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Unepic has a new patch available and Europe, and it should be available very soon in North America too. Wondering what’s new? Then check out the full update notes below.

– Zoom on TV
– Play with both Left Stick and D-PAD.
– Change language within the game.
– English Voices can be enabled in other languages.
– A new “stick and poo” wand included.
– Two new pets that can be obtained completing challenges.

One other note: in the North American version, there is new support for Italian, German, and Portuguese. The European release now supports Portuguese.

Nintendo of America has approved Unepic’s new update. Given that, it should be available for download soon.

EnjoyUp Games shared the update news on Twitter earlier today:

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A quick heads up for our European friends out there: Wii Sports Club’s new update is now available. The same patch, which adds the Resort Course, is also out in North America and Japan.


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It’s a double dose of Nintendo title updates tonight. In addition to Steel Diver: Sub Wars, Wii Fit U has received a new patch of its own.

Here’s what’s new in version 1.2.0:

  • Users that have a Fit Meter registered can now access their own data immediately after starting Wii Fit U from the Fit Meter transfer screen.
  • Users can now post their Fit Meter activity screen to Miiverse after starting Miiverse from the Home Menu.
  • At the Piggy Bank screen, after transitioning from the Fit Meter, users can now display the consumed calorie value that was just transferred.
  • An error was resolved that could cause miscalculation of “Fit Meter Challenge” data if it was transferred from the Fit Meter at the exact time the date changes.

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Steel Diver: Sub Wars’ first update is now available. Simply head to the eShop and grab the update download – after that, you’ll be good to go!

Here’s the full update notes from Nintendo:

  • Morse-code chat has been closed under Internet Mode. Users can continue to enjoy lobbies and Morse-code chat during Random Battles and Matched-Skills Battles.
  • Minor changes to Morse-code chat functionality have been made:
    • The duration of chat in a lobby has been cut from two minutes to one minute
    • A three second time interval has been set for Morse-code signals
  • Overall stability improvements to the online modes have been made to minimize communication errors during online play
  • Fixed an issue where a user’s sequential wins were interrupted due to communication errors during online play
  • Adjustments have been made to the specs of some submarines to further improve the game’s balance

Thanks to NintenDav for the tip.

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Unepic’s update is now available in Europe. Earlier this week, EnjoyUp Games confirmed that the patch had been approved by Nintendo.

The publisher followed up with the following tweet today:


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A significant update is coming soon to Steel Diver: Sub Wars, producer Tadashi Sugiyama revealed on Miiverse today.

First, the patch will address errors players have been encountering since launch – error codes [018-0501], [018-0502], and [018-0506]. Network connectivity as a whole will also be improved.

Sub Wars’ upcoming update will additionally add several fan-requested features.

Finally, the game’s Morse code chat room will be closed. Players will still be able to use Morse code chat while waiting for online battles to begin, and during actual gameplay. Sugiyama is considering “something to replace the Morse code chat room, so please be on the lookout for future updates.”

An update for Unepic has been approved for Europe, and should be out soon.

Publisher EnjoyUp Games shared the news on Twitter in the following tweet:


EnjoyUp did not say if/when the update will be made available in North America.

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Activision and Treyarch have launched a new update for Call of Duty: Ghosts on Wii U, which goes along with today’s release of the DLC map Free Fall. You’ll find the full patch notes below.

Retro City Rampage: DX’s first update is done, and now only needs to go through certification on Nintendo’s end. Once that’s completed, the patch should be available.

The official Retro City Rampage Twitter account tweeted just a short while ago:

We also have a bit of news regarding Retro City Rampage: DX’s Australian release:


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