Mario Strikers has improved greatly.
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Mario Strikers has found a new identity! There are new additions such as being able to pick EVERY sidekick, instead of just one sidekick for three slots. New characters have been added, such as Bowser and three unlockables. Each player has their own deke (including the sidekicks), and some of them actually hurt the opponent, as opposed to just dodging the hit.
The items are similar, with added ones such as the freeze shell. Also, the ball can be "charged" up by moving it quickly, giving a better scoring chance to the shooter. The lifespan is amazing for those who aren't naturally good at video games because the final cup to earn the last unlockable player is extremely difficult to beat.
Graphics are average for the Wii, so don't expect anything special in that category. However, the sounds sometimes confuse me. When a deke is performed, but not completed, and the player is tackled by an opponent before finishing the deke, you can still hear the sound as if nothing happened. I would tell you to maybe rent it first, and then buy it if you like it. You probably won't dislike it.
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