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-“Taishi,” or “Aspiration,” suggests, Nobunaga’s Ambition: Taishi puts the spotlight on the “will” of each warlord
- more details in the next issue of Famitsu
UKIYO-E HEROES - A journey of discovery into how a Canadian craftsman (David Bull) and an American designer (Jed Henry) with a father and son generation gap team up to revive the ancient art of Japanese woodblock prints by juxtaposing traditional art with pop culture icons: video game heroes such as Super Mario and Pokémon.
Ukiyo-e: The traditional art form known worldwide as the “Face of Japan” has over several hundred years inspired Van Gogh, Monet and Picasso to create their masterpieces. Today, there are less than 10 remaining craftsmen in Japan.
Once again, just a bit of insight into how active people still are on Pokemon GO. Are you still playing?
About nine months have passed since the final Splatfest.
Twilight lowers its curtain on Inkopolis. Neon signs paint the dusk in brilliant shades of green and pink. The Squid Sisters dance on, as though driven by the Inkling love of battling for turf.
Memories such as these linger, vividly etched in my mind, but feel too like remnants of a long-forgotten past.
It happened the night the final Splatfest came to an end.
The showdown of Callie versus Marie ended in victory for Marie, but there was no ill will between the two. The girls left the studio arm in arm, smiling and laughing as they always had. The bond between them would continue, unbroken, for years to come.
Or so it seemed at the time...
Seems like this is going to be a regularly updated feature on the official Splatoon 2 website. We'll be sure to share future entries right here.