There’s a pervasive stigma when discussing video game sequels, an idea that each subsequent entry has to radically shake up formulas in order to remain relevant.
But more so than other art forms, video games are tech products, too, so the idea of iteration, I think, should be just as important as innovation.
Even so, most major game sequels have nuanced additions and changes that will be monumental to any long-time player, while providing something novel for new players — and Nintendo’s third-person shooter Splatoon 3 certainly falls into both camps.
Objectively, Splatoon 3 is the most fully featured Nintendo game since Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. It vastly improves on what the first two titles have established and adds quite a bit that veterans will fixate on.Read more on gamepur.com