For anyone who picked up Score Studio’s Piczle Lines DX when it came to Switch this Summer, once again a new update has rolled out and with it has brought a whole lot of new content. Here is a detailed list of what you can expect from Version 1.28979:
FIFA 18 on Nintendo Switch has been given an update to help fix issues and bugs that have appeared in the game. Some issues include; Missing art, Text overlap, game crashes.
Here is the Update breakdown:
Addressed the following issues in Gameplay:
- Some players would get the same Pre-Match Skill Game before every match.
- The Attempts counter was missing in the Beat Your Main Skill Game.
- The wrong button callouts were highlighted in the FIFA Trainer when performing crosses.
Addressed the following issues in FIFA Ultimate team:
- Some Squad Building Challenges were missing art.
- Text would sometimes overlap on the Squad Building Challenges requirements screen.
Addressed the following issues in Online Modes:
- Multiple issues related to changing control types going into, during, and leaving matches.
- Some of the text was hard to read on the Team Select screens in Local Seasons.
- An issue where the country flags on the leaderboards would be incorrect.
- The pause timer overlay would stay on the players screen after leaving an online match.
Addressed the following issues in Career Mode:
- Prize money was not being correctly awarded for competitions in certain situations.
- An issue, in Player Career, where the game would crash going into a Pre-Season Tournament match if your Pro was injured.
Made the following changes in Audio / Visual / Presentation:
- Updated the Chile National Team kits and crest to be authentic.
Addresssed the following issues Audio / Visual / Presentation:
- The ball would sometimes be invisible in the Pre-Match Cinematics.
- The 3D player image was missing from the Create Player flow.
Source: FIFA Forums
For anyone who picked up Slime-san last month and is still immersing themselves in all its goodness, a new update is available now and you can read its complete patch notes right here:
For the Poké Maniacs looking to pick up Pokkén Tournament DX tomorrow, there’s two things you need to know!
Firstly, while no patch notes have been shared at this time, Pokkén Tournament DX’s first update is available right this second, so when it comes to firing up the game tomorrow after you make your purchase, you might want to make sure you download the Day 1 update first and secondly, if you were going to buy digitally, it’s time to knock the notion on its head. It has been revealed that the physical version of Pokkén Tournament DX features a reversible cover and photos of the cover can be seen right here:
I know going digital can be easier, but no one wants to miss out on this beauty, so forget digital, some yourself some storage space and go physical, you know you want to. As for the update, again there are no patch notes about it at this time, but as soon as there are, we’ll be sure to share them in a separate post. But if you are not yet sold on Pokkén Tournament DX, why not check out our review on it? It’s one of the longest written about the game and covers a whole array of things, so it will certainly clue you in, if that is you need!
Source: @CrocOClock (Twitter)
It’s been quite some time since Miitomo saw a promising update and this week, that’s going to change!
In a notification sent out in Miitomo, the forthcoming update is said to consist of new changes for Miis so that players can now actually customise them the same way they can customise Miis with Nintendo Switch. In other words, more skin colour are coming, hairstyles and a whole of other customisable options.
However additional changes to Miis aren’t the only thing in the cards for this week as “various performance improvements” will also be making an appearance, as for when the update becomes implemented, anyone still playing Miitomo can expect to download the update on the 1st of September.
For an extra bit of reading, you’re more than welcome to check out the two images we’re sharing right here:
Source: Miitomo (Mobile Application)
For anyone who is looking for a good reason to revisit Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap, the devs behind the game (Lizardcube,) have just released a mega update that even sees fixes and changes to audio, as well as hard mode and we’ve got the complete patch notes for all versions of the game, right here:
For anyone who choose to buy VOEZ for their Nintendo Switch, once again a new update is out and with it comes 12 new songs, which you can see for yourself here:
And if you like what you saw, there’s no reason why you don’t try playing them for yourself this very afternoon!
Source: Flyhigh Works Official Channel (YouTube)
While the new latest update for Splatoon 2 isn’t out just yet, it will be in a few hours from the time of writing this, but Nintendo has already gone ahead and shared the complete patch notes a little early, so here’s us doing the same:
I hope you’re not quite done with Magikarp Jump, as a new update has just become available and it is packed with a whole lot of content and while it is too early for us to put together a guide for it like we’ve done for the previous updates, here’s the patch notes of everything we know so for: Continue reading [Patch Notes] Pokémon: Magikarp Jump Version 1.3
For anyone who is still playing Mario Kart 8 Deluxe online and are faced with an issue of prolonged wait times, just to get back to the lobby, a new update is now available and addresses this issue: Continue reading [Patch Notes] Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Version 1.2.1
Just when you think you may have seen everything Breath of the Wild’s Hyrule has to offer and that it is safe to lose yourself fully in another Nintendo game, Nintendo pulls us back with a fresh new update that will add a new News Channel, which players can use to get items from! Continue reading [Patch Notes] The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Version 1.3.1
If you were recently being affected by the issue where the remaining battery charge was not being displayed, a new update is available now that rectifies this issue:
For anyone who wishes to ensure their copy of Splatoon 2 stays fresh, a new update is available now and we have the complete patch notes for it right here:
A new update is coming to NBA Playgrounds that will bring more players, modes and features. The game will be getting a new mode titled “3-Point Contest” in which (you guessed it) you have to score as many 3 pointers as you can. Friend invites are in the works and the rebound system has been touched up again. There will also be 33 new players coming to the game as well.
Here is the update Trailer courtesy of Saber Interactive via their NBA Playgrounds YouTube Channel:
With any luck, the update for Nintendo Switch will be coming quite soon. Fingers crossed that it doesn’t get stuck in the pipeline like the other update.
Source: NBA Playgrounds (YouTube)
Get ready to dig out your Wii U and/or 3DS because it is Smash updating time!
With the likes of the Smash Cloud, Corrin and Bayonetta amiibo releasing this week, Nintendo have put a new 1.1.7 update for both Wii U and 3DS versions of Super Smash Bros. that adds support for the new amiibo, but be warned! Once the new update is installed, “local wireless will not work with version 1.1.5 or earlier. Replays created with these older versions of the software will not work either.”
So if you have some videos you’re not quite ready to say goodbye to just yet, you might want to hold off on updating your game, but if you don’t, you will not be able to play with the new amiibo you pick up this week. I’d hate to be in your shows right now, good luck with making a decision!