Unlocking new in-game challenges is nice and all, but where are the Amiibo that unlock new musical numbers? They’re Callie and Marie, Splatoon’s Squid Sisters, and they’ll be hitting stores on July 8.
You had an inkling this was going to happen, didn’t you?
Splatoon players have some pretty strong opinions about one of the oldest fights in video games, Pokémon Red versus Pokémon Blue.
This weekend, the Squid Sisters from Splatoon performed live in concert at this year’s Game Party in Japan. Aren’t virtual idols great?
Game Party Japan 2016 played host to the Japanese National Splatoon Championship. But while that was going on at the front of the booth, it’s back side sported an awesome gallery of fan-made versions of Splatoon’s ink-based weaponry.
4Gamer asked 147 of the biggest names in Japanese gaming which title from 2015 they admired the most. Coming in at number one was Splatoon with 27 game creators saying they admired that most, followed by Bloodborne, Super Mario Maker, and Fallout 4.
The Wii U had a tough 2015. Nintendo can boast that they’ve released some of the most excellent exclusives of the year, yes, but with their next console looming in the horizon, it’s hard not to feel like 2015 was a transitional period.
The most important factor in creating Splatoon-inspired dishes, as Food Network’s Justin Warner does in his latest Foodie Call video, is to make sure the main ingredient is a squid now. Once that’s confirmed, cook away.
For those who didn’t like how some of the Rollers and Blasters were balanced, good news. Nintendo will fix that in an update. For those who did like the way they are now, well, sorry!
Wooooow. So that’s how it is, huh?
For some parents all it takes is a cuddle or a short story to send their little darlings into dreamland. Not me. I have to play video games to get the kids to go down. Poor me.
One of Disney’s downloadable creations for Infinity 3.0 is a paint turf war mini-game called “Squid Wars”. It’s far from perfect, but isn’t it oh-so-adorable that they tried?
From the sound of it, some English-speaking Splatoon players are either afraid of or annoyed with their Japanese counterparts. A few even hate playing against them.
The results of the Autobots Vs. Decepticons Splatoon event are in, and obviously someone’s been paid off. Splatfest? This is bad comedy.
Well, we can add Splatoon to the lengthy list of Skyrim mods.
The next Splastfest event in Splatoon on August 28 will be a battle of truly epic proportions: Transformers Autobots vs. Decepticons. Ink color will be customized based on your choice, and you’ll even get to wear a special t-shirt showing your robotic preference. (Go Autobots!)