The Chinese are known for their copying skills. It’s not just handbags and designer sunglasses, it’s everything from medicine to cars. And software, such as video games.
A Chinese developer has blatantly ripped off the Wii U hit Splatoon and turned it into a mobile game called Sepia Go. And to be honest, it looks surprisingly a lot like the Splatoon we play on the Wii U, it just runs on an Android phone.
Nintendo has been taking down videos of Sepia Go on YouTube for just showing the game, which violates all sorts of Fair Use rules, but what can you expect at this point…
There are still some videos of the game, which you can find below:
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