There’s a man in our office, let’s call him Danny. Because his name is actually Danny. »
Form up Squid Kids, it’s nearly time to build squads and play without those horrible strangers. Two new matchmaking modes arrive in Splatoon on August 5, plus 30 more player levels, more than 40 pieces of gear and a pair of new weapons. »
Over time, fans have noticed that underneath all those bright colors and cheery attitude, Splatoon can be a pretty creepy game. Surely Nintendo has an explanation for that, right? Well... »
It’s pretty easy to miss Splatoon’s creepiest moments. Had someone not pointed it out to me, I never would have noticed!
Give someone the ability to create anything they want, and there’s a 99% chance that person will make a dick. »
Today at 7pm PST, Splatoon receives a free new multiplayer map: Kelp Dome. Here’s a picture of it! »
If you have managed to tear yourself away from Splatoon’s addictive multiplayer modes and funky fresh boutiques then you have no doubt tried out the wonderfully crafted single player campaign. If you own the game and you haven’t given it a chance you really need to do so. »
Intrigued by Nintendo’s competitive online multiplayer painting game but don’t own a Wii U? Thanks to the magic of custom maps, anyone with a PC and a copy of Minecraft can enjoy a fairly accurate Splatoon experience. »
Normally, Splatoon matches are nice and chill—I frequently find myself smiling even when I lose. Things are different in ranked mode. Ranked mode is intense. Ranked mode is fierce. Ranked mode is where the kids are separated from the squids. »
On today’s episode of Highlight Reel we have bad archers, good snipes, cheeky NPCs, glitchy celebrations and much more! »
Ever wonder what happens if two teams cover the field with the same amount of paint in Turf Wars? Is there sudden death? A tie-breaker? I wish. »
When you boot up Splatoon for the first time, this is what you see. Girl? Boy? The game doesn’t pick one for you, which is different than how most games approach this decision.
Splatoon was just released in Japan! Loads of people are tweeting about how much fun the game is or how excited they are to get it. And those who aren’t talking are showing their affection with art. Fan art. »