Reviews for Splatoon 2 start hitting the web

[At] first glance, you might not think Splatoon 2 looks any better than its predecessor until you actually go back and look at the original. Splatoon 2 has better character animations, it runs at a higher resolution docked, it’s more vibrant and just has more of a gloss to it.

As always have got your Nintendo needs covered with their in-depth review of the hotly anticipated title.

Available this Friday, Splatoon 2 appears to be a solid upgrade to its predecessor.

The Switch’s newer hardware means upgrades to character models, the frame-rate being locked at 60fps as well as a greater population of background environmental elements, fleshing out the world even more.

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Source: Splatoon 2 (Review in Progress)

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