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Natsume has updated Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley with a new patch. Version 1.1 is out now for all North American owners.

Here’s a breakdown of the patch straight from Natsume:

Thanks to all the fans who provided feedback for The Lost Valley to make it even better: a new patch has arrived for #HarvestMoon: The Lost Valley! Your North American copy of the game should automatically prompt you to download Version 1.1, which includes:

Improved Harvest Sprites~ Earn friendship faster, and watch them do way more work!
Improved Watering Can: 50 wasn’t enough, so now it holds 200!
Change in dog’s behavior: Some of Fido’s naughty habits have been minimized!
Minor tweaks to code that should improve gameplay!

There hasn’t been any news about the patch being available in Europe, but we’ll let you know if we hear otherwise.


Nintendo and Monolith Soft have prepared a patch for Xenoblade Chronicles X in Japan. As of today, version 1.0.1 is available for download.

The update does a few things, although none of them are major. Here’s a brief summary:

– Adjusted equipment / doll equipment sorting so its easier to use
– Calculation for the union grams have been adjusted so that it is not effected by the amount of players in a union.
– Other fixes & adjustments

Xenoblade Chronicles X came to Japan on April 29. The North American and European launch is scheduled for December.

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ZaciSa’s Last Stand is receiving a third update in the very near future. ZeNfA Productions submitted the patch to Nintendo, and it’s estimated for release in early August. That applies to all regions.

Below are the official notes for ZaciSa’s Last Stand:

  • The game has been improved upon to allow for even smoother experience. Even more crazy moments, like multiple Tesla Coils and Triple Enemy spawns barely lag at all.
  • The maps: PING 1.5+, BLOK DROP U & Pollux System all have their starting money increased to allow for a better experience.
  • Bot Changes:
    • Tesla Coil now has slightly increased power.
    • Drone now has slightly increased power.
  • Bot Upgrades: Costs for upgrades are at a lower rate to allow for more upgrades. This only effects late stage upgrades, early level upgrades are still the same.
  • Game Over Changes
    • Money no longer provides as big of bonus to your score as it used to.
    • Max score bonus from leftover money is now capped as well.
    • Outstanding loans no longer hurt your final score as much either.
    • These changes provide some fairness to the game scores.

ZaciSa’s Last Stand originally launched last July. Since then, the game has been updated with improvements and new features.


Cypronia is currently preparing an update for Cube Life: Island Survival, and it’s coming soon.

Here’s a look at what will be introduced in version 1.1:


  • Local multiplayer (Gamepad vs WiiU Pro controller + TV)
  • Wii U Pro Controller support
  • Pets
  • 20 more items added such as doors

Issues addressed

  • Invert Y-axis button added
  • HDR effect ON/OFF button added
  • Hale of Bay – fixed crash
  • Drowning on land fixed
  • Better tool durability (axes, armour…)
  • Hunger and thirsty drop slowly
  • Water flood after loading fixed
  • Animal drop items more frequently
  • Increased gravity, when you fall

Creative mode improvements

  • Icons do not change position
  • Added explosives
  • Added Flat terrain feature
  • More colour blocks

Cube Life’s 1.1 update is scheduled for sometime next month. After that’s over and done with, Cypronia will begin work on even more updates. The studio has plans for more Survival mode and multiplayer maps, plus more animals, enemies, and items.


A new update for Ping 1.5+ was recently released. Once downloaded, players can more easily post to Miiverse and use new stamps in the community. Additionally, “levels have been readjusted to be easier for players and the stars count towards unlocking worlds.”

Here’s the full update news from Miiverse:

Thanks to Jake for the tip.


Nintendo has given Super Smash Bros. for Wii U a new update. Players can download the latest patch now, which is version 1.0.9.

Today’s update is on the simpler side of things. Nintendo’s official notice is as follows: “Adjustments have been made for a more pleasant gaming experience.”

That’s it – at least in terms of what Nintendo is saying. I’m sure people will be poking through the files to see if there are any changes to things like character stats.


Nintendo came out with Splatoon’s 1.3.0 update last night. It makes changes to the Ink Resistance, Stealth Jump, and Ninja Squid. Take a look for the video below to see how these modifications stack up to the previous version of the game.

The newest update for Splatoon, which was announced for the game last week, is now available. Your game will be brought up to version 1.3.0 after applying the patch.

Today’s update makes adjustments and changes to Splatfest, weapons, and abilities. We’ve attached the full patch notes below for those who missed out on them last week.

Update: Bumped to the top. Nintendo’s official patch notes have been added in.

A new update for Splatoon is releasing next week, Nintendo has announced. The game will be brought up to version 1.3.0.

Splatoon’s latest update makes improvements and changes to the Splatfest, weapons, and gear. The full breakdown is posted below.

Big John Games has confirmed that the 1.1 update for Cube Creator 3D is now in lot check. It’ll take roughly 30 days for it to be approved, and then a release date can be determined.

Big John Games has also shared extensive information about what’s new in Cube Creator 3D version 1.1. Here’s a quick overview:

– Fantasia and Inferno environments
– New enemies
– 3 new block types
– Can collect light and dark tree wood in Survival Mode
– 8 new Texture Packs
– New music
– Performance improvements
– Customize the Survival Mode campaign
– Transfer worlds between Creative and Survival Mode
– Loading and modifying worlds is enhanced
– Bug fixes

Continue on below for the full overview of Cube Creator 3D’s version 1.1 update straight from Big John Games.

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