On May 28, 2015, Nintendo Released Splatoon, a cartoonish third-person shooter that lets the player control a human/squid hybrid and duke it out in multiplayer by splatting each other with ink. Nintendo’s unexpected smashing success was met with immediate praise and adoration. Fans everywhere loved the game’s humor, the art style, the great music, and the unique gameplay that gave a fresh perspective on the online shooter genre.
One year later, tons of Japanese fans posted their fan art on twitter to decorate the internet in celebration of this wonderful game. Take a look at some of the art from Twitter. Click on the image to see the original tweet.
Few games nowadays foster this much love from the fans, so let’s take today to celebrate one of the great examples of a game that does.