Five years ago (well, five years and a day ago, actually) the original Splatoon inked its way onto the Wii U. It was an exciting and fresh take on the online shooter and a completely new venture for Nintendo – and boy are we happy that it was released.
Splatoon and its sequel, Splatoon 2, have arguably been two of the most important games in Nintendo’s recent history. They’ve helped the company to embrace the eSports scene with more conviction than ever before, with tournaments being regularly held all around the world, and through regular updates, in-game Splatfests and more, have helped to create yet another dedicated, passionate fanbase.
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