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| align=center colspan=2|<font size="2">'''''Super Mario Strikers'''''</font>
 
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| '''Developer:''' [[Next Level Games]]
 
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| '''Publisher:''' [[Nintendo]]
 
 
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| '''Genre:''' Sports
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| '''Rating:''' Everyone
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|[[Next Level Games]]
| '''System:''' [[Nintendo GameCube]]
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| '''Release Date:''' December 5, 2005 (USA)
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|[[ESRB]]: [[Image:Everyone.png|15 px]] Everyone
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|Sports (soccer, European football)
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|[[Image:america.gif|15 px]] December 5, [[2005]]
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'''''Super Mario Strikers''''' is a soccer game for the [[Nintendo GameCube]] featuring characters from the [[Mario series|Mario World]].
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'''''Super Mario Strikers''''' is a soccer game for the [[Nintendo GameCube]] featuring characters from the [[Mario series|Mario World]]. The game was released in 2005 and has since spawned a sequel for the [[Wii]] called ''[[Mario Strikers Charged]]'' which featured competitive online play. The game is known as the last ''Mario'' video game to be released on the GameCube to make way for the ultra popular Wii video game console.
   
==Captains==
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==Gameplay==
*[[Mario]]
 
*[[Luigi]]
 
*[[Peach]]
 
*[[Daisy]]
 
*[[Wario]]
 
*[[Waluigi]]
 
*[[Donkey Kong]]
 
*[[Yoshi]]
 
*[[Super Team]] (Hidden)
 
   
==Sidekicks==
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In the game, the player must pick one of nine playable captains, and following this must pick a group of sidekicks which consists of [[Toad]], [[Koopa Troopa]], [[Birdo]] and [[Hammer Brothers]]. The goalie for each team is a Kritter from the ''[[Donkey Kong Country]]'' series. Playable characters include [[Mario]], [[Luigi]], [[Yoshi]], [[Donkey Kong]], [[Princess Peach]], [[Wario]], [[Waluigi]], [[Princess Daisy]] and the Super Team.
*[[Toad]]
 
*[[Hammer Bros.]]
 
*[[Koopa Troopa]]
 
*[[Birdo]]
 
   
==Goalkeepers==
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==Reception==
*[[Kritter]]
 
*[[Robot Kritter]] (Super Team only)
 
   
==Non-Playable Characters==
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The game didn't fair as well as other ''Mario'' sports titles such as ''[[Mario Tennis]]'' and ''[[Mario Golf]]'', though did recieve moderate review scores within the 70's range. Critics argued about the scarcity of options which were present in the aforementioned titles.
*[[Bowser]] - may not playable, but he does appear randomly during matches to wreak havoc on the pitch.
 
   
 
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Revision as of 18:42, March 8, 2008

Super Mario Strikers
Publisher: Nintendo
Developer: Next Level Games
Platform: GameCube
Rated: ESRB: 15 px Everyone
Genre: Sports (soccer, European football)
Release Date: 15 px December 5, 2005
Modes: Single player, multiplayer

Super Mario Strikers is a soccer game for the Nintendo GameCube featuring characters from the Mario World. The game was released in 2005 and has since spawned a sequel for the Wii called Mario Strikers Charged which featured competitive online play. The game is known as the last Mario video game to be released on the GameCube to make way for the ultra popular Wii video game console.

Gameplay

In the game, the player must pick one of nine playable captains, and following this must pick a group of sidekicks which consists of Toad, Koopa Troopa, Birdo and Hammer Brothers. The goalie for each team is a Kritter from the Donkey Kong Country series. Playable characters include Mario, Luigi, Yoshi, Donkey Kong, Princess Peach, Wario, Waluigi, Princess Daisy and the Super Team.

Reception

The game didn't fair as well as other Mario sports titles such as Mario Tennis and Mario Golf, though did recieve moderate review scores within the 70's range. Critics argued about the scarcity of options which were present in the aforementioned titles.


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