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'''''Super Mario Strikers''''' (known as '''''Mario Smash Football''''' in Europe and Australia) is a soccer video game that was released exclusively for the [[Nintendo GameCube]]. The game was created in the vein of other Mario sports games such as ''[[Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour]]'' and ''[[Mario Power Tennis]]'', and is loosely based on ''[[Sega Soccer Slam]]'', another soccer video game. In terms of U.S. releases, it is the last [[Mario games|Mario game]] to be released for the GameCube. A sequel called ''[[Mario Strikers Charged]]'' is currently in development for [[Wii]].
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'''''Super Mario Strikers''''' (known as '''''Mario Smash Football''''' in Europe and Australia) is a soccer video game that was released exclusively for the [[Nintendo GameCube]]. The game was created in the vein of other Mario sports games such as ''[[Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour]]'' and ''[[Mario Power Tennis]]'', and is loosely based on ''[[Sega Soccer Slam]]'', another soccer video game. In terms of U.S. releases, it is the last [[Mario games|Mario game]] to be released for the GameCube. The sequel for this game called ''[[Mario Strikers Charged]]'' was released for the [[Wii]].
   
 
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Revision as of 09:08, September 19, 2007

Super Mario Strikers (known as Mario Smash Football in Europe and Australia) is a soccer video game that was released exclusively for the Nintendo GameCube. The game was created in the vein of other Mario sports games such as Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour and Mario Power Tennis, and is loosely based on Sega Soccer Slam, another soccer video game. In terms of U.S. releases, it is the last Mario game to be released for the GameCube. The sequel for this game called Mario Strikers Charged was released for the Wii.


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