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Nintendo just sent out a new update for Splatoon 2. The latest version for the game is 1.1.2.

Today’s update addresses an issue with the SplatNet Gear Shop as well as a problem with displaying ranking information. Additionally, Nintendo adjusted the number of points required to fill the special gauge for a few weapons.

We’ve posted the full patch notes below.

New Frontier Days: Founding Pioneers has received a first update. Version 1.1 is available, clocking in at 61MB.

The update primarily consists of three aspects. Arc System Works added in a function that lets you select multiple pioneers at once plus more languages, and balanced the story mode. Full details on the update are below.

A new update has just gone live for Graceful Explosion Machine. If you’ve purchased the game, version 1.1.0 can now be downloaded.

First, Graceful Explosion Machine’s score screen has been redesigned. A new AI system was also created to capture the best part of your run, which is shown on the score screen. Loading should also be nearly twice as fast now.

Vertex Pop says the following about today’s update:

Saber Interactive is putting the final touches on a new update for NBA Playgrounds. Players will have access to new modes, content, and features soon.

First up, NBA Playgrounds is getting a 3-Point Contest mode. The game’s rebounding system has been reworked, and friend invites are planned. Finally, 33 new players are being added.

Below is a trailer for the upcoming update:

The update will be live on Switch soon. Hopefully it won’t take nearly as long as the previous patch.

A new update for the Switch Parental Controls is going out. You should soon be able to download version 1.1 on iOS and Android.

When live, you’ll see a number of new additions, including play records for each individual user. Full patch notes are as follows:

– Daily and monthly game time per person
– Daily non-gaming time spent on the console
– Daily time spent with Parental Controls disabled
– Average play times per month
– Days played per month

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A new update has just gone out for Super Smash Bros. on Wii U and 3DS. Version 1.1.7 is available on both platforms.

Today’s update does what you would expect. After applying the patch, the Cloud, Corrin, and Bayonetta amiibo will be supported.

Note that after installing version 1.1.7, replays created in version 1.1.5 or earlier will no longer work.

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Pokemon GO

Niantic is currently rolling out a new update for Pokemon GO. Players on iOS will have access to version 1.39.0, while Android users will be able to download version 0.69.0.

The latest update puts in a few additions, improvements, and fixes. Full patch notes are below. When it’s live, we’ll update this post.

SEGA has announced a new patch for Puyo Puyo Tetris. Upon release, the game will receive balance adjustments as well as stricter penalties for rage-quitters. SEGA intends to have it ready sometime in August.


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Despite being a demo, the Splatoon 2: Splatfest World Premiere has received an update. If you downloaded it previously, version 1.0.1 is now available.

Nintendo hasn’t made any sort of patch notes available, so we’re only left to guess what’s new. Given the small increase in version numbers, it’s likely nothing too big. That being said, it does seem like the construction we mentioned for the Japanese demo is here now in the English version…

Pokemon Duel’s latest update is now live. Players should be able to download Version 3.0.12 from both Android & iOS.

The update includes balancing changes to some of the figures in the game which you can check out the changes here.

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