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Tumblr posts made in June of 2017.

June 1

splatoonus



The Splatoon 2 World Inkling International kicks off in two weeks at E3 2017! Watch four teams from around the world compete for the cup! Tune in live at e3.nintendo.com on June 13th and 14th for all the inky action!
#Splatoon 2 #Breaking News #Nintendo Switch #E3 2017 ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

— Originally posted on June 01, 2017 by splatoonus
[[Inkipedia:Tumblr archive/2017/June#161328600689|splatoonus on Tumblr]]


June 2

splatoonus



Just in, new details of the Ranked Battle modes in Splatoon 2. Splat Zones is a mode in which teams compete for control of areas known as, you guessed it...Splat Zones. If the other team gains control of a zone, cover it in your team's ink to steal it back! While the rules haven't changed from the original Splatoon game, the zone coverage status in the middle of the UI now provides more real-time updates.
#Splatoon 2 #Splat Zones #Nintendo Switch ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

— Originally posted on June 02, 2017 by splatoonus
[[Inkipedia:Tumblr archive/2017/June#161351626195|splatoonus on Tumblr]]


splatoonus



In Tower Control mode, teams battle to move a tower deep into enemy territory. As the tower moves along its set path, it passes through a number of checkpoints and–this is key–stops at each checkpoint for a bit before moving on. We've deduced that once a team clears a checkpoint, they'll be able to pass through it again without stopping. Teamwork is key to victory—make no mistake about it!
#Splatoon 2 #Tower Control #Nintendo Switch ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

— Originally posted on June 02, 2017 by splatoonus
[[Inkipedia:Tumblr archive/2017/June#161351837353|splatoonus on Tumblr]]


splatoonus



In Rainmaker, opposing teams battle for control of the Rainmaker, a powerful weapon lying in the center of the stage. Whichever team succeeds in carrying the Rainmaker to the pedestal located in the opposing team's base will taste the sweet nectar of victory. If you charge the Rainmaker up all the way, the shots it fires will explode when they reach their target! In Rainmaker, the best defense is a good offense, so don't hold back!
#Splatoon 2 #Rainmaker #Nintendo Switch ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

— Originally posted on June 02, 2017 by splatoonus
[[Inkipedia:Tumblr archive/2017/June#161352053871|splatoonus on Tumblr]]


splatoonus



Get a leg up on the Splatoon 2 competition with a special Nintendo Treehouse Splat Chat! Learn some fresh strategies from athlete/streamer Jordan Kent, and hear about the new changes being made to the Ranked Battle modes!
#Splatoon 2 #Breaking News #Nintendo Switch #Splat Chat ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

— Originally posted on June 02, 2017 by splatoonus
[[Inkipedia:Tumblr archive/2017/June#161356414369|splatoonus on Tumblr]]


June 3

splatoonus



This bad mamma jamma is none other than the Octoling, an Octarian soldier that can take on a humanoid form and compete with Inklings in speed and maneuverability. And yes, I know they're super rad looking, but do NOT let that fool you. They'll come after Agent 4 with whatever weapon they can find, from shooters to rollers to sloshers. Their face visors have also gotten an upgrade, and as much as I hate to admit it, look pretty flippin' fresh.
#Splatoon 2 #Octoling #Octarian Soldier ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

— Originally posted on June 03, 2017 by splatoonus
[[Inkipedia:Tumblr archive/2017/June#161393985606|splatoonus on Tumblr]]


June 4

splatoonus



We've gotten some Octarian intel that wasn't available to us in our most recent research footage. This odd creature is called the Tentakook. Tentakooks have an annoying tendency to dodge attacks while they litter the ground with bombs. Try hounding them into a dead end before finishing them off.
#Splatoon 2 #Octarian #Tentakook ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

— Originally posted on June 04, 2017 by splatoonus
[[Inkipedia:Tumblr archive/2017/June#161431739137|splatoonus on Tumblr]]


June 6

splatoonus



Check out the Splatoon 2 Edition Nintendo Switch Pro Controller, featuring a vivid neon pink and neon green color scheme, and a fun Splatoon 2 pattern! Available July 21.
#Splatoon 2 #Nintendo Switch #Pro Controller ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

