Splatoon 3 Review - Suffers from CoD-ism | Zyro-EG

Jason says, "No, Splatoon 3 does NOT push into any new ground. One might say it doesn’t need to, but that’s really the copy-pasta syndrome we collectively hate CoD for. To say that someone could easily mistake me for playing Splatoon 2 if they weren’t intimate enough with the game is an understatement. It clearly suffers from CoD-ism. That doesn’t change the fact that it’s still the most intense, wet-and-wild shooting fun I’ll ever have each and every time and that it runs well with its eye-catching colorful splashes of cu-INK, of ink. But with dated netcode, no new modes, and a majority of old maps and equipment, what it brings new is not quite ample enough to call it “fresh”."

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46player65d ago

Most honest review of Splatoon that I’ve seen. It’s pretty much the same as S2, which was pretty much the same as S1. I’ve got plenty of hours on these, level 50 on the 1st, but the 2nd one was almost a carbon copy of that original Wii U outing so I’ve played it much less. I would only buy this if you are a newcomer or you okay a lot online and the S2 online player population is low.