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Why do we love the Wii with friends? Because we want all to share the splendor and majesty that comes from playing the best home gaming console around. So that's why we set out to bring you a nice, easy package of great multiplayer games for the Wii. Both online and local multiplayer is cover...

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With the end of 2007 approaching at near lightning-fast speed, we thought it would be nice to check out what you, the excellent reader, thought about the games of this year. First up, we have the obvious: first-party games. We have a good idea which game you're going to say, but in the name of heal...

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You know, everyone has been talking about this Metroid thing lately, but we were thinking about the competitive activities one could enjoy on the Wii. Mainly as a tactic of diversion to ease the pain of waiting, we figured we could ask you all about your own best victories. Perhaps you dominated t...

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With only one game releasing this week, we know it's been on the minds (and in the hands) of many of you fine, oh-so-beautiful-looking readers. It's on our mind, as well. And, what with the weekend approaching, we finally find ourselves having the free time to actually pick this game up. So, you c...

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Now that many of you have had the chance to chime in on whether you're going to pick this game up or not, let's check in and see what the critics had to say. Since giving it some play time, those of you who've snatched it off of a store shelf or wherever else you purchase your games, would you agr...

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Being the only release this week, Mario Strikers Charged is undoubtedly a game that has emerged on your radar, bleeping and blooping in the most loud of ways. We were wondering, though, how many of you picked the game up, or intend to? Does the gameplay look fun to you, or are you simply looking f...

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When it comes to new-gen releases this week, the Wii stands alone with the North American release of Mario Strikers Charged and (get this!) it's ... online! That's right, as Nintendo continues its cautious entry into the world of online multiplayer with their Mario-infused soccer title, our Xbox 3...

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Like last week, Wii owners are only getting one new game this week. It's a fairly big title, though, as it will allow gamers to do what they want to do most with their Wii: take the game online. This week's release is: Mario Strikers Charged We can't wait to get online right there with you....

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What's the deal with friend codes on the Wii? In the last week or so, we've seen a flurry of rumors and responses-to-rumors, and we don't even know if the system for Mario Strikers Charged will set the standard for the rest of the Wii's WiFi future. Are friend codes Mii specific? Some say yes, but t...

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Joystiq's Nintendo Media Summit coverage just keeps on trucking as they take a look at Mario Strikers: Charged. This is one of the games that Nintendo is stating will appeal to core gamers (or more hardcore games, to be exact), so Reggie and the gang understand the importance of making the title acc...

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During the press conference with Reggie Fils-Aime, the President of Nintendo of America, he mentioned that some people felt that Nintendo was catering too exclusively to casual gamers with titles like Nintendogs and Brain Age. To this he countered that they had a number of games that appeal more t...

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We collectively yawned a few days ago when the latest Mario Strikers Charged trailer appeared online -- it's a pre-animated video with no in-game footage. But the U.K. Mario Strikers commercial tipped us over the edge, and we're showing those videos in this post, especially after today's news of a U...

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English soccer football star Ian Wright (the guy on the left) has been recruited by Nintendo to advertise Mario Strikers: Charged in the UK. Embedded past the post break is the first television spot for the game, where we're introduced to the darker side of online play against random strangers: losi...

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The fine folks over at Jeux-France got their hands on an early build of Mario Strikers: Charged, taking care to document the online gameplay capabilities. Considering that the only glimpse into online gameplay on the Wii we've been privileged enough to see so far, we'll take what we can get. The vi...

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Eurogamer recently got some more explainin' out of a Nintendo UK spokesperson, beating out of them politely asking for some more detail on the latest news that Mario Strikers: Charged would feature online play. And, the online play, it seems will be fun, for the most part. Two players, on the same c...

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Add another game to the short list of upcoming Wii titles with WiFi Connection support. Mario Strikers Charged will feature both Ranked and Unranked matches for players all over the world to compete in. Ranked games track your wins and losses, calculating your standing on leaderboards (We can alre...

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Mario's extreme soccer game, Mario Strikers Charged was available for play at GDC. The game, a sequel to the Gamecube original, featured some impressive presentation values and some very fun gameplay. The graphics seem relatively unchanged from the original. The game does natively support 480p and ...

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Wow, Peach! Now that's what we call a chest trap. And here we thought Nintendo wasn't about exaggerating the female form. But that aside, the game strikes home on the excitement front, particularly after all the screenshots we've seen from this upcoming title since LGC. This video clocks in at jus...

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