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Bevinator

I’m probably going to sound like an idiot here but bare with me.

When I’m playing Splatoon on the game pad I’ve forgotten how to reset the position of the game pad alignment (I’m fairly certain I could do this before). This is forcing me to play bolt upright, which isn’t good when I’m gaming in bed!

Any ideas? This is really frustrating me atm. Cheers in advance.

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clvr

@TheLZdragon were you replying to me? 😁
Yeah as soon as I entered the Splatfest I saw an awful lot of Team Treat players, way more than Team Trick has.

@Bevinator I’m not sure I understood what you mean, but if you’re looking for the button that recalibrates the motion sensors pf the controllers, it’s Y. Hope it helps 😁

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Bevinator

Thanks, I will give that a go! @clvr

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OctoInk20

Grumblevolcano wrote:

@AlternateButtons It's the paid online service, the damage done isn't as massive as something like Pokken but you'll still have people not playing Splatoon 2 because you have to pay to play online.

>" the damage done isn't as massive as something like Pokken"

Oh, it's 𝙢𝙪𝙘𝙝 worse than that if your think it isn't.

Now yes, while it may be $20 ($28 for us Canadians. Seriously?! Thanks, stupid Canadian entities that shall not be named! e-e), it's extremely pathetic and sad that instead of focusing on making a better anti-cheat (hint hint: BattleEye is the best out there! Get 'em on board Nintendo! I'm sure they'd be glad to help!), making cloud saves and dedicated servers for Splatoon 2?

Nah, nobody's gonna pay for that abysmal garbage, 𝙚𝙨𝙥𝙚𝙘𝙞𝙖𝙡𝙡𝙮 with the latter two items on the list being 𝙝𝙤𝙧𝙧𝙚𝙣𝙙𝙤𝙪𝙨𝙡𝙮 𝙖𝙣𝙩𝙞-𝙘𝙤𝙣𝙨𝙪𝙢𝙚𝙧 𝙖𝙣𝙙 𝙚𝙫𝙚𝙣 𝙖 𝙢𝙖𝙨𝙨𝙞𝙫𝙚 𝙨𝙩𝙚𝙥 𝙗𝙖𝙘𝙠𝙬𝙖𝙧𝙙𝙨!

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Grumblevolcano

@OctoInk20 Disagree, some games were affected more by the paid online than others. Pokken used to be active (able to find matches in seconds) and since the paid online it's very hard to find a match meanwhile it's still very easy to find Splatoon 2 matches. When looking at affected games there's 3 which weren't affected as much as everything else. Those are MK8 Deluxe, Splatoon 2 and Mario Tennis Aces.

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Grogan

So many disconnects & 4v3's. Rubbish today.

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OctoInk20

Grumblevolcano wrote:

@OctoInk20 Disagree, some games were affected more by the paid online than others. Pokken used to be active (able to find matches in seconds) and since the paid online it's very hard to find a match meanwhile it's still very easy to find Splatoon 2 matches. When looking at affected games there's 3 which weren't affected as much as everything else. Those are MK8 Deluxe, Splatoon 2 and Mario Tennis Aces.

LOL okay, keep defending stupid, anti-consumer business decisions while I and many others continue to storm the front and go to war against Nintendo for its anti-consumer NSO. Because you clearly don't understand a thing about it. :I

Enjoy your broken, peer-to-peer D/C-plagued Splatoon 2 Crapfest matches.

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Cynas

@OctoInk20 Grumblevolcano wasn't defending Nintendo's online service from those posts. They were only pointing out that it's easier to find online matches compared to some of Nintendo's other online games once the Online Service was launched. What are you attacking them for?

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Eric258

@AlternateButtons Yeah the grind rails are fun to use, especially when hopping between them. I got more of a problem with the structure of the stage. It feels like whomever first gains control of the centre point is guaranteed to win the match as it's difficult to take it back, due to grind rails being the only way to get to it. I wish there was another grindrail on the left side of the stage that allowed you to get to the middle since there's only really two ways to get there. Kinda reminds me of the previous shifty station with the bounce pads, although I found that one way better than this one.

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Skid

@Eric258 Surprisingly you could actually reach the enemies' grind rail on the left if you managed to shoot it when it was available. It made the stage soooo much more fun.

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Eric258

@Skid wait you can actually reach that left one? Maybe if I had known that I would have enjoyed the stage more. Although I do admit, I thoroughly enjoyed constantly activating the opposing team’s grind rails. I felt like such a troll haha

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Skid

@Eric258 I remember first seeing someone do it on twitter or reddit (I can't remember). They were using the mini splatling and then jumped to it. Changed my life.

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Grumblevolcano

Splatoon 2 is getting a new Salmon Run map next week with the 4.2 update.

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Grumblevolcano

Here's images of the update's contents:

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OctoInk20

I don't give a damn.

NoJ killed this game by being deaf, stupid and blind to what people have been wanting for a month and 18 days now: Cloud saves (because the excuse they gave is garbage, automated PR crap!) and dedicated servers (again, garbage, automated PR crap!). The old geezer suits over at NoJ are blind, deaf and stupid to ignore those two things, which is what entirely killed it in North America. Good job, NoJ, you killed an amazing game with an abysmal paid online that, quite frankly, should have been postponed before September 18th just so you could take yet another year to study what the good parts of your competition has for paid online. :I

We're ALL waiting, Nintendo. Quit BSing and lying and shovelling out garbage, poor-quality and automated PR and work it out or Splatoon 2 will REMAIN dead. The crusade for cloud saves and dedicated servers aren't going to die or be halted all because you keep saying "No" or "We can't". Because it's not a matter of you "can't", it's just that you WON'T out of your own stubbornness that you dug yourselves into this hole. Hell, you're making Iwata angrily weep up in heaven now that you've gone back to your blind, deaf and stupid ways.

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Trajan

@OctoInk20 “All the talk in the industry regarding online gaming has been misleading. Network swindlers have made it seem like companies can’t survive in this business without network compatibility,” said Iwata. “That’s the same type of rhetoric people have been saying about the newspaper business, that the paper-based periodical business will be dead in three years. In reality, the number of users willing to pay a monthly fee for online games is small. Many of the American companies who were focusing almost exclusively on network games last year now view network capabilities as an advertising tool. The fact of the matter is, network games can’t provide a stable source of profit for a company of Nintendo’s scale.”

Splatoon 2 seems to be doing fine though.

"If we did this (mobile games), Nintendo would cease to be Nintendo." - Iwata

Alantor28

My Splatfest team, Team Salsa won yesterday. Which means I won my second Splatfest this year. But having a winning team isn't important, it's about having fun with either friends or randoms who want to have fun. So it doesn't matter who wins or lose, as long as you have fun, it's okay with me.

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Grumblevolcano

Final content update, 4.3.0 comes December 5th.

After that it's just Splatfests and balancing until July.

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Alantor28

OctoVeemo20 wrote:

4.3.0 is the death of Splatoon 2.

If they can't bothered to add dedicated servers to this game, then goodbye forever, Splatoon 2.

Nintendo is stupid and ignorant enough to not bother to listen to folks who rally that this game needs dedicated servers and since they're refusing to listen, this game is as good as dead.

People will still play Splatoon 2, so even if it is the final update, there's still Splatfests till July. So no, it's not the end of Splatoon 2 until Splatoon 3 is announced.

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