— Originally posted on June 06, 2017 by splatoonus
[[Inkipedia:Tumblr archive/2017/June#161513102379|splatoonus on Tumblr]]


June 7

splatoonus



The Blaster is a relative of the shooter family, but it fires balls of ink that explode in midair. It's a bit lacking in the range and fire-rate departments, but when it hits...it HITS. And even when it doesn't hit, it can still hit thanks to the ink explosion. It comes equipped with a Toxic Mist sub and a Splashdown special.
#Splatoon 2 #Main Weapon #Blaster #Nintendo Switch ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

— Originally posted on June 07, 2017 by splatoonus
[[Inkipedia:Tumblr archive/2017/June#161549962024|splatoonus on Tumblr]]


splatoonus



This new sub weapon is called Toxic Mist. Once thrown, opponents caught in the mist move slower and their ink is slightly reduced. The longer you're in the mist, the stronger the effect becomes.
#Splatoon 2 #Sub Weapon #Toxic Mist #Nintendo Switch ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

— Originally posted on June 07, 2017 by splatoonus
[[Inkipedia:Tumblr archive/2017/June#161551713753|splatoonus on Tumblr]]


splatoonus



Great for brusHing up your skills, the Octobrush is a brush with dense bristles that fling a thick stream of ink with each swipe. It comes equipped with the Autobomb sub and the Inkjet special to keep distant foes on their toes.
#Splatoon 2 #Main Weapon #Octobrush #Nintendo Switch ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

— Originally posted on June 07, 2017 by splatoonus
[[Inkipedia:Tumblr archive/2017/June#161553502787|splatoonus on Tumblr]]


splatoonus



This new sub weapon is the Autobomb. As its name implies, once thrown, it will automatically start walking toward a nearby opponent. When it approaches the opponent, it stops and goes KERSPLAT!
#Splatoon 2 #Sub Weapon #Autobomb #Nintendo Switch ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

— Originally posted on June 07, 2017 by splatoonus
[[Inkipedia:Tumblr archive/2017/June#161555361423|splatoonus on Tumblr]]


splatoonus



This is the Splattershot Pro. Developed for more advanced users by the team behind the Splattershot, it has incredible precision and solid range. Great for players who have a lot of faith in their accuracy and positioning. This set comes equipped with a Point Sensor sub, and you can cover your teammates with the Ink Storm special.
#Splatoon 2 #Main Weapon #Splattershot Pro #Nintendo Switch ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

— Originally posted on June 07, 2017 by splatoonus
[[Inkipedia:Tumblr archive/2017/June#161557267245|splatoonus on Tumblr]]


splatoonus



This special's called the Ink Storm. Throw this device to create a cloud that rains ink down onto the battlefield. The cloud gradually moves away from where the device was thrown.
#Splatoon 2 #Special Weapon #Ink Storm #Nintendo Switch ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

— Originally posted on June 07, 2017 by splatoonus
[[Inkipedia:Tumblr archive/2017/June#161559206914|splatoonus on Tumblr]]


splatoonus



This handy sub weapon is the Point Sensor. If thrown near opponents, it will mark them temporarily, revealing their location to your teammates.
#Splatoon 2 #Sub Weapon #Point Sensor #Nintendo Switch ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

— Originally posted on June 07, 2017 by splatoonus
[[Inkipedia:Tumblr archive/2017/June#161561082180|splatoonus on Tumblr]]


nintendo



Check out the latest Nintendo Switch trailer featuring ARMS, Splatoon 2, and Pokkén Tournament DX! Can you find all the easter eggs?
#ARMS #Splatoon 2 #PokkenTournamentDX #Pokemon #Nintendo Switch ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

— Originally posted on June 7th, 2017 by nintendo
[[Inkipedia:Tumblr archive/2017/June#161546577848|nintendo on Tumblr]]


June 8

splatoonus



This is the Dynamo Roller. High strength and long range are its game, but its motor does weigh it down a smidge. It comes with Ink Mines as a sub and the Sting Ray special allows for taking down foes from a comfortable distance. This set appeals to those too stubborn to give up inked turf.
#Splatoon 2 #Main Weapon #Dynamo Roller #Nintendo Switch ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

