Splatoon 2's first Splatfest crowns ice cream as the best dessert


It is now the law

[Update: Japan's match was Rock versus Pop, and Rock won the competition.]

I may have missed out on the original Splatoon, but I enjoyed seeing Destructoid's people and my friends express their love of the series. As Splatoon 2's first Splatfest comes to an end, the people of the North America and Europe made ice cream the winner of the first debate.

Aside from the results being an official Splatfest law, the idea that it happened during National Ice Cream Day shows that the cake had a field disadvantage. As a lover of frozen dairy desserts, I'm happy with the way how things turned out.

In terms of the score, ice cream ended up with a 76 percent in votes, 51 percent in Solo, and 47 percent in Team. The cake received 24 percent in Votes, 49 percent in Solo, and 53 percent in Team. All in all, both sides put up a good fight for their cause since both sides were tied in the actual matches.

Interestingly, the results were the opposite in Japan since Pearl's topic, rock music, came out on top. While I'm more of a Marina fan, it's nice to see the outcome being different in another side of the world.

Just like the West, the true victor was determined by the votes. This time around, rock music obtained 52 percent in Votes, 48 percent in Solo, and 51 percent in Team. Pop music's final score was 48 percent in Votes, 52 percent in Solo, and 49 percent in Team. Again, the two groups managed to do their best.

Now that the war on desserts and music is over, I'm interested in seeing Splatoon 2's upcoming Splatfest topics. While it might be a while before I get a Switch, I'll continue to be entertained with everyone's reactions to the game's events and content. After all of this talk about sweets, I'm now in the mood for some ice cream cake.

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