According to a press release from Atlus, the primary concerns focused on will be the connectivity issues that users have reported. Now, the game will judge players’ Internet connection and attempt to only match players with optimal performance. This performance patch will work for quick-play online players and game hosts.
Some games charge for new content. Other games patch content and try to call it DLC.
Indie developer Bane Games is doing just the opposite with Battle Group. Launching Dec. 15, this new update will feature a new survival mode and the ability to sync with iCloud. And for the super technical, players will also receive the option to turn on or off the rasterised screen effects.
For a very limited time, you can buy this game for the iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad for $1.
Combining Missile Commander combat with shmup controls, Battle Group allows players to choose one of three factions and engage in naval battles with other fleets. Power-ups and new ships become available as the game evolves.
Bethesda is responding to numerous complaints that remain in Skyrim after the release of their 1.2 patch last week. The oddest and certainly funniest glitch, is the backwards flying dragons, and PS3 users are still reporting framerate and lag issues, but this patch does not address this issue. The patch is to fix the backwards dragons, and a glitch in magic resistance calculations. The patch will be released over all platforms by the end of the week. [ Bethesda blog.]