It might have some odd quirks, but this shooter in which you spray everything you see in DayGlo colours makes up for it in fun

Splatoon 2 gets so much right that it’s easy to ignore the occasional baffling ways in which Nintendo has failed to score into an open goal. Not least missing the chance to call the game “Spla2n”.

A sequel to 2015’s third-person multiplayer-focused Wii U-exclusive shooter, Splatoon 2 will be a wholly new experience for many: the Switch is already attracting converts who never picked up Nintendo’s previous machine, while the two biggest reasons to own a Switch to date – Mario Kart 8 and Breath of the Wild – are both already out on the Wii U.

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