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Raph vs Leo Splatfest results


Raph vs Leo Splatfest results are in, and a surprise victory from team Raph is the end of another great splatfest. Team Leo may have had the popular vote but, Team Raph showed there superior turf war skills and took the Solo and Team portion of the Splatfest. After every Splatfest it is fun to talk about the great times we had playing with the whole community together. It also leaves somethings to be desired from Nintendo and from Splatoon 2.

What a great version of Shifty station


First off what a great version of shift station. Second yes we have played this version before. This version is the same one from the Flight vs Invisibility Splatfest. My favorite part of this shifty station is how small the map is. With a small map it means a lot more up close battles. This type of map also dose not allow you to lay back and hold a lead. Even if you have a lead.  The match can shift very easily and you could lose the match in the last 30 seconds if your not careful.

Let us play together


My biggest compliant about every Splatfest is the options we have to play with our friends. the only two options we have now are to play by ourselves. the other being playing with a full team of four. Why are we not able to play with just one of our friends and fill the rest with random players. Why can’t I just play with two friend and have the last spot filled randomly, I don’t know how many hours I waited to find a full squad to play with. I’m not sure if it’s because Nintendo’s online servers can’t handle that many options. I hope this is something that can be changed in the future when we start to pay for online. This is one of the biggest problems in my opinion.

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