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Xxain said:
You dont belong on this site if your asking questions like this. What in Yevons name would have you think Splatoon would be one n done?

Mother/Earthbound, F-Zero, Punch-Out, etc. But I never said Splatoon would be a one and done, just that it could.



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Bristow9091 said:
Oh there's definitely gonna' be sequels:

Super Splatoon
Super Splatoon World
World of Splatoon

And they'll port it to the 3DS:

Splatoon 3D

The only one I am nearly sure about is this



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tbone51 said:
Next SSB and MK. 1 per gen bruh

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heavenharp said:
tbone51 said:
Next SSB and MK. 1 per gen bruh

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I think, from a sales perspective, it won't be the next SSB and MK. The first Mario Kart sold over 8 million and Smash sold over 5 million. I think it will be on the level of Star Fox (The SNES game sold about 3 million, I think Splatoon will do better than that, but be on the same level).



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Look at the sales.
Yes it will have a sequel.



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RealGamingExpert said:
Look at the sales.
Yes it will have a sequel.

But this is Nintendo. They do Nintendo stuff a lot. 



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Esiar said:

I think, from a sales perspective, it won't be the next SSB and MK. The first Mario Kart sold over 8 million and Smash sold over 5 million. I think it will be on the level of Star Fox (The SNES game sold about 3 million, I think Splatoon will do better than that, but be on the same level).

This is a terrible comparison. Splatoon has to deal with a userbase 5 times smaller than the SNES and over 3 times smaller than the N64. It also doesn't feature gaming's biggest icon, unlike the other two, of which he even has his name in one (and honestly, even SSB's name is still a reference to SMB, so...).

I'm not saying Splatoon will be as big as the other two, but it will be big, in fact it already is. You might say Nintendo does crazy stuff sometimes, but there is no chance they're killing off a multiplayer-focused, brand-new take on an existing genre (aka what they're known for) that's selling millions on a tiny userbase. And by no chance I mean no chance.



mZuzek said:
Esiar said:

I think, from a sales perspective, it won't be the next SSB and MK. The first Mario Kart sold over 8 million and Smash sold over 5 million. I think it will be on the level of Star Fox (The SNES game sold about 3 million, I think Splatoon will do better than that, but be on the same level).

This is a terrible comparison. Splatoon has to deal with a userbase 5 times smaller than the SNES and over 3 times smaller than the N64. It also doesn't feature gaming's biggest icon, unlike the other two, of which he even has his name in one (and honestly, even SSB's name is still a reference to SMB, so...).

I'm not saying Splatoon will be as big as the other two, but it will be big, in fact it already is. You might say Nintendo does crazy stuff sometimes, but there is no chance they're killing off a multiplayer-focused, brand-new take on an existing genre (aka what they're known for) that's selling millions on a tiny userbase. And by no chance I mean no chance.

That's a really good point. But my main point was that Splatoon isn't on the same level as SSB and MK. But since Starfox sold enough to get a sequel, Splatoon is very likely to get one.



Can't wait for The Zelder Scrolls 3: Breath of The Wild Hunt!

There will be Splatoon 2, 3, 4, 5 etc. in the coming decade, c'mon son. Once Nintendo finds a new IP that gains even a little bit of traction, they ride that gravy train and try to make it into a 20/30 year money maker.



Esiar said:

That's a really good point. But my main point was that Splatoon isn't on the same level as SSB and MK. But since Starfox sold enough to get a sequel, Splatoon is very likely to get one.

Star Fox is nothing like Splatoon though. It's as silly a comparison as you can possibly make, really.