Blackbelly Skatepark, the place where all the rebellious, er... squid children... love to hang out, is coming back in Splatoon 2.
After two years of speculation Nintendo has finally revealed its next... console? Are we calling it that, even though its part handheld? Here's what we know...
The winning team in the ESL Go4Splatoon Splatoon tournament will be among the first to get their hands on Nintendo's new NX console.
Last week saw the introduction of Splatoon's 74th (and final) weapon, the Custom Hyrda Splatling. Today sees the introduction of the final Splatoon map: Ancho-V Games.
The Custom Hydra Splatling complete Splatoon’s weaponry DLC.
The first casualty of turf war is innocence
It's the Nintendo Holiday Mall Tour 2015. Obviously. Merry Christmas everybody!
In another example of Nintendo’s idiosyncratic approach to DLC, Splatoon will be receiving a huge content update on August 6th.
Splatoon adds Tower Control, a game mode that will instantly be familiar to Team Fortress 2 veterans.
Splatoon sales are flying, passing 1 million units in less than a month – even without voice chat.
To promote the release of the Splatoon, Nintendo has taken over the Adrenaline Alley skate park in Corby.
Nintendo publishes a new edition of Iwata Asks covering upcoming squid shooter, Splatoon.
Things are looking promising for Nintendo's new shooter.
Nintendo have announced "important squid research" will be revealed via the next Nintendo Direct.
Nobody slept with anybody's mother, are we clear?
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