NintendObserver’s select content on the Splatoon 2 World Championship 2019.
All three tournaments from start to finish.
The way the GG BoyZ celebrated their victory. It was intense as hell and yet, you can just tell it was just another day for them.
Here's the recap for Nintendo's pre-E3 mayhem.
Yoshiko is the new Latias.
Dommage. Mais bon, faut le dire : après le 2-1 les Américains étaient énervés.
The kings. Of Splatoon. No StDx, no FTWin, no NUH-UH. BOW DOWN TO THEM.
Le dernier rappel du plan de l'E3 en français avant le début des hostilités.
That's when they announced Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield to be playable on the E3 showfloor. (...Which seemed obvious from the start but hey.)
Brace yourselves for Sting Ray v. Sting Ray v. Sting Ray.
Thirty minutes on Super Mario Maker 2, two and half hours on Splatoon 2, and the rest is Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
Gosh Ashley so hot. (Mellana we love you too!!)
I'm pretty sure they'll be no match for the Alliance Rogue. 🙂
En France ça commence le 8 juin à 20h, puis du 11 au 13 à partir de 18h.
It all starts with World Championships on June 8. Then the Direct on June 11 kicks off three days of Treehouse Live.
The Alliance Rogue is going to E3.
It has now become a yearly thang. On Splatoon 2, let's see if Alliance Rogue will be able to take down the GGBoyZ.
E3 2019's first announcement from Nintendo.