Chirag Pattni

Splatoon has been Nintendo’s most successful new IP in modern times, and its presentation plays a large part in that. Colorful cities with sea life inhabitants, a focus on fashion, and its ink-based action paint a picture of creativity that clearly resonated with Nintendo’s audience. Diving even deeper, its signature music plays an essential part in giving the series its special identity. Splatoon’s unique brand of tunes mixes genres like surf rock, pop, and hip hop with its fictional aquatic language to create a soundscape wholly unlike anything else on the (fish) market. From expansion music to live concerts, boss […]

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