HG: Nintendo is a frustrating company. They watched the rise of PSN and Xbox Live during the seventh generation of consoles. They watched as multiplayer shooters like Call of Duty, Battlefield, Gears of War, and Uncharted began dominating the landscape. For six years they were able to watch and learn the successes and mistakes of their competitors. Then they launched the Wii U, and Nintendo proved they hadn’t learned anything over the past six years. To this day, their biggest franchises have yet to incorporate multiplayer, and Third-Party developers are dropping support fast. At E3 2014, Nintendo announced Splatoon, a third-person multiplayer shooter for the Wii U. I got to go hands-on with the titles to see if Nintendo has finally learned.