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Super Mario Strikers Videos and Trailers - GC

Game Description:No matter what kind of football you call football, you've never seen a football game like this! Super Mario Strikers combines the best of soccer with the collisions of the American gridiron (plus a dose of Mario-style antics) to make a hard-hitting soccer-based sport you'd only find in the Mushroom Kingdom. Anything can happen on this playing field: Players freeze, stuff blows up, and Bowser might even drop by! Pull off insane bicycle kicks, make last-second saves, play with three friends, and watch for your players' reactions. For the first time ever, the Mario crew reacts with a full range of emotions, whether it's a thrilling victory or agonizing defeat!
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