Wonderful 101 Remastered just got a new patch that ‘allows higher score totals’

Well then

The Wonderful 101 got a new lease on life this past May in remastered form, but it seems as if Platinum is still tweaking the game ever so slightly.

It’s a blink and you’ll miss it moment, but Platinum recently put up the patch notes for the remastered edition’s 1.0.2 update, which brings a few welcome upgrades to the table. First up: the UI. Minigames have gotten a facelift, with better menus: likely now that Platinum has more time to sit back and tweak little quality of life things after doing the heavy lifting of moving the base game off of the Wii U.

But the best part of the update is easily the improvement to the scoring system, which now allows higher score totals for “certain stages.” You mean my near-perfect rating wasn’t already near-perfect?! You can find the full rundown of the brief patch notes below.

Thankfully Platinum shared this info openly: a lot of games obscure their patch notes so it’s tough to figure out what was actually changed.

The Wonderful 101: Remastered Ver.1.0.2 Update [Platinum]

The Wonderful 101: Remastered Ver.1.0.2 Update Notification

We’ve released an update for The Wonderful 101: Remastered for Nintendo Switch, PS4 and Steam. This update will bring the game up to Ver. 1.0.2.

About the update:

  • Adjusted scoring for certain stages to allow higher totals
  • Switched main and subscreen for easier play in certain mini-games
  • Made the subscreen automatically display when going to Operation Select
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