Every now and then a game just sounds like it’ll deliver a unique engagement for its players. The vocal leadup to Splatoon had it pegged as such an outing since its debut at E3 last summer. The Big N’s take on the third-person shooter pits players against each other in a war where their weapons emit ink instead of bullets and the goal is to not gain the most kills, but spread their colors across the map in hopes of out-turfing the opponents. If there were ever a game that screams “NINTENDO!,” it’s Splatoon. Looking at it in action is enough to recognize that it delivers on its promise of being different. But, does it outperform those expectations by bringing another joyful experience to the Wii U?