Should Mario and friends CHARGE into your humble home?
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Oh questions on me. Alright I've been missing in action for quite a few months now and I'll tell you this, I was at the Town of Hyrule and I kinda got lost, good thing Link and Midna came around and brought me a map to survive and help me find my way around a little more easily.
Anyway Mario Strikers Charged for the Wii has been out and ready for about 4 to 5 months and yeah people, it's just getting a review by somebody now. A friend of mine told me to review this because he wants this game. Mario Strikers Charged is one of the first Wii games with Wi-fi compatibility and hey - NO FRIEND CODES! Yes, no friend codes and this is good for the people with no friends. You could still play with your friends obviously, but no codes for them.
The game is very fun and intuitive and shows off the Wii's motion controls very well. Kicking and goalie-ing works well too. Goalie-ing is my favorite because a series of 5 balls come charging after you when someone does their special charge kick and you must stop the balls from getting behind you and if you don't that's 5 points to the opposing team, yeah thanks a lot huh. That's ok get your revenge, that's what the online is for huh. Tell off your friends and people you don't even know.
The lifespan is relatively long and you should enjoy this game for quite some time. Graphics is on the GC side but who cares, fun game and Wi-fi.
Sound quality could be better but it is on par so calm down. Mario Strikers Charged for the Wii gets a 7.5/10 and yes I did the average for you guys, I love you that much. Just go pick this game up.
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