To the players of Pokémon Duel, Version 3.0.5 is available to download now and for those of you who have yet to hit update, here is everything you can expect from the update, which includes balance patches which we’re going to get out of the way first: Continue reading [Update] New Figures & Balance Patches (Pokémon Duel Version 3.0.5)
Super Mario Run has finally run its way to android devices, and with it comes a great number of changes that also affects the iOS version of the game as the huge Version 2.0.0 update is available right now!
In fact this update is so massive that there’s quite a bit to it, so much so we’ve got no choice but to share it all here, and more! I hope you have a few minutes to spare. Continue reading [Update] Here’s Everything we Know about the Super Mario Run Version 2.0.0 Update
With the next Pokémon Duel update slated to release tomorrow, with it comes some new balance patches that will affect the likes of Delphox, Torterra and Groudon and we have details of those changes right here: Continue reading [Update] Tomorrow’s Pokémon Duel Balance Patch Affects Delphox, Torterra & Groudon
A new update for Pokémon GO is rolling out this very minute but don’t go getting your hopes up.
With Trading and Revised Gym Battles not due to be implemented any time soon, as far as this update goes, we have to settle for more text fixes and a random evolution item given as a reward for visiting PokéStops for 7 days in a row. Here’s the announcement from Niantic: Continue reading [Update] Text Fixes and Random Evolution Items Make up Pokémon GO’s Latest Update
Following the global release of the version 1.2 of Super Bomberman R, official patch notes have been shared and because we know a few of you like reading this sort of thing, here are those notes in full:
Nintendo has just revealed that Super Mario Run is finally going to be available from the Google Play Store from the 23rd of March onwards, and now they’ve given us even more incredible news!
Revealed via an in-game notification on the iOS version of Super Mario Run, a huge update is one its way that will add new characters and introduce Bowser Challenges, (one of which that will allow players to “unlock World 1-4 in the free version of the game.”) But wait, there’s more!
Additional content is also teased as the notification specifically states that the two mentioned additions above (new characters and Bowser Challenges), is not everything and we can expect to hear more about what this version 2.0.0 update brings with it, in the coming days/weeks.
Why days/weeks? Well no release date has been given for the update and while it would be nice to see the update roll out the day the app does for android devices (as that would make a lot of sense, which is something I have said before during an Let’s Talk About Podcast here at Miketendo64), there is of course a possibility it could come out a few days or even a week later, but fingers crossed that won’t be the case.
But what about the new content itself? Having previously a possible version 2.0.0 update during the same Let’s Talk About above, I made a case that Birdo would be a great character to add to the game, since Birdo and Yoshi can of course work in a similar fashion, but it seems we’ll be getting more than one character, so maybe Princess Daisy or even Rosalina could be joining the party. Whoever it is though, just don’t go expecting any new Worlds to be added, as Nintendo have specifically stated they won’t do that, but maybe, just maybe, we’ll get to see a huge wave of new items hit the store and the max number of Toads we can hold expanded.
Just as soon as additional news and information on Super Mario Run’s 2.0.0 update arrives, you can expect to read all about it, right here at Miketendo64.
Source: Super Mario Run (Mobile app)
Get ready to update that software!
Whether you’re in Japan, North America or even Europe, the patch update for Super Bomberman R is available now and all you have to do to get it is as opting to update the software. (Check for updates and then saying download when it pops up.) And just in case you don’t know what the update is for, as previously stated it “helps refine gameplay, control input and characters controls for both online and offline play.”
Just bear in mind that the length of time to download the update will vary, depending on the speed of your internet connection.
Get ready to hit update!
Due to the presences of some annoying online battle issues, Konami have been working hard on a fix and that fix is well on truly on its way as the update is already slated to roll out in Japan on the 17th of March, but it’s not known for certain if the update will also becoming to Europe and North America on the same day, or if it will be sometime next week instead. Continue reading [Update] Super Bomberman R’s First Update Rolls out This Week (In Japan)
It may have taken a good few months before version 11 of @moldyclay’s amiibo chart was finally finished, but fast forward a month and a bit and version 11.1 is finished and out now!
Only the newly updated chart doesn’t come alone as @moldyclay has also taken the liberty of sharing his patch notes that consists of all the new additions to his complete chart, but has also created three additional charts, which consists of a 3DS only one, a Wii U only one and a Nintendo Switch one and we’ve got all four charts and patch notes, for your viewing pleasure right here: Continue reading [Update] @moldyclay’s amiibo compatibility chart Gets the Version 11.1 Treatment
A new update for Fire Emblem Heroes is available now and while it is not stated as being a necessity, it really is.
When Version 1.1.0 released, Arena Duel issues cropped up and earlier today a Notification was sent out, which mentioned an update would be sent out and this is that update, even if it just states the update consists of “bug fixes,” so if you want to get rid of the Arena Duels issue, this update is a good way in doing so.
Source: Google Play Store
As with any new app, an update focused on bug fixes, is put out almost immediately and the Nintendo Switch Parental Controls App is no exception. Continue reading [Update] Nintendo Switch Parental Controls App Gets its First Minor Update
Attention dear North American based, Wii U owning Shantae fans. If you have been sat by your console waiting for the update to release, then be prepared to wait a few days longer.
While the update is in fact out for almost every region and every platform going, Matt Bozon, the creator of Shantae, has announced on Twitter that the Wii U version for North America will not be getting the update until Thursday. Nothing has been said as to why this is, but it is the reason we are given. So sorry guys, but you will have to wait a little bit longer.
Source: @MrBozon (Twitter)
FAST RMX has only available as a digital title on the Nintendo Switch for a couple of days and already a new update has been revealed for the title.
While it is not available now, Shin’en Multimedia have stated on Twitter that the update is coming soon and that it will consist of Time Attack and Online Friend Support, and already the fan reaction to this announcement has been incredibly well received. Continue reading [Update] Online Friend Support is Coming to FAST RMX!
The first update is out now for Fire Emblem Heroes and is available for both iOS and android devices.
However as far as it’s patch notes go, whilst stating “a new feature and new event have been added,” it doesn’t specify what and nor does the game when you start it up. Lastly there have been system improvements as well (bug fixes.)
Source: Google Play Store
Here we go again!
It has just been revealed that tomorrow’s Pokémon Duel update will see another 4 figures affected by a new balance patch and we have the details right here: Continue reading [Update] Tomorrow’s Pokémon Duel Balance Patch Affects Charizard, Tyranitar & Others