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Pokemon: Magikarp Jump has received a new update. On both iOS and Android, version 1.1.0 is now available.

Several new elements have been added with today’s update. Read on below for the full patch notes.

・You can now challenge the Heal League!
・You can now fish up new patterns of Magikarp!
・New events have been added!
・New Friendship Items and Decorations have been added to the Diamond Shop!

Mr. Shifty’s long-awaited patch is out now on Switch. Primarily, the update is intended to improve the game’s performance, including frame rate.

The patch should be downloaded automatically. However, you can also invoke the update process manually on Switch. Once applied, your game should be at version 1.0.3.

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Update (6/7): The update is now starting to go live.


Original (6/5): Niantic is rolling out the latest update for Pokemon GO. Players will soon have access to version 1.33.4 on iOS and version 0.63.4 on Android.

If you were hoping that this would be a big update, you might be disappointed. Niantic is only implementing bug fixes with this patch.

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TumbleSeed is a quality eShop release, but its difficulty might be off putting for some. To fix that, an update is in the works that will make things easier.

On Twitter yesterday, developer Greg Wohlwend noted that the difficulty and response is “our fault, at least in part, and we are trying to find out if there’s anything we can do to fix it.” Wohlwend further added:

“We know how the current version of the game comes off when played in a review setting. Most likely you’ll play it, decide it’s too difficult, and be done with the game. We’re working on fixing that. So before we solicit more reviews, we’d like to try these ideas out first. Our changes probably won’t ‘save the game’, but we hope to give anyone that wanders into our game a fighting chance at enjoying it. TumbleSeed is the best thing I’ve worked on,” he wrote, “which makes the tepid response all the more confusing.”

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Last night, Nintendo began distributing a new update for Fire Emblem Heroes. Players now have access to version 1.4.0, which adds in several new features.

Nintendo’s original patch notes were rather short. However, since then, plenty of additional information has been shared. Continue on below for a rundown of Tempest Trials plus other changes and additions.

What’s in Store for the 1.4.0 Update

Thank you for playing Fire Emblem Heroes. Here’s an update from the Fire Emblem Heroes development team about the new additions for ver. 1.4.0.

■ Tempest Trials
This special event will introduce a series of maps you must fight your way through from beginning to end, using a limited number of teams of Heroes.
If a Hero falls in battle, they can’t be redeployed until the end of the challenge, so be careful.

The last map of the series is a boss stage. Points will be awarded depending on how well you do in facing the challenge. Even if all of your allies are defeated, however, you can still receive points.
Collect points and earn rewards!

Update: Also announced that downloads have surpassed 20 million.


Original: A Pokemon Duel update is now available, including maintenance and a few changes for a few of the figures. You can check out the specific changes to the figures here.

Finally, these figures have been added:

– EX Figures: Swampert, Seismitoad & Suicune
– R Figures: Marshtomp, Stunfisk & Sharpedo
– UC Figures: Palpitoad, Tympole, Seaking, Goldeen & Crawdaunt

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Fire Emblem Heroes has been updated on iOS and Android. If you’ve downloaded the game, you can nab version 1.4.0.

Official patch notes from Nintendo are as follows:

– Added extra gameplay features and a new event type.
– Increased the number of teams the player can create to 8.
– Added an “Accept All” button to accept rewards from cleared quests.
– Added new options to the Settings menu.
– Bug fixes.

Pokemon GO will be undergoing maintenance tomorrow. After it’s complete, yet another balance patch will be issued.

Changes will be made to the following figures:

Saber Interactive is still working towards NBA Playgrounds’ first big Switch update. Although it’s taking awhile, it might be worth the wait in the end.

Saber CEO Matt Karch has been interacting with fans on Facebook, and offered additional details about what the first update for NBA Playgrounds on Switch will entail. Two big things confirmed is a reduction in file size as well as an increase of resolution. Of course, online play is also coming.

Karch’s full comments on the update:

Despite it only being a demo, a new update is going out for the ARMS Global Testpunch. Nintendo is now distributing version 1.1.0.

According to the official Twitter page, the update paves the way for the new content being added to the ARMS Global Testpunch this weekend. Players will be able to play in Hoops and Skillshot, as well as the new Ramen Bowl stage.

Thanks to Cameron for the tip.

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