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3DS update version 7.2.0-17 is now available.

Primarily, the firmware affects parental controls. Users can now register an email address with parental controls, and those who do so can send an email to themselves if the PIN is forgotten.

Aside from this, the 3DS’ stability and usability has been improved as well.

Read on below for the full patch notes.

Nintendo has released a new firmware update for Wii U.

Version 4.1.0 is a bit of a small upgrade. Nintendo says that the new firmware improves system stability and usability – no additional features have been added.

Here’s the official update notes from Nintendo:

A new system update is now available for the 3DS. Just like the upgraded Wii U firmware released earlier this week, version 7.1.0-16 improves the handheld’s stability. Other minor adjustments have been made as well.

Head past the break for Nintendo’s official patch notes.

Nintendo has released a new update for Wii U, bringing the firmware up to version 4.0.3. It’s primarily intended to improve system stability (as well as software compatibility).

You can find the official update notes from Nintendo below.

3DS owners can now download a small update for the system. Version 7.1.0-15 makes “Further improvements to overall system stability” and provides “other minor adjustments” to the “user experience,” Nintendo has confirmed. Note that you’ll need the latest firmware in order to access the eShop.

Thanks to Carlos D for the tip.

A new update is out now for the 3DS. It’s nothing too major, though the firmware has been brought forward to version 7.1.0-14. Today’s update, Nintendo says, provides “Further improvements to overall system stability” while also making small adjustments “to enhance the user experience”.

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