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The flow of the game is one part, where the game starts to struggle. Trying to score a goal without using a super flashy hissatsu is incredibly difficult. I have to confess, after playing this game for sixty hours, I only scored once in a non-penalty-shot without a help of a hissatsu. To perform a hissatsu shot, you need to charge a single player's power by holding a button. Charge it up and release it the animation will play and hope for the best. To counter this, all defenders and some other players have hissatsu blocks to instantly take the ball away from the opponent. Just shake the remote, animation will play and the ball is yours. Then there is dribble hissatsu's, the game's way to counter blocks and get the ball through. Just shake the remote with the ball in possession animation will play and you get past the defenders. If an opponent performs a hissatsu shot, your goalkeeper will automatically be selected. Then, you can choose the type of hissatsu block you want, mash buttons, see the flashy animation and hope for the best. Notice the trend? Animations. Everywhere there is animations. They are unskippable and might irritate or get annoying, but they are pretty short and the graphics just pay it off. The controls are good. Very easy to learn, ability to play without the nunchuck perfect. The only downside is that the dribble button on the 'remote only' controls is on the minus button, so you can't charge up a shot, run and dribble at a same time, so you are left with a huge disadvantage in later stages of the game. Other than that, it is perfect and responsive.
The AI. It is mediocre. Like probably any soccer game ever, you will eventually start beating the strongest difficulty in huge score differences, but that is okay, I guess. However, since it is a stat based game, the stronger difficulties repay by incredibly high player stats. The AI however, can't dribble or use Inazuma Time a great feature to make you blast off anyone in contact so it kinda handicaps itself.
Multiplayer. It has the classic multiple controllers to the Wii mode, however, no WiFi play. That is a pretty big minus, as everyone wants to show off their team and skills to strangers. there is also a feature to 'support' the main player by waving the second controller at the certain time. That feature just makes the teams so incredibly overpowered, that they are able to destroy anyone in their path. That's another small minus.
The sound. Well, it is bad. The players have two or three phrases and the commentator is just ridiculously annoying. It's bad, but understandable the Wii discs didn't have enough space for all the phrases.
Bottom line BUY IT.…Expand