So something good came from all that maintenance after all! Granted there is no new event course available for the Wii U version of Super Mario Maker, and hasn’t been for a long time now, but a new update for it (version 1.46) is available now and not to be left out, an update is out for the 3DS version as well (version 1.03).
Only don’t go expecting anything to elaborate from the update, as the full patch notes read only as: “A number of issues have been fixed to make for a pleasant playing experience.”
Still it’s a lot better than nothing and with Nintendo paying some attention to Super Mario Maker once again, either a Switch version is on the cusp of being announced sometime soon, or we might get lucky and there is more content coming. Either way, it’s a win-win.
Source: en-americas-support.nintendo.com & en-americas-support.nintendo.com
Earlier today, Pokémon Duel received yet another update and once again, we’re on hand to provide a quick summary of what it entails so here we go and first up, its balance patches, the Pokémon affected by them and plates: Continue reading [Update] A Quick Summary on Pokémon Duel’s Version 3.0.7 Update
Super Mario Run has been updated to version 2.1.0 on Android & iOS today and brings with it some new features including more buildings & statues, Game Center/Google Play Acheivements have been added as well and you can even display your customized Mii as seen in Miitomo (in different outfits) and the ability to add friends via Nintendo account has been added as well. You can check out the full patch notes below. Continue reading Super Mario Run Updated To Version 2.1.0 Brings With It New Buildings, Acheivements & More
Konami’s Super Bomberman R will be receiving a new update this Friday (April 21st) and will update the game to version 1.3. A brand new stage will be coming to the Nintendo Switch game and various fixes and improvements to the difficulty setting and other tweaks
Source: Bomberman Official Twitter Page
Get ready to update your Switch again at our soonest continence as the latest 2.2.0 firmware update is available to download right now and just like update Version 2.1.0, update Version 2.2.0 solely consists of “General system stability improvements to enhance the user’s experience.”
However should there be more to the update as opposed to what Nintendo is citing, as it could be small preparations for a larger update that is on its way, such as the one we’ve heard previously teased, you can expect to read about any and all developments here at miketendo64.com!
Source: Nintendo America
This week, Nintendo revealed 3 new Kirby games for the 3DS and the first one, Team Kirby Clash Deluxe, is available for free download right this very minute and so is its new update. Continue reading [Update] Team Kirby Clash Deluxe Gets its First Update (Version 1.1.0)
Once again a new update/patch is available for Pokémon Duel players to download directly from the Google Play Store and App Store (depending on if you live in a country that supports the game.) So because there might be a few things you don’t know about, here is everything you can expect from the update, which includes balance patches that we’re going to get out of the way first: Continue reading [Update] New Figures & More Balance Patches (Pokémon Duel Version 3.0.6)
The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild has recently been updated to version 1.1.2 and now Nintendo have officially released the patch notes which list what has been fixed.
Wolf Link amiibo exploit has been fixed. Some users were able to summon Wolf Link with a full 20 hearts without completing the Cave Of Trials in The Legend Of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD. It has now returned to the default three hearts. Those who have completed the Cave Of Trials will have the same amount of hearts that they had when they finished.
The Infinite arrow glitch seems to have been fixed in which players could pick up as many arrows as they like as long as the enemy keep firing arrows at them. It has now been limited to 20-25 arrows maximum meaning all arrows fired afterwards will despawn.
A glitch involving certain bosses disappearing mid-battle has also been fixed. YouTube viewer Michael V commented on the latest GameXplain 1.1.2 Zelda Update Video that he encountered a glitch whilst fighting Master Kohga in which he did disappear during battle, stopping him from completing his quest to reach Divine Beast Vah Naboris. The update has allowed Michael to restart the boss fight once he returned to the Yiga Clan Hideout.
NWPlayer123 backs up this statement saying that Master Kohga’s AI has been updated along with code fixes and save tracking. .
Source: GameXplain (YouTube)
The highly anticipated Version 1.2.0 update for Fire Emblem Heroes has arrived and yes, it is an update that was the wait.
Not to say Fire Emblem Heroes wasn’t a good mobile representation, but the whole only having a Stamina bar that only fills up to 50 could be a bit tedious at times, but now we will no longer need to concern ourselves with that as Maximum Stamina. Then of course there’s all the other adjustments new features added as well. Things such adjustments made to EXP gain, swapping places at the beginning of battle, the addition of Sacred Seals and so much more.
But don’t worry, we’re not going to be vague and leave it like that, so here is the full notification from the game, which covers EVERYTHING the update entails:
And now that you know everything you could possibly need to about what the new update entails, it is time for you to download the update (or download the app even,) and allow yourself to experience the delights of Fire Emblem Heroes and all that it has to offer.
Source: Fire Emblem Heroes (Mobile app)
Following a minor update on the last day of March, Nintendo are back with yet another update for both versions of Breath of the Wild. Continue reading [Update] More Adjustments for Breath of the Wild as Version 1.1.2 is Available Now
Suddenly having issues trying to access the eShop on your 3DS? Don’t worry, because we have the answer!
The eShop is not down for maintenance, it’s just not accessible until owners of a Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo 3DS XL, New Nintendo 3DS, New Nintendo 3DS XL and Nintendo 2DS update their system as update version 11.4.0-37U is available right this minute. Continue reading [Update] Time to Improve Your 3DS’s Overall System Stability with Update Version 11.4.0-37U
A few hours ago, a new update came to Has-Been Heroes. One which saw the game now require 1.1GB just to have it on your Switch and while there are some new patch notes regarding this update, the majority of the “changes” are what we saw put into effect last time, regardless though, we have included them below with the newer details: Continue reading [Update] A Few Things to Expect from Has-Been Heroes’ Version 1.0.2 Update
A new update for Pokémon GO is rolling out this very minute and this time instead of consisting of delightful text fixes, it adds support for a whole other language! (Traditional Chinese.) Here’s the English announcement from Niantic: Continue reading [Update] Pokémon GO’s Latest Update adds Traditional Chinese Support
Regardless of what kind of device you use to play Super Mario Run (iOS or android,) if you’re finding the app to be a bit buggy, than head over to your designated store and hit update.
Super Mario Run has an all-new update out for both devices and it is all about bug fixes and it is next to nothing in size so you shouldn’t have to worry about deleting stuff off your phone just to get it. And now you can go back to squashing Gold Goombas in Super Mario Run’s World Tour.
Source: App Store
Following the release of Lego City Undercover for Nintendo Switch in North America today, already an update is available.
The update is version 1.0.1 and despite requiring 479MB to download it, there has been no mention whatsoever of what this Day 1 update entails, but just as soon as details do come to light, you can be sure to read about them here at miketendo64.com!
Source: Nintendo Everything