Release Date: Out Now
AFL Wii Info
There are too many features to list so some of the main ones are:
* A quick match mode (of course) but instead of the usual 16 AFL teams as well as the 2 new teams (Gold Coast and Greater Wester Sydney), you can play with teams from the 5 different leagues as well as bonus teams such as the 2010 All Australian Team.
* A competition mode where you can