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Mario Strikers: Battle League is the latest entry in the soccer-fused Mario Strikers series, and the first since the Wii's Mario Strikers Charged. Out on June 10 for Nintendo Switch a new deep dive trailer goes through what you can expect, from team-play through to a very cool sounding online mode.

Where up to twenty players can form and join a Strikers Club and play games throughout a season to earn rewards and ranking. Also Mario Strikers: Battle League supports local co-op with up to 8-players.

The five-versus-five take on soccer/football is definitely in the style of Mario Kart in that it's all about items and using speed and boosts and tackles to score. And with the likes of Mario, Peach, Donkey Kong, Toad, and more that you can alter with stat-boosting kit, it certainly looks like a lot of fun.

No red cards, just red shells.

In Mario Strikers: Battle League Football, players can select among familiar faces from the Mushroom Kingdom including Mario, Peach, Donkey Kong and Toad, and play locally with up to eight players or take the competition online. Players can use a Team Tackle to help a teammate cover extra ground, knock down opponents, or snatch a Strike Orb to unleash a Hyper Strike for two points. Strike has no fouls – so you can make the other team wish they never crossed studs with you.

Even without rules, protection is paramount. While easy to pick up and play, players can also deploy deeper strategies by donning flashy gear that can be equipped to boost their characters’ stats, which will vary between characters, including increased speed and shooting for more scoring potential, or up their strength to resist tackles. Each character also has their own signature Striker Style to discover.

Once geared up, players can gather their fearsome friends together in the online-only Strikers Club mode. In this mode, players are able to create their own club with up to 20 strikers or join an existing one, and then compete against other clubs to gain points and shove their way up the rankings each season. Club owners can customise their club’s uniform and will also earn tokens after each match which can be used to customise the club stadium.

Like the recently released Nintendo Switch Sports, it's another title that looks to take full advantage of the Nintendo Switch Online service.

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