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A new Miiverse update has gone live for all versions of the social network.

Today’s update brings about four notable changes. The amount of time you need to wait between posting comments has been reduced from 3 minutes to 2 minutes, the character count for posts and comments has been increased to 400, the notifications screen will now display up to 50 notifications, and Your Activity Feed now shows posts that your friends or people you’re following have given a Yeah to.

You can find the full update notes from Miiverse’s Marty below.

Update: Here’s a look at what’s new:

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The 2.0 update for Steel Diver: Sub Wars is now available. To obtain it, head on over to the eShop and initiate the patch download. Simple enough!

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The Wii U version of Disney Infinity has been given a new patch. Those who own the game should see a 1.3.0 update available. We’re not sure what it does at present, but we’ll let you know if we find any concrete information.

Thanks to Jason for the tip.

Pikmin 3 has been updated, and it brings about a new control option. It’s now possible to use the GamePad’s touch screen to throw Pikmin similar to the setup in Nintendo Land’s Pikmin Adventure. Players can switch between control options in the main menu.

Thanks to Jake for the tip.

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Flowerworks HD: Follie’s Adventure has received a patch in North America. Players will be able to use the Pro Controller or Wii Remote after applying the update, which also implements several fixes.

Developer Nocturnal shared the news on Twitter:

We also have a status update regarding Flowerworks HD’s European release:


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The 2.0 update for Steel Diver: Sub Wars won’t be released this month as originally planned. Instead, the game’s director says we can expect it in early June.

Takaya Imamura wrote in a new Miiverse update:

Hello, this is Takaya Imamura, the Director of Steel Diver: Sub Wars. As always, thank you so much for playing. I would like to take a moment to update you on Version 2.0, which we announced recently.

We had been aiming to release Version 2.0 in May. However, we’d now like to ask you for a little more time, in order to ensure that the finished update is as polished as possible. The current plan is to release the update in early June.

I apologise to those who have been looking forward to this release, and thank you for your patience.

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Corcell has prepared a new update for AeternoBlade. If you’ve purchased the game, head on over to the eShop to receive the patch.

AeternoBlade’s 1.1 update fixes several bugs and issues. You can find the full patch notes above.

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Grinsia players on 3DS can now get their hands on a title update. It’s short and simple, yet extremely necessary. The update addresses issues players have been encountering regarding a game-breaking bug.

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A small update has arrived for Wii Street U. The patch “improves security for more enjoyable gameplay” and “fixes a number of issues to enhance the user’s experience and enjoyment”. Nothing too major, but it’s an update nonetheless!

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