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'''Pokémon Soccer League''' (also known as '''''Pokémon Football League''''' in Japan) is a soccer video game for the Nintendo Switch. It is the alternate version of Mario Strikers Charged and will be released in the summer of 2020.
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{{Infobox_videogame|title1 = Pokémon Galactaball League|image1 = [[File:PokemonGalactaballLeague_OfficialLogo.png]]|caption1 = Artwork of the video game's logo|developer(s) = Game Freak <br/> Next Level Games <br/> Grezzo|publisher(s) = The Pokémon Company|series = Pokémon|platform(s) = Nintendo Switch|release = Summer 2020|genre(s) = Soccer|mode(s) = Single Player <br/> Multiplayer}}'''Pokémon Galactaball League''' (also known as '''''Pokémon Galactic Soccer''''' in Europe and '''''Pokémon Galactic Football''''' in Japan) is a soccer video game based on the Pokémon series for the Nintendo Switch. It is the alternate version of ''Mario Strikers Charged'', which combines some elements from that game and will be released in the summer of 2020.
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== Gameplay ==
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Pokémon Galactaball League shares some elements from ''Mario Strikers Charged''. The referee in the game is Jirachi, who summons the magical galactic soccer ball called the galactaball onto the game to start the match. As mentioned above, Pokémon Galactaball League is based on street football. However, the sport played is much more physical. Two teams of four (not counting goalie) face off against each other to kick the ball into the goal within the time limit ranging from two to five minutes (three as the default amount). They may also choose to compete to reach a certain amount of goals first. When the time runs out, whoever has the most goals (or the next goal, if sudden death occurs) wins the match. If the score is tied at the end of the set amount, the current music will change and the siren will sound, signaling sudden death. Overall, the game has become much harsher as time has passed. Because of this, players now wear protective gear. Players may utilize various strategies, such as items or special powers, to get ahead. The information regarding use of items and special aspects of stadiums are found in their respective sections in this article.
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=== '''Teams and Player Roles''' ===
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Each team is headed by a captain, supported by three offensive/defensive sidekicks and one goalie. Two teams face each other with the aim to score the most points. Points are scored by shooting the ball past the goalie and into the goal. The captain is the leading member of any team and possesses both a Super Ability and a Mega Strike. While often an afterthought, sidekicks are crucial to the game. Knowing which position a sidekick is best at (such as defense or offense) can make or break a game. Goalies, or keepers as they are known in the European version, are the final line of defense. They are permitted to use their hands to block goals, but often are forced to use their bodies to do so.
   
 
== List of Pokémon ==
 
== List of Pokémon ==
   
 
=== '''Pokémon Captains''' ===
 
=== '''Pokémon Captains''' ===
* Pikachu
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* [[Aegislash]]
* Charizard
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* [[Blastoise]]
* Sceptile
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* [[Blaziken]]
* Blaziken
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* [[Braixen]]
* Lucario
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* [[Charizard]]
* Greninja
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* [[Croagunk]]
* Aegislash
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* [[Decidueye]]
* Incineroar
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* [[Empoleon]]
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* [[Garchomp]]
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* [[Gardevoir]]
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* [[Gengar]]
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* [[Greninja]]
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* [[Incineroar]]
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* [[Lucario]]
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* [[Machamp]]
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* [[Mewtwo]]
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* [[Pikachu]]
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* [[Raichu]]
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* [[Sceptile]]
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* [[Scizor]]
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* [[Suicune]]
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* [[Weavile]]
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* [[Zoroark]]
 
=== '''Pokémon Sidekicks''' ===
 
=== '''Pokémon Sidekicks''' ===
* Ivysaur
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* [[Alolan Vulpix]]
* Farfetch'd
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* [[Aron]]
* Cubone
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* [[Cubone]]
* Eevee
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* [[Cyndaquil]]
* Croagunk
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* [[Eevee]]
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* [[Farfetch'd]]
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* [[Genesect]]
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* [[Ivysaur]]
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* [[Lairon]]
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* [[Larvitar]]
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* [[Mudkip]]
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* [[Pichu]]
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* [[Snivy]]
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* [[Squirtle]]
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* [[Vulpix]]
 