— Originally posted on June 08, 2017 by splatoonus
[[Inkipedia:Tumblr archive/2017/June#161583269969|splatoonus on Tumblr]]


splatoonus



This is the Ink Mine sub weapon. Basically, it's a trap that you place on the ground. When an opponent gets close, it activates, revealing their location to your teammates. You can place up to two at once.
#Splatoon 2 #Sub Weapon #Ink Mine #Nintendo Switch ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

— Originally posted on June 08, 2017 by splatoonus
[[Inkipedia:Tumblr archive/2017/June#161584831308|splatoonus on Tumblr]]


splatoonus



This is the Splash-o-matic, a weapon fine-tuned for highly accurate barrages. It's a little lacking in power, but provides a good cover spread with its rapid fire. It comes equipped with a Toxic Mist sub and Inkjet special. This set is recommended for aggressive players who want to lay the splatdown.
#Splatoon 2 #Main Weapon #Splash-o-matic #Nintendo Switch ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

— Originally posted on June 08, 2017 by splatoonus
[[Inkipedia:Tumblr archive/2017/June#161586452921|splatoonus on Tumblr]]


June 9

splatoonus



This is the latest model of the iconic Splattershot, an all-around weapon that's great for mastering the basics of battle. It comes equipped ith Burst Bombs as a sub weapon and Splashdown as a special.
#Splatoon 2 #Main Weapon #Splattershot #Nintendo Switch ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

— Originally posted on June 09, 2017 by splatoonus
[[Inkipedia:Tumblr archive/2017/June#161621192878|splatoonus on Tumblr]]


splatoonus



The Splat Roller represents the roller class of weapons that excel at close combat and inking turf. Tap to fling ink, or just ink the ground as you run. This set comes with the Curling Bomb sub and Splashdown special. The roller allows you to perform a vertical swing that sends in flying farther than a standard swing.
#Splatoon 2 #Main Weapon #Splat Roller #Nintendo Switch ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

— Originally posted on June 09, 2017 by splatoonus
[[Inkipedia:Tumblr archive/2017/June#161622730595|splatoonus on Tumblr]]


splatoonus



This is the Splat Charger, a weapon designed for long-range offense. Charge up ink, then release to fire it out all at once, inkling a long path in an instant. This weapon can store its charge, allowing you to swim around for a short time without losing your charge. This kit comes with Splat Bomb sub weapons and a Sting Ray special.
#Splatoon 2 #Main Weapon #Splat Charger #Nintendo Switch ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

— Originally posted on June 09, 2017 by splatoonus
[[Inkipedia:Tumblr archive/2017/June#161624348334|splatoonus on Tumblr]]


splatoonus



This is the Splatterscope, for those that like to stay safe and shoot from afar. The added scope allows for more effective long-distance aiming. Great for hitting far-off targets, but your view is narrow while charging. Because the fancy scope takes up so much space, the ability to store charge has been dropped from this model. This set comes equipped with Splat Bomb sub weapons and a Sting Ray special.
#Splatoon 2 #Main Weapon #Splatterscope #Nintendo Switch ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

— Originally posted on June 09, 2017 by splatoonus
[[Inkipedia:Tumblr archive/2017/June#161626027217|splatoonus on Tumblr]]


splatoonus



The Splat Dualies are the standard model of the new Dualies weapon class. You can carry one in each hand, and their propulsive exhaust nozzles allow you to perform a high-speed dodge-roll. You can't move for a brief period immediately after rolling, but the two sights overlap during that time, increasing your accuracy and fire rate. This base set comes with the Burst Bombs sub and Tenta Missiles special.
#Splatoon 2 #Main Weapon #splat dualies #Nintendo Switch ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

— Originally posted on June 09, 2017 by splatoonus
[[Inkipedia:Tumblr archive/2017/June#161627730019|splatoonus on Tumblr]]


splatoonus



It's a bucket! The Slosher can be a brutal weapon in the right hands. It's basically a bucket of ink that you can toss straight at an opponent. No nonsense. Also great for attacking elevated positions behind walls. This base set comes with a Suction Bomb sub and Tenta Missiles special.
#Splatoon 2 #Main Weapon #Slosher #Nintendo Switch ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

