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Level-5 is finishing up another big update for Yo-kai Watch 3. First details were shared today about version 3.0, which launches in Japan this spring.

Gematsu provides the following information:

– New Enma – Each version of the game will add a new Enma
– Yo-kai Watch 3: Sushi – Taiyoushin Enma
– Yo-kai Watch 3: Tempura – Jikuushin Enma
– Yo-kai Watch 3: Sukiyaki – Ankokushin Enma
– New quests
– Quests include befriending KJ and Fubuki-chan
– Each version of the game will add exclusive new yo-kai that can be obtained
– Yo-kai Watch 3: Sushi – Isononami
– Yo-kai Watch 3: Tempura – Yamaokami
– Yo-kai Watch 3: Sukiyaki – Tsukinoyami
– New yo-kai in every version, including Agyou, Onmoraki, Chouchin Obake, Gosu, Ungyou, Doubyoushi, and Mesu
– New Dungeon and Guardians for Busters Treasure Mode
– A new Yo-kai World-like, onsen-esque dungeon had been added to Busters Treasure mode, as well as new Guardian Anahori Mogzou
– Bushiou and Captain Thunder will also appear as Guardians
– Kemamoto and Nagisaki have been added to the RPG parts
– You can ride a helicopter, explore a peaceful mountain village, and discover yo-kai
– Fish at the port town Nagisaki

A trailer for Yo-kai Watch version 3.0 is below. A couple of commercial are past the break.

Pokemon Duel received a new update today. Version 3.0.4 is available for players on both iOS and Android.

Once updated, Pokemon Duel users will have access to the Dragon Gym Cup, which features new figures including Dragonite earned by reaching 35 wins. Also, trophies will be provided at the end of the event with you being able to display on your ranking screen. The event itself has all Dragon-type Movement 1 & 2 figures get an increase of 1 for movement and Fairy-types getting an Attack increase of 20 for each attack.

You’ll have until March 23 at 04:59 UTC to participate. Booster Redemptions are available until March 30.


Some Super Bomberman R players have been experiencing issues with control lag, leading to even bigger problems when playing with others locally and online. Thankfully, Konami intends to address the situation.

A notice posted to the Super Bomberman R website states that Konami’s “first priority is to adjust control response times which will improve both the online experience and control lag during offline battles.” An update is being prepared, and a date for its arrival will be shared “very soon.”

Other than that, additional updates are coming “to continuously improve the experience for players, both online and offline.”


Fire Emblem Heroes

Fire Emblem Heroes has received a new update, but don’t expect any major content. Nintendo pushed out version 1.1.1 on both iOS and Android today. According to the patch notes, the update implements bug fixes.

Nintendo Switch Parental Controls

Update: Bumped to the top. The same update is out now. For some reason, it’s version 1.0.1 rather than 1.0.2.

Original: A new update is out now for the Switch Parental Controls app, but only on Android as of now. It’s changed to version 1.0.2 on the device. Nintendo says that bug fixes were implemented, and that’s pretty much it.

Inti Creates was hoping to have Blaster Master Zero’s update ready for the game’s western launch tomorrow, but it’ll take just a bit longer. A tweet sent out earlier today notes that the patch, which adds support for the Switch Pro Controller, will be going live on March 16 instead.

Blaster Master Zero won’t just be on Switch. The 3DS is seeing a simultaneous release as well.


The first wave of Neo Geo Switch games from Hamster’s Arcade Archives series debuted in Europe and Japan last week. Unfortunately though, many players quickly became aware of issues pertaining to brightness and audio.

Hamster has heard the complaints and is already looking to address the situation. Next week, the games should be updated to correct the reported problems.

Also worth noting, NAM-1975 is coming to the Japanese Switch eShop tomorrow. It will cost 823 yen.


Update: More details about the update:

There’s now restrictions on when certain types of Event stages can be played as of March 14th
Defeat Stage 11 – Unlocks ☆ difficulty levels and Meowth & Victini stages
Defeat Stage 90 – Unlocks ☆☆ & ☆☆ difficulty event stages as well as the Eevee Skill Booster stage
Defeat Stage 120 – Unlocks ☆☆☆☆ difficulty event stages, Competitive Stages and Pokémon Safari
Defeat Stage 135 – Unlocks Escalation Battle stages
Defeat Stage 150 – Unlocks ☆☆☆☆☆ difficulty event stages
The abilities Prank and Mind Zap have also been altered so that they won’t activate during Disruption Delay or a Pokémon is hit by a status condition
Competitive stages now have a new golden icon, separating them
Mission Cards will now take you to the stage in question when you tap on them
When you unlock and EX stage, it tells you what Pokémon it is
Sorting Pokémon has been made easier. Sorting by Attack Power and Level will automatically sort Highest to Lowest

Original: A new update for Pokemon Shuffle is out now. The game has been updated to version 1.4.

Thus far, we’re hearing that there’s now has a present icon next to stage numbers where you can earn Personal Skill Boosters or other items in the game. We’ll bring you additional details as we get them.


Blaster Master Zero is getting a patch to add Switch Pro Controller support, and it should be out very soon. Inti Creates told one fan on Twitter that the company is doing everything it can to have the update ready for the North American and European release on Thursday.

The tweet reads:

While the release date for Blaster Master Zero’s update isn’t confirmed, we should be finding out when it will be available soon.


HullBreach Studios has been hard at work on version 2.0 of SDK Spriter. Work is almost complete, and the indie developer has shared a complete listing about what to expect from the new update

HullBreach recently posted on Miiverse:



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