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Following up on last week’s big Miitomo update, another patch for the mobile app can now be downloaded. Version 2.2.1 is out now. Nintendo says that it implements various bug fixes, but that’s pretty much it.

Bandai Namco previously announced that a big Dragon Ball Fusions update is planned for February 17 in Europe. A release date of February 13 has now been confirmed for North America.

Dragon Ball Fusions’ update adds in online battles, an online special moves trading function, new characters, new fusion possibilities, and more.

Here’s a rundown of upcoming content:

New Characters:

  • Future Trunks 
  • Goku Black
  • Super Saiyan Rosé Goku Black
  • Super Saiyan Trunks
  • SSGSS Vegito
  • Zamasu
  • Fused Zamasu

Nintendo issued the latest update for Miitomo a few hours ago to bring in some new features. Take a look at what the mobile release added below.

Nintendo has issued the next big update for Miitomo. Version 2.2.0 is live on both iOS and Android, taking up 83.6 MB.

Note that Miitomo is still undergoing maintenance for the next few hours. Once that’s complete, you’ll be able to fully experience the update.

To recap what’s new:

• A “Miifoto Log” feature, where you can post Miifotos or images from your device with comments.
• Answers can now have images attached.
• You can write a Bio for your Profile.
• When sending a friend request, you can now attach a message.
• You can now use the wallpaper and flooring you receive as backgrounds in Miifotos.
• You can change the outfit your Mii character wears when delivering a message.
• Daily items now have selectable color variations.
• Other various system improvements.

Nintendo is preparing for the next big Miitomo update. Tonight, several hours of maintenance are planned so that the patch can be rolled out.

The maintenance period kicks off at 8 PM PT / 11 PM ET / 4 AM in the UK / 5 AM in Europe, lasting for roughly six hours. Once it’s complete, users can experience the new update.

For those that missed it, you can read about what’s in store for Miitomo’s update here. The notice about maintenance is posted below.

Nintendo has brought out a small update for Super Mario Run, bringing the game up to version 1.1.1. It’s small in nature, as it only appears to implement bug fixes. You’ll need 167 MB for the download.

It goes without saying that Super Mario Run’s update is only for iOS users. The mobile title has yet to launch on Android, although that’ll be changing next month.

Following up on Swapdoodle’s update a few weeks ago, the app has received another small patch. “Adjustments have been made to make for a better gaming experience,” Nintendo says of version 1.1.1. It takes up 136 blocks of space (17 MB).

Thanks to Cameron for the tip.


Poochy & Yoshi’s Woolly World launched in North America and Europe today. With that in mind, Nintendo updated the original Wii U game to support the Poochy amiibo.

Those who own Yoshi’s Woolly World will find version 1.1.0 ready and waiting. Once installed, players “can tap their Yarn Poochy amiibo to the Wii U GamePad while in a course to make Poochy appear in game.”


There’s a lot going on with Miitomo right now. Nintendo just began a collaboration with Fire Emblem Heroes today, and first details were shared about an upcoming update.

Here’s what you can look forward to from the next patch, which is “coming soon”:

– A “Miifoto Log” feature, where you’ll be able to post Miifotos or images from your device with comments.
– The ability to attach images to your answers.
– The addition of a customizable Bio in your Profile.
– When sending a friend request, you’ll be able to attach a message.
– Wallpaper or flooring will be available for use as backgrounds in Miifotos.
– You’ll be able to select the outfit your Mii character wears when delivering a message.
– Daily items will not include selectable color variations.
– Other various system improvements.

Update (2/1): The patch is now live. Takes up 74 MB.

Original (1/28): Minecraft: Wii U Edition will be receiving another update very soon. The patch mainly addresses a smattering of bugs, but also seems to add some new elements like 11 achievements for Survival and 7 achievements for Tumble.

The full patch notes can be found below. When the team sends out word about it being live, we’ll let you know.