Nintendo Everything: Images
We’ve already talked about how the Villager amiibo seems to have received a few reprints with its recent Japanese reprint. There aren’t massive changes, but the eyes and mouth have been modified in particular.
Take a look at some comparison images in the gallery below, courtesy of GameSpot. Original is on the left, reprint is on the right.
Just like with the Splatoon weapons “leak”, we have a look at the game’s upcoming battle stages thanks to the new Prima guide. Bluefin Depot, Kelp Dome, Camp Triggerfish, and Port Mackerel are all shown. These stages will be added to Splatoon over the next few months.
kantopia has once again translated the new Fire Emblem scans from this week’s issue of Famitsu. Give them a look in the gallery below.
Nintendo of America created a new graphic to promote tomorrow’s launch of Splatoon. Check it out above.
Source: Nintendo PR
Update 2 (5/27): Bumped to the top. Third collaboration image is in the gallery below, as well as two high-quality shots of the previous ones (although they seem to be a bit cropped).
Update: Bumped to the top. Here’s a second collaboration image:
The latest issue of Famitsu features a special collaboration illustration. As shown above, a new piece of art was specially drawn as a crossover between Splatoon and Ika Musume, otherwise known as Squid Girl.
Squid Girl has seen serialization as a manga since 2007. It features a girl of the same name, who sets out to take revenge against mankind for polluting the ocean.