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:
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)
When Super Bomberman R released last week, there was excitement, there was a wave of nostalgia washing over some gamers and there were some immediate issues. Continue reading Continuous Updates for Super Bomberman R that Starts with Control Response Times
With the Switch and all its launch games set to release less than two weeks from now, more and more retail edition Switch games are making their way to stores across the globe.
Thanks to one individual at a retail store in Australia, we get to see the box art to Super Bomberman R, inside the case and both sides of the cartridges, thanks to images shared online and we have them right here: Continue reading [Random] A Quick Look at the Case & Cartridge for Super Bomberman R
What is one of the best ways to prepare ourselves for the release of Konami’s Super Bomberman R on Switch and fully dedicate ourselves to getting it? How about watching the opening cinematic for that title that sees a frustrated Bomberman dealing with his siblings and Emperor Bulger clearly getting up to no good. We have that does all that and more, right here:
Source: Konami (YouTube)
On the 3rd of March, Bomberman will make his triumphant return when Super Bomberman R releases on the Nintendo Switch, but just what does the “R” stand for?
This question drove one gamer/reddit user to contact Konami US on their official reddit account and this is the response he got: Continue reading (Random) “R” is for Rangers, Among Other Things (Super Bomberman R)
Bomberman is making a comeback and that comeback is taking him exclusively to the Nintendo Switch!
Bomberman is a series we have been without for too long and I know you some of you might be dying to see some footage, but first let’s go over the fact sheet to read why this game is awesome and then see why afterwards: Continue reading Super Bomberman R: A 2017 Nintendo Switch Title (Nintendo Treehouse Live!)
Okay guys I tried, I wanted to list each game separately, but I’ve been up for 4 hours already, so now I’m just going to mention a whole bunch of titles that have been confirmed for the Nintendo Switch in a single article:
Fire Emblem Warriors, which we already knew about, but it now has a release period and the period is fall.
Same with Xenoblade Chronicles 2, release details have appeared and it will release “sometime this year.”
Capcom are bringing Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers to the Nintendo Switch. (No release date given.)
Konami are developing Super Bomberman R for the Nintendo Switch, it will be available in both retail and digital form and releases in March. There is also a trailer for it:
Sonic Mania will also get a Collector’s Edition.
Square Enix are bringing I am Setsuna to Japanese Switch launch.
Shin’en Multimedia are bringing FAST RMX to the Nintendo Switch as an exclusive title, but no word yet on its release date.
Mojang will be bringing Minecraft: Switch Edition to the Nintendo Switch.
Atlus have now announced the new Shin Megami Tensei title, but the US branch has no knowledge if the title will be localised.
Bandai Namco are bringing Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 to the Nintendo Switch and are developing Tales of and Taiko Drum Master for the console.
Lastly, Has Been Heroes, a Viking themed game is also coming to the Nintendo Switch and will release in March.
While our list may end here now, more reveals are expected as the day goes on.
Source: Nintendo Everything