From ign.com: "UK, April 3, 2007 - Forget Euro 2008, you can create your own European footie tournament with Mario Strikers: Charged Football, which is set for an EU release in May and features four-player online multiplayer. Nintendo has announced players can battle it out on the pitch over the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection Service in two different online modes. There's Ranked, where you can climb up the leaderboards and Unranked, for quick play against pals. For those without friends or Internet access, you're best to stick to the single player mode - Road to the Striker Cup. Here, players are pitted against increasingly difficult teams in three different cups. We'll go out on a limb here and suggest there's going to be a Mushroom Cup, a Flower Cup and a Star Cup. Call us crazy. Mario Strikers is the follow-up to Mario Smash Football on GameCube. In the same vein as Mario Kart or Mario Slam Basketball, the actual sport of football is secondary to the over-the-top power-ups and fanciful stadiums full of traps and obstacles. Of course, because being a Wii game and all, Charged Football features new Wiimote functionality. Players must shake the remote to tackle opponents or point at the screen to save the ball from blasting into the back of the net. Mario Strikers: Charged Football hits the pitch on May 25 and costs £35 (50 EUR)." I liked the last one on GC but it was kinda boring in single player mode, heres hoping that side has been improved and that the game is worthy of buying if you already have the first.