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With the Nintendo Switch seeing a ton of sales and plenty of success early in its life already, it is easy to forgot about the console which was seen as one of Nintendo’s biggest missteps in recent history, the Wii U. Although there were plenty of mistakes which led to the ultimate lacklustre sales and meagre support from third party publishers, there was one thing which stood out from Nintendo during this time.
Which was of course their quirky and brilliant third person paint shooter Splatoon. Which I fell in love with and became addicted to when it first came out. I didn’t even own a Wii U, so I came over to a friend’s place to play it for days after launch. Now two years later, Nintendo are making their paint shooting series portable, with Splatoon 2 coming to the Switch.