Nintendo’s popular and unique online shooter, Splatoon for the Wii-U launches its sequel, Splatoon 2 on the new Nintendo Switch.
The game is pretty much the same, has the feeling of a port, slightly updated graphics, with and eight arenas that have been better tuned for maneuvering paint-and-swim. Squids are able to climb sides of walls and go through grated surfaces for shortcuts and the paths are all different heights adding to the difficulty of getting a good kill.
If you’re wanting to play with friends online, Nintendo recently released their new voice chat systems application on the Android and iOS store. This is the only way to talk with your friends, we’d recommend getting a bluetooth headset for your phone. Voice chat isn’t required, but if you want to strategize, it’s your best option.
Take a look at the latest trailer for the game.