Wii Mario Strikers Charged Football is a soccer game developed by Next Level Games and published by Nintendo for the Wii console. It is the sequel to Super Mario Strikers, which was released for the GameCube in 2005. The game features characters from the Mario franchise competing in soccer matches with various power-ups and special moves.
The game was released in Europe and Australia as Mario Strikers Charged Football on May 25, 2007, and in North America as Mario Strikers Charged on July 30, 2007. It was also released in Japan as Mario Power Soccer on September 20, 2007. The game supports both the Wii Remote and Nunchuk controllers, as well as the Classic Controller and the GameCube controller. The game also features online multiplayer via the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection service, which was discontinued in 2014.
The game received generally positive reviews from critics, who praised its fast-paced gameplay, colorful graphics, and online features. However, some critics also noted its steep learning curve, repetitive sound effects, and lack of depth compared to other soccer games. The game sold over 2.3 million copies worldwide as of March 2008, making it one of the best-selling Wii games.
WiiMarioStrikersChargedFootballPALMULTI511 is a torrent file that contains a PAL version of the game with multiple languages (English, French, German, Spanish, Italian) and a region-free patch. This file can be downloaded from various websites and played on a modded Wii console or an emulator. However, downloading and playing this file may be illegal in some countries and regions, so users should exercise caution and respect the intellectual property rights of Nintendo and Next Level Games.
The gameplay of Wii Mario Strikers Charged Football is similar to its predecessor, but with some new features and improvements. The game consists of two teams of four players each, one of which is a captain and the other three are sidekicks. The captains are characters from the Mario series, such as Mario, Luigi, Peach, Bowser, Wario, Yoshi, and Donkey Kong. The sidekicks are generic characters from the Mario universe, such as Koopas, Toads, Hammer Bros, Dry Bones, and Monty Moles. Each team also has a goalkeeper, which is either a Kritter or a Robo-Kritter.
The matches take place in various stadiums with different themes and hazards, such as lava pits, electric fences, sandstorms, and thunderstorms. The objective of the game is to score more goals than the opposing team within the time limit or by sudden death. The players can use the Wii Remote to perform various actions, such as passing, shooting, tackling, and dodging. The players can also charge up their shots by holding the shoot button, which increases their power and accuracy. However, charging up also exposes the player to attacks from the opponents or the environment.
The game also features various power-ups and special moves that can be used to gain an advantage or hinder the opponents. The power-ups are items from the Mario series, such as bananas, shells, bombs, stars, and mushrooms. The power-ups can be obtained by hitting item boxes on the field or by performing skillful actions. The special moves are unique abilities that each captain can use once they fill up their special meter. The special moves vary depending on the captain, such as Mario's Fire Strike, Peach's Freeze Frame, Bowser's Fire Breath, and Wario's Gas Attack. ec8f644aee