In a new Nintendo interview, Shiver, Frye, and Big Man reveal their squiddy lives.
It's just a bit of fun, but as always with the world of Splatoon 3, Deep Cut's interview enriches the wacky universe. It's a modified version of a published in the Nintendo Magazine for Winter 2022 in Japan.
Shiver is mystical, Frye is playful, and, as always, Big Man just says 'ay' a lot, with a wonderful translation available in brackets. We've skimmed through the interview to find our favourite parts, but you can find it in full on the Nintendo website.
The best bits from the Splatoon 3 Deep Cute interview
Big Man responds, as always, to the deep cut interview about their supposed close friendship as kids. (I wouldn't say friends. Friendly? We knew each other. We knew OF each other.)
“It’s true,” Frye says, before Frye replies, “I wasn’t that busy with dance lessons and eel training and all that stuff like that to have, like, real friends.” The interviewer is irritated, saying, “I guess my research failed me.”
The band discusses their time in middle school and song influences, with the latter giving us this excerpt from Big Man about Anarchy Rainbow: “Ay! Ay!” (Actually, the song's inspiration came from Frye! She looked up, mouth full of okonomiyaki, and shouted, “I'm a genius!”
Check out our Splatoon 3 weapons, Splatoon 3 idols, Splatoon characters, and Splatoon 3 gear lists after you've read through the Splatoon 3 Deep Cut interview.