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Minecraft: Wii U Edition

Minecraft: Wii U Edition is adding the Fallout Mash-Up Pack this week. Once maintenance takes place later this week, the DLC should be out another with update 15. We have the full patch notes below.

Now that SDK Spriter is available in all major regions, HullBreach Studios is turning its attention to the app’s first major update. Version 2.0 will be out sometime in 2017.

SDK Spriter will be adding some new features for free. Additionally, HullBreach intends to create some new DLC. Full details from an official Miiverse post are past the break.

Did you know that Minecraft: Story Mode – The Complete Adventure is now available? Perhaps not, as it was never actually announced, nor was there any official notice about it’s release. But hey, it’s here. And there’s an update to go online with it.

After starting up the Minecraft: Story Mode – The Complete Adventure disc, you might notice that an update is live. It takes up a decent amount of space at 118 MB. It’s unclear what it entails, but we’ll let you know if we hear anything.

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Marvelous published Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns’ fourth update in Japan today. The game is now at version 1.4.

The latest Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns update is highlighted by the addition of Cheburashka. As a new friend, Cheburashka can walk around towns, or even spend some time at the player’s house.

A couple of new events are also added:

– After the Starry Night Festival, the player with a marriage candidate place presents for children
– After the New Year Festival, the player and marriage candidates gather to visit each villages

New winter-related costumes are also added with today’s new update.

PictoParty will soon be receiving a holiday update that integrates some new features. The game will let you play as a Mii character, share/download custom dictionaries on Miiverse, and share sketches on Miiverse. Bug fixes and feature tweaks are implemented as well.

The new update is set for this Thursday. We have a trailer for it below.

Johnny Dynamite made it to North America way back in May 2015. Europe will finally be receiving the digital 3DS game this week. Perhaps the wait will be worth it, as the PAL version will come with an update.

When Johnny Dynamite arrives on the European 3DS eShop on Thursday, players will have access to a new game intro and ending sequence along with six additional levels. Developer Twofivesix implemented some “minor” bug fixes as well. The update will be labeled as version 1.1 – which isn’t out yet in North America by the way.

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Update (12/8): The same update is now available in North America and Europe.


Original (11/22): Over in Japan, a new update is available for Animal Crossing: New Leaf. Version 1.5 arrived earlier today.

Today’s patch is small in nature, and is not up in either North America and Europe. It merely addresses an issue with error [004 – 6006] when players downloaded presents/campers. Nintendo also says that there are additional enhancements to improve the user experience.

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Nintendo recently made it known that a new update was planned for Miitomo. The time has now come, as version 2.1.0 is out now.

The patch notes are as follows:

– You’ll be able to teach Sidekick Mii characters how to answer questions.
– Sidekick Central will be added. This is a place where you can share your sidekick Mii characters’ answers with other users.
– Certain emoji in your Mii characters’ answers will trigger sound effects.

Finger Gun Games is currently finishing up the first update (version 1.1) for Ohayou! Beginner’s Japanese. It should be ready either this week or next week in North America and Europe.

The update doesn’t add any new content, but makes some improvements and fixes a couple of issues. You can read the full patch notes below.


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One of Dragon Ball Fusions’ recent updates in Japan added Goku Black and Future Trunks from Dragon Ball Super. Check out some footage below.

These characters should be coming west early next year, along with online play and other new content.


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