Today the game DreadOut had an important update. Be advised though, this update will brake your save file if you are halfway through the episode one. The Act 0, namely the demo, has been integrated with the main game (Act 1) and everything has been prepared for the arrival of Act 2 , the final part of the game. The update brings a few drawbacks like dropping support for multi-language (for the time being) and being optimized for 32-bits systems and not 64-bit. For more information, check out the link below.
The Bayonetta 2 demo has been in the eShop for some time now. I just got to play it and all of the positive feedback the game has received is well justified. The controllers are incredibly spot on and if you mess up, it’s most likely your own fault. The graphics show that it was originally a seventh generation title. For example, Jeanne’s hair shows some clear polygons but the game has an overall artistic style that makes it look good overall. The game will be releasing in October 24th on the Wii U.
IGN just posted a trailer for the latest game in the Fatal Frame series. The game is coming out in September 27 in japan. The latest games on the series came out in the original Wii but did not come over to America. Lets see if this one does.
Nintendo recently updated the Wii U OS with version 5.0.0. Here is a list of new features according to the Nintendo support page.
Version 5.0.0 U, available via an Internet connection, includes the following improvements:
- A Quick Start Menu is now displayed when users press the GamePad POWER Button or HOME Button to power on the Wii U
- Users can start recently played or newly installed software directly from the Quick Start Menu *1
- Wii U GamePad Alerts (special notifications from Nintendo) can be displayed on the GamePad when the Wii U is powered down
- Users will be notified with an audio ringtone when a new GamePad Alert is displayed
- GamePad Alerts that have been received can also be viewed through the Quick Start Menu*2
Changes to Standby Functions:
- System updates will now automatically install after download when the Wii U is in Standby
Changes to the Wii U Menu:
- The User Settings screen now displays when users select their User Mii from the Wii U Menu
- The design and layout of the Users Settings screen has been updated
- This includes the ability to switch the active user from the User Settings screen
Changes to System Settings:
- Quick Start Menu options have been added to Power Settings
- Wii U GamePad Alert options are located within the Quick Start Menu options
Changes to the HOME Menu
- A Notification icon is now available on the HOME Menu, allowing users to launch the Notifications feature from the HOME Menu
Improvements to system stability and usability:
- Further improvements to overall system stability and other minor adjustments have been made to enhance the user experience
(*1) The Quick Start Menu is only displayed when the Wii U GamePad POWER or HOME Buttons are pressed. Other controllers, such as the Wii Remote Plus and Wii U Pro Controller, will continue to power on the Wii U
(*2) Wii U GamePad Alerts are different from the notifications received via the Wii U Notifications feature. Wii U GamePad Alerts settings can be changed via Power Settings located in System Settings.