In Mario Strikers Charged, Big N has taken the world's most popular sport and turned it on its head. 5-a-side teams are used, with strong emphasis placed on each team's captain, who are more capable and have unique abilities.
Movements and strikes are done with a traditional analog stick and button combination, but Wii's motion controls are also put to good use in checking opponents and performing saves with the goalkeeper.
A multiplayer mode is featured, where up to four players can compete at once. Also you can take on players across the globe using the Wi-Fi connection in the aforementioned online mode.
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