Sportsball update out now
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TOO DX has released a first update for Sportsball – version 1.0.01. The patch makes a few changes and addresses several bugs.
Read on below for the full update notes.
- Changed Sportsbrawl Pro rules to stock with bombs.
- Controllers inactive for 1 minute will no longer rumble until a button is hit again.
- Added a rumble on spawn
- Changed level background graphics
- Players must now hold the + button to pause matches
- Fixed an issue where matches would restart twice in Sportsbrawl when a tackle happened by the winning team after victory.
- Fixed memory leaks on exiting the match scene.
- Fixed an issue where match number would not save to the replay data, displaying match # 0 on the results screen for all replays.
- Fixed an issue with replays where saved object references were not correctly loaded. This resulted in free lances on moving platforms not syncing movement.
- Fixed a soft lock issue when saving replays without enough space left in the common block. Now the replay will fail to save and an error message will be displayed.
- Fixed an issue where after playing a 60 minute match and watching the whole replay, loading another replay may cause a crash.
- Adjusted the timing of the intro animation to sync up the intro music
More Sportsball footage
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Sportsball will be available on November 6 in North America.
Sportsball screenshots/art, fact sheet
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DEVELOPER: TOO DX
PLATFORMS: Wii U
ESRB: E for Everyone
RELEASE DATE: TBA Q4 2014
Sportsball is an inviting local multiplayer game that entertains an entire room of friends. Up to four players take the reins of exotic birds where they will flap, tackle and dunk balls in to the field net for points and glory, leaving their opponents as feathery tarred balls of shame.