=== '''Goalie Pokémon''' ===
 
=== '''Goalie Pokémon''' ===
* Golem
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* [[Aggron]]
* Tyranitar
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* [[Alakazam]]
* Salamence
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* [[Dragonite]]
* Tornadus (Incarnate Form)
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* [[Golem]]
* Thundurus (Incarnate Form)
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* [[Grumpig]]
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* [[Haunter]]
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* [[Ludicolo]]
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* [[Primeape]]
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* [[Salamence]]
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* [[Thundurus]] (Incarnate Forme)
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* [[Tornadus]] (Incarnate Forme)
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* [[Tyranitar]]
   
 
== List of Stadiums ==
 
== List of Stadiums ==
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* Pika Stadium
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* Synergy Forest
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* Thunder Mountain
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* Goldeen Islands
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* Flaming Crater
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* Shaymin Gardens
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* Aquatic Dome
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* Rocky Cavern
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* Winter Battlefield
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* Gastly Castle
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* Crystallic Colosseum
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* Crystallic Colosseum (Stage 2)
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== Trivia ==
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* On January 5, 2020, Pokémon Galactaball League was previously known as ''Pokémon Soccer League.''
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* This is the first soccer video game in the Pokémon universe.
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* Pokémon Soccer League shares some similarities with Mario Strikers Charged.
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* Pokémon Soccer League is the only Pokémon game to be developed by Grezzo, who previously works on ''The Legend of Zelda series''.
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== Gallery ==
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<gallery>
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PokemonSoccerLeague_OfficialLogo.png|Artwork of the game's logo known as ''Pokémon Soccer League''
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</gallery>
 
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Latest revision as of 23:42, March 16, 2020

Pokémon Galactaball League (also known as Pokémon Galactic Soccer in Europe and Pokémon Galactic Football in Japan) is a soccer video game based on the Pokémon series for the Nintendo Switch. It is the alternate version of Mario Strikers Charged, which combines some elements from that game and will be released in the summer of 2020.

Gameplay Edit

Pokémon Galactaball League shares some elements from Mario Strikers Charged. The referee in the game is Jirachi, who summons the magical galactic soccer ball called the galactaball onto the game to start the match. As mentioned above, Pokémon Galactaball League is based on street football. However, the sport played is much more physical. Two teams of four (not counting goalie) face off against each other to kick the ball into the goal within the time limit ranging from two to five minutes (three as the default amount). They may also choose to compete to reach a certain amount of goals first. When the time runs out, whoever has the most goals (or the next goal, if sudden death occurs) wins the match. If the score is tied at the end of the set amount, the current music will change and the siren will sound, signaling sudden death. Overall, the game has become much harsher as time has passed. Because of this, players now wear protective gear. Players may utilize various strategies, such as items or special powers, to get ahead. The information regarding use of items and special aspects of stadiums are found in their respective sections in this article.

Teams and Player Roles Edit

Each team is headed by a captain, supported by three offensive/defensive sidekicks and one goalie. Two teams face each other with the aim to score the most points. Points are scored by shooting the ball past the goalie and into the goal. The captain is the leading member of any team and possesses both a Super Ability and a Mega Strike. While often an afterthought, sidekicks are crucial to the game. Knowing which position a sidekick is best at (such as defense or offense) can make or break a game. Goalies, or keepers as they are known in the European version, are the final line of defense. They are permitted to use their hands to block goals, but often are forced to use their bodies to do so.

List of Pokémon Edit

Pokémon Captains Edit

Pokémon Sidekicks Edit

Goalie Pokémon Edit

List of Stadiums Edit

  • Pika Stadium
  • Synergy Forest
  • Thunder Mountain
  • Goldeen Islands
  • Flaming Crater
  • Shaymin Gardens
  • Aquatic Dome
  • Rocky Cavern
  • Winter Battlefield
  • Gastly Castle
  • Crystallic Colosseum
  • Crystallic Colosseum (Stage 2)

Trivia Edit

  • On January 5, 2020, Pokémon Galactaball League was previously known as Pokémon Soccer League.
  • This is the first soccer video game in the Pokémon universe.
  • Pokémon Soccer League shares some similarities with Mario Strikers Charged.
  • Pokémon Soccer League is the only Pokémon game to be developed by Grezzo, who previously works on The Legend of Zelda series.

Gallery Edit

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