we can best experience the video game medium.

  2. They want to fix so more moon stones show up How the hell are you meant to complete the national Dex without getting moons stone

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