Next weekend, European Splatoon 2 players will have the chance to weigh in on how toilet paper should be loaded. Front roll or back roll? It’s a question that could only be asked by someone who’s never wiped their ass before.
The Splatfest festivities are over and the results are in: mayo may have lost the popular vote, but it still managed to take home the prize. And yet, many salty ketchup players are calling shenanigans.
Splatoon 2's first post-launch Splatfest has a theme, and while the event hasn’t officially begun yet, people are already getting riled up. The lobby has become a battleground, with everyone making a case as to why you should pick one side over the other. Marina, as everyone guessed, is Team Ketchup, while the gremlin…
Splatoon 2 just had its first Splatfest, asking players to fight and see which dessert is better: ice cream or cake. The competition was rigged from the start thanks to the popularity of Marina, the Octoling pop singer.
During the final “Splatfest,” an event where Splatoon players are divided into global teams, most of us believed we were just voting for the best waifu. Turns out, we were helping decide the future of Splatoon’s lore without knowing it.
After spending more than a year falling in love with Callie and Marie, Splatoon’s final Splatfest asked players to choose between them. It was incredibly close, but we’ve decided to live with mom. Wait.
Splatoon’s Splatfest, its eight-player inky turf war, is ending on July 24th, Nintendo announced yesterday. And it’s the ultimate battle: Callie vs. Marie, Splatoon’s two spunky mascots. Inklings are riled up over #waifuwars, as it’s being called, and already picking sides — or bemoaning Splatfest’s end:
Splatoon’s last big event asks one impossible, divisive question: are you Team Marie or Team Callie? It will be a waifu war for the ages.
Splatoon players have some pretty strong opinions about one of the oldest fights in video games, Pokémon Red versus Pokémon Blue.
Wooooow. So that’s how it is, huh?
Splatoon’s Splatfest event was delayed over “tentacle difficulties,” according to Nintendo, but it’s back on for July 4th at 12 AM PT through 11:59 PM. During Splatfests, players choose a side and fight for dominance. This week, it’s cats vs. dogs. (Go dogs!)