Splatoon (Wii U) Review | Cubed3

Over the years, there are certain genres that have found an affinity on Nintendo consoles, a comfort zone of fun and familiarity - racing games, platformers, puzzlers and the odd fighting game or two. One of the more popular arenas that Nintendo haven't explored as much are shooting games. Yes, the Japanese game maker did coin one of the earlier arcade experiences with Duck Hunt, but Nintendo haven't yet attempted multiplayer shooting within a market that's saturated by hostile combat, war games and gritty first-person shooting.

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