Top 10 Reasons Splatoon is Better Than Call of Duty
The Top Ten Reasons Splatoon is Better Than Call of Duty
Not really. 2 rollers and 2 inkbrushes vs 2 chargers and 2 blasters isn't very fair. - mattstat716
... You've never seen me play as a Roller against any Charger, have you? Or when I had to carry my team MULTIPLE TIMES? - mattstat716
I think this makes a game
Such as in Call of Duty, 20 shots to the head wouldn't kill you, but a knife to the foot would. - thunderstar1124
... I don't care about physics in either; I care about the balance. - mattstat716
This is an actually good reason. The guns all look the same in Call of Duty, but you can tell if someone has the shotgun-like Splat Brella or the popping Blaster in Splatoon. - mattstat716
Call of Duty is pretty bland and colorless, not gonna lie. Splatoon is better in that regard. - mattstat716
...except 90% of the community hates me for doing good with Analog... - mattstat716
Wrong. I have PROOF this is wrong. If I'm dominating the enemy team in turf wars and preventing them from painting in a 1v2, yet I lose because I don't have enough time to paint inbetween, this means that I wasn't doing bad. - mattstat716
It's not just the basic Salmon that are better. It's the boss Salmonoid and how each one has certain weaknesses that the team have to exploit. Also Zombies is so cliche and have been done a million times outside of Call of Duty as well as in Call of Duty, Salmonoid are unqiue, well designed and even harder to fight. Call of Duty is overrated and so are Zombies.
Look, I love Splatoon but let's not kid ourselves. I get VERY salty playing this game. - TheYoshiOverlord
... YES. YOU DO. - mattstat716
No it doesn't
LMAO no. Vanilla Splattershot, Splatoon 2. enough said. - TheYoshiOverlord
Let’s not forget the great octoweapons. Especially the damn Octobot king.
The problem I have with a lot of multilayer games (ESPECIALLY online exclusive multilayer) is they're only as popular as their lifespan. Then when the next big online multilayer craze comes along everyone gravitates towards that and the older games often become obsolete. Only the true classics survive.
Single player options are just as important for keeping the game going longer and if you don't have an Internet connection. - SuperSonic17