— Originally posted on June 09, 2017 by splatoonus
[[Inkipedia:Tumblr archive/2017/June#161629438263|splatoonus on Tumblr]]


splatoonus



This bad boy is the Heavy Splatling. The mechanics are similar to those of a charger, but it's in a class of its own. Compress your ink, then release to unleash a fat stream of ink from the cannon. Each charge uses a huge amount of ink, and charging it leaves you exposed for a while, so play smart. This set comes with the Sprinkler sub and Sting Ray special.
#Splatoon 2 #Main Weapon #heavy splatling #Nintendo Switch ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

— Originally posted on June 09, 2017 by splatoonus
[[Inkipedia:Tumblr archive/2017/June#161631198016|splatoonus on Tumblr]]


splatoonus



The Sprinker sub weapon can attach to the ground or walls and spray ink. It operates at full power when placed but gradually gets weaker. You can place one at a time.
#Splatoon 2 #Sub Weapon #Sprinkler #Nintendo Switch ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

— Originally posted on June 09, 2017 by splatoonus
[[Inkipedia:Tumblr archive/2017/June#161633032854|splatoonus on Tumblr]]


splatoonus



This special weapon is called the Sting Ray. Holding down the fire button will fire a high-pressure jet of ink that can pierce walls. It's so powerful that you can't change direction quickly while firing. However, when you're not firing, it allows you to see the location of opponents on the other side of walls.
#Splatoon 2 #Special Weapon #Sting Ray #Nintendo Switch ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

— Originally posted on June 09, 2017 by splatoonus
[[Inkipedia:Tumblr archive/2017/June#161634861199|splatoonus on Tumblr]]


June 11

splatoonus



The Squid Beakon and Splash Wall aren't present in the E3 demo, but they will be in Splatoon 2 when it launches on July 21. We also believe there may be other weapons and devices that haven't been discovered yet. Our research continues.
#Splatoon 2 #Sub Weapon #Squid Beakon #Splash Wall ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

— Originally posted on June 11, 2017 by splatoonus
[[Inkipedia:Tumblr archive/2017/June#161706760109|splatoonus on Tumblr]]


June 12

splatoonus



In the upcoming Splatoon 2 World Inkling Invitational, a selection of 14 different types of Gear Abilities will be available, giving players some options. All abilities at E3 will be in their initial state. In other words, no gear sub abilities will be unlocked.
#Splatoon 2 #Nintendo Switch #World Inkling Invitational #Gear Abilities #E3 2017 ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

— Originally posted on June 12, 2017 by splatoonus
[[Inkipedia:Tumblr archive/2017/June#161734047139|splatoonus on Tumblr]]


splatoonus



Let's introduce a few of the Gear Abilities. This is Special Power Up. As the name implies, this ability raises the performance of the equipped special weapon. For example, when used in conjunction with Tenta Missiles, the targeting reticule will be larger, making it easier to lock on to more opponents.
#Splatoon 2 #Nintendo Switch #Gear Abilities #Special Power Up ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

— Originally posted on June 12, 2017 by splatoonus
[[Inkipedia:Tumblr archive/2017/June#161734376739|splatoonus on Tumblr]]


splatoonus



This Gear Ability is called Sub Power Up. As the name implies, this ability increases the performance of an equipped sub weapon. How performance changes is contingent on which sub is being used. For example, when using Burst Bombs, it's like the Bomb Range Up ability from the previous Splatoon game, so you'll be able to throw bombs farther. With Ink Mines, the area of effect will be larger.
#Splatoon 2 #Nintendo Switch #Gear Abilities #Sub Power Up ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

— Originally posted on June 12, 2017 by splatoonus
[[Inkipedia:Tumblr archive/2017/June#161734723489|splatoonus on Tumblr]]


splatoonus



This Gear Ability is Ink Resistance Up. It reduces damage taken and improves mobility when walking through enemy ink. This ability was in the first game, but it was restricted to shoes as a Main Ability. In Splatoon 2, this ability is now stackable (meaning you can equip multiple instances of the ability to make it stronger). It's available on headwear and clothing, and can also be added as a sub ability. Think about the fashion-coordination possibilities!
#Splatoon 2 #Nintendo Switch #Gear Abilities #Ink Resistance Up ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

— Originally posted on June 12, 2017 by splatoonus
[[Inkipedia:Tumblr archive/2017/June#161735532314|splatoonus on Tumblr]]


splatoonus



This is the Quick Respawn ability. When you get splatted more than once without taking down any opponents, this lets you respawn faster than normal. This is a slight tweak on this ability's function in the first game. I imagine some of the other returning abilities have been adjusted in kind.
#Splatoon 2 #Nintendo Switch #Gear Abilities #Quick Respawn ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

— Originally posted on June 12, 2017 by splatoonus
[[Inkipedia:Tumblr archive/2017/June#161735831034|splatoonus on Tumblr]]


June 13

splatoonus



While we were researching multiplayer battles, we discovered a small mark we hadn't seen before. Our theory is that this mark is displayed when multiple players cooperate to take down a single opponent. We're calling it an "assist mark" for the time being.
#Splatoon 2 #Nintendo Switch #assist mark ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

— Originally posted on June 13, 2017 by splatoonus
[[Inkipedia:Tumblr archive/2017/June#161781628829|splatoonus on Tumblr]]


splatoonus



On the battle results screen, in addition to the number of players you splatted or assisted in splatting, the number of times you used your special will also be displayed. As with the first game, there also appears to be a function prepared that will show the number of times you got splatted, but more research needs to be done on this subject.
#Splatoon 2 #Nintendo Switch ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

— Originally posted on June 13, 2017 by splatoonus
[[Inkipedia:Tumblr archive/2017/June#161781761324|splatoonus on Tumblr]]


splatoonus



This is Inkblot Art Academy. Many an Inkling artist graduated from this prestigious institution. There are various sculptures and objects around campus, and climbing up on them can give you an advantage in battle. Even the random ink splashes on the campus buildings have an artistic flair to them.
#Splatoon 2 #Inkblot Art Academy #Nintendo Switch ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

— Originally posted on June 13, 2017 by splatoonus
[[Inkipedia:Tumblr archive/2017/June#161781923687|splatoonus on Tumblr]]


June 14

splatoonus



In Splatoon 2, there are two ways to play Salmon Run: local multiplayer and online.

Local multiplayer lets you play anytime, anywhere. When you don't have enough players gathered locally to start a full 4v4 Turf War, Salmon Run is great option.

Online play, on the other hand, is event-based and can be enjoyed during times when Grizzco Industries is open for business.
#Nintendo Switch #splatoon2 ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

— Originally posted on June 14, 2017 by splatoonus
[[Inkipedia:Tumblr archive/2017/June#161824418194|splatoonus on Tumblr]]


nintendotreehouse



Salmon in the Summer

My name is Corey and I love Splatoon. Even when I'm not playing the game, Inklings somehow always find their way into my life. See below for evidence from a marathon—I wore that ridiculous squid hat for all 26.2 miles. Grueling as marathons can be, having folks on the sidelines yelling “Go Squid Man!” at each checkpoint has a funny way of keeping your motivation up. As part of the Treehouse Product Marketing team, I've had a blast supporting the Splatoon franchise since it was introduced at E3 2014, and I'm fortunate to assist again with Splatoon 2.

A shoal of squids getting ready to run.

Two months ago, we unveiled Salmon Run, a new four-player co-op mode in Splatoon 2 in which you work for this mysterious company called Grizzco Industries. At E3 this week, we shared a few more details during Nintendo Treehouse: Live at E3, but I'd like to elaborate a bit more about some Salmon Run specifics…

Concept illustration of Salmon Run.

Teaming up with friends, you literally take on a part-time job battling enemy salmon creatures called Salmonids. The rules are simple: defeat three waves of incoming Salmonids while collecting Golden Eggs dropped by bosses. If you fulfill the Golden Egg quota each round, you move on to the next wave. If you get splatted by an enemy, you'll toss out a life preserver, which allows you to be revived if a teammate hits it with ink. Complete 3 waves and win! However, if all Inklings fall in battle, it's game over.

Salmon Run is a part-time job—a raspy voice coming from this bear statue will remind you how to earn your paycheck!

There are two ways to play Salmon Run: local multiplayer and online.

Local multiplayer lets you play anytime, anywhere. When you don't have enough players gathered locally to start a full 4v4 Turf War, Salmon Run is great option. Local multiplayer supports both ad hoc local wireless as well as wired LAN Play, assuming you have access to your own router, additional cables, LAN adapters, etc. When you beat all 3 waves on a specific difficulty level, the game suggests you try a harder difficulty. The highest selectable difficulty is 100% (Profreshional), but even seasoned Inklings will be surprised by the challenge dished out at a mere 5%.

Online play, on the other hand, is event-based and can only be enjoyed during times when Grizzco Industries is open for business. In the original Splatoon, Splatfests changed up the online gameplay cycle with a special event every few weeks. Salmon Run will similarly change up the cycle in Splatoon 2, and with greater frequency than Splatfests. To be clear though, Salmon Run will be an additional way to play online; it won't remove the 4v4 modes from the rotation. In online Salmon Run, you can choose to be matched with friends or to be matched with random players online. You can also voice chat with friends while playing via the Nintendo Switch Online smart-device app. In addition, the rewards you earn in online play will vary from those earned in local play (more on rewards to share soon!).

Salmonids go kerSPLAT!

No matter which way you play, below are a few basics that will come in handy during each Salmon Run work shift:

1) Mobility is key. Ink as much ground as possible during the 10-second countdown before each wave begins to give yourself and your team more maneuverability. Sure, the Salmonids are just going to make a mess when they arrive, but nevertheless it really helps to be prepared.

2) Cooperate. You might say, “duh… This is a co-op mode.” But even when not using voice chat, you can communicate effectively using signals on the +Control Pad. This is great for when you get splatted and need to send a distress signal for help. You might also discover landmarks in the distance that make it easier to identify specific locations of the island to your team; this is useful when you're really being rushed by enemies.

3) Always be collecting. When Golden Eggs drop from bosses, Salmonids will take them back into the water if you're not quick enough. Don't dawdle!

Get the eggs to the basket!

Ultimately, you'll want to be ready for anything. Even on the same difficulty level, the types of enemies that show up can vary, the tide rises and falls unpredictably between waves, and sometimes strange occurrences on the island will throw a wrench into your plans for success.

The good news is that you'll always be dressed for success, as the company-provided uniform is pretty sweet.

Safety first! The Grizzco Employee Uniform consists of rubber boots, rubber gloves, and a life preserver.

—Corey O.
#Splatoon #Nintendo Switch #Nintendo #Treehouse ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

— Originally posted on June 14, 2017 by nintendotreehouse
[[Inkipedia:Tumblr archive/2017/June#161833882587|nintendotreehouse on Tumblr]]


June 15

splatoonus



Splatoon 2 single-player lets you fight solo against the Octarians as you upgrade an inky arsenal of weapons. It's a great way to master gameplay!
#Nintendo Switch #splatoon2 #e3 2017 ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

— Originally posted on June 15, 2017 by splatoonus
[[Inkipedia:Tumblr archive/2017/June#161858215654|splatoonus on Tumblr]]


June 29

splatoonus



It's time for some throwback fun Inklings! Moray Towers returns from the original Splatoon for Splatoon 2! What's your favorite map from the original game? #tbt
#Splatoon 2 #Nintendo Switch #TBT #Throwback Thursday #Nintendo Wii U ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

— Originally posted on June 29, 2017 by splatoonus
[[Inkipedia:Tumblr archive/2017/June#162408069344|splatoonus on Tumblr]]


nintendo



Which Nintendo developers know each other the best? Mr. Miyamoto and Super Mario Odyssey Producer Mr. Koizumi, or Splatoon 2 Producer Mr. Nogami and ARMS Producer Mr. Yabuki? Find out in this new video!
#Nintendo #Nintendo Switch #ARMS #Splatoon 2 #Super Mario Odyssey ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

— Originally posted on June 29th, 2017 by nintendo
[[Inkipedia:Tumblr archive/2017/June#162410084249|nintendo on Tumblr]]



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