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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.


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:


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.


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:


Nintendo is working on a new version of Style Savvy: Trendsetters for Japan. This will launch in stores on April 17, though a free update will also be available for the previous version starting on March 26.

Here’s what the update entails:

– Go on the walkway using your own coordinated style in MC Mode (previously needed to match your clothing to a certain theme)
– MC will then judge your fashion sense
– New “Dream Boyfriend” mode takes place in your dreams
– In the mode, you can create your own ideal boyfriend
– Can go to all kinds of different places on dates as well, in addition to changing his appearance
– The florist will also be back to tell your fortune according to your dress coordination, once a day
– See all the characters you’ve encountered in Teagan’s special effects AR studio
– Use your 3DS camera and AR cards and check what kind of reactions they put on show as they come to life
– Visit the home of Emmylou, your former co-worker
– Emmylou will be giving you all kinds of advice on life and how to manage your shop
– Out on April 17 in Japan
– Update the previously-released version for free starting on March 26


Vblank Entertainment has provided a look at Retro City Rampage: DX’s music jukebox, which will be added in the game through update #1. Check out the Vine clip below:


Wii Street U’s update is now live in Europe. Nintendo shared the news on Twitter, writing:


Details are in for Dragon Quest X’s 2.1 update. The new batch of information has been rounded up below.

– New class: Item Master
– Update also has an entire finishing mini-game with sharks
– Opening of the cooking guild
– More housing furniture
– Item Master can enhance items used in combat
– Can control some minions as well
– Command machine and material family-type monsters, such as what appears to be a Killing Machine or Restless Armor monster
– Item Master and other classes will benefit from a rise in skill levels to 130 (up from 100)
– This adds new limit breaks such as the Super Falcon Sword skill or casting ever more powerful spells such as Kaboomle
– New furniture additions include jackpot machines
– Unclear if they’re playable
– New monster incarnations
– Update 2.1 out on February 27


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