Pokemon X, Y, Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire aren?t the only games to come to the 3DS these past few months.
This report from Express UK brings to us a lot of games which have since come out this month. There are games that are headed for the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One, while most of the games are for the New 3DS. So how will these games fare, and which ones will players wait for and grab at the soonest?
iDigital Times brings this report of a timely update for the game Pokemon Rumble World, which has come out on the new 3DS. As players well know, most games have errors which may have been overlooked since development. This update addresses flaws and errors in the Pokemon Rumble World for a smoother gaming experience.
An Assortment of Games
April is greeted with a lot of games coming out for the PlayStation, Xbox, and 3DS consoles.
An assortment of games for the PlayStation 3 and 4 and the Xbox One has arrived, according to Express UK, in the form of Tower of Guns, a first-person shooter; Bastion, an action role-playing title; and Stealth Inc. 2: A Game of Clones, which is a puzzle platformer. There?s also Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin, which arrives to PCs as well.
What?s exciting for 3DS players is, aside from Pokemon Rumble World, they also have Xenoblade Chronicles 3D and Etrian Mystery Dungeon to choose from. Both games are sure to be big among RPG fans, with Etrian Mystery Dungeon a dungeon-crawler and Xenoblade Chronicles a science-fiction RPG.
A Fix for Crashes
Pokemon Rumble World is in for an update.
The latest update is to fix a crash, as iDigital Times reports. This crash has been the problem of a lot of players, and it comes in the form of a downloadable update. It?s unclear what other additions the update brings, but at the least, it brings relief from the intermittent crashes that players have been experiencing.
It?s important to note that until players have updated their games, they will be unable to access the 3DS eShop. Pokemon Rumble World is Nintendo?s latest offering which mixes a freemium-structure of pay-to-play with the popular world of Pokemon.
Keeping Players Interested
Freemium is a widely divisive style of pay-to-play; some players may think it?s necessary, while others think it?s a total waste of time. Nevertheless, Nintendo is doing good by making updates and fixes available at timely interjections so that players may ?feel? that they are, indeed, getting their money?s worth.
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