Stay Fresh! Or Off the Hook! See if Splatoon 2 makes a splash in my review! The squid-kid Inklings are back on the Nintendo Switch, but have they stayed fresh? Splash with me, Mr. Panda, as I dissect the new modes, online, and updates. And remember: Don’t get cooked… Stay off the hook!
Don’t Get Cooked!
Splatoon is truly the little engine that could. One of Nintendo’s newer franchises, debuting in 2015 on the Wii U, this third-person ink shooter took the world by storm. Though I wasn’t keen on the original game at first glance, it’s easy to see why it became a hit, especially in Japan: hip and colorful characters, regular free updates, and a focus on splatting turf instead of merely shooting others. Only two years later, Splatoon 2 brings the squid kids back to shore. As with Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, it plays very closely to the original but brands itself as a sequel. There are a few enjoyable new bells and whistles, but some baffling decisions keep this sequel from being more than a modest upgrade.
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Splatoon 2’s main multiplayer mode, Turf War, provides largely the same experience as…
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