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Toki Tori 2 Update Now Available For Europe, North America Next

By Kevin on May 08 2013 01:21 PM
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So Toki Tori 2 is too difficult, you say? OK, fine.

Toki Tori 2 — the popular Wii U eShop open-world strategy puzzler developed by Two Tribes — has a new software update. Since its release on April 4th, several issues have been fixed, allowing players to experience a more enjoyable gameplay adventure. If that's not enough, the update also adds a new super-secret area to the game for an added incentive. While the new update is currently only available in Europe, Two Tribes assures its North American fanbase that their chance for the update "will follow a little later (still awaiting Nintendo confirmation)."

Two Tribes is also planning to release another update in the future that will address several other issues of concern based on feedback from fans. You can purchase Toki Tori 2 for $14.99 from the Wii U eShop. Here's a full list of new features found with the update.
  • Improved the flow of the game after reaching the room with the ‘thing’
  • Added another super-secret area
  • Fixed a bug where Toki Tori was invisible after returning to the game
  • Fades between levels now fade the audio too
  • Simplified the puzzle in the underwater passage
  • Fixed an issue when the TokiDex was completed in the photo room
  • Some back- and foreground elements got a fresh coat of paint
  • When all the collectibles in a level (or the entire game) are collected a melody will play to notify the player
  • Fixed a rare bug where the player completed the game, but the end scene wouldn’t trigger
  • Various level tweaks, based on Miiverse feedback
It's great to see developers taking a proactive approach to ensure its fans are happy by receiving the latest and greatest software updates. Thanks, Two Tribes!

Source: Two Tribes Tweet

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Well this is good stuff for sure. I am glad that some of there changes were based on Miiverse feedback. This makes me even happier that Nintendo created these communities where developers can get some great feedback.
Miiverse could turn out to be exactly the lure that Nintendo needs to attract third-party developers.

Twitter has become a pretty incredible tool as well. So many companies and institutions are using it as a press-release announcement venue, it's really valuable. I look forward to seeing Animal Crossing New Leaf's use of Twitter. I know the Japanese account for the game was always announcing fishing tournaments and special item giveaways.