That intro though. The Pokémon Company is not messing around.
High level gameplay right here, commented by Yabuki-san himself. (Assuming you understand Japanese.)
Online qualifications begin July 16.
A celebration from SEGA headquarters around the world.
Thank you guys for the show, Treehouse! 🙂
Honestly, be it on day 2’s tournaments or on the Splatoon 2 invitational on day 1, Jordan Kent really brought up the epicness with his commentary. 🙂
Yabuki-san just came in and revealed the depth of his game.
Only one of the pro players made it to the semifinals.
A clever idea to put pro players who’ve never played the game, against regular gamers who had to fend for themselves to be qualified.
Allister even defeated Hoshino-san, the creator of the game.
YouTubers teaming up with pro players.
Nintendo’s day one of E3 is no longer available at time of posting. It really was thrilling to experience it live.
They actually defeated Japan’s best Splatoon team. This is crazy.
I was so rooting for Latias though.
Dynameu could not be stopped.
Blue Ringed Octolings actually defeated the team that won the tournament.
Pour avoir fait quelques tournois locaux, il y a pas mal de têtes que je reconnais. 🙂
“This feels like a miniature version of the World Championships.”