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The Nintendo Switch's growing library of first-party titles continues with the addition of Splatoon 2. Very much a sequel and not a port of the Wii U original, Splatoon 2 provides the first true competitive online experience for the device. Plus, a great new co-op mode and a single player campaign too.

Featuring the same visual style and look as the original, one might take a glance at Splatoon 2 and think it was another Wii U remaster for the Switch along the lines of Mario Kart 8. It isn’t. And even though we’re only two years out from the original game Splatoon 2 is every bit a fully-fledged sequel. Traditionally so, as it keeps everything that worked the first time around whilst building out a more varied experience. This time the single-player campaign, called Hero Mode, has been expanded in terms of both the story and the variety of levels and giant Boss Battles it offers. Multiplayer has been expanded to include a charming new co-op horde mode called Salmon Run, and Turf War has been refined with new balancing and some new ink-weapons too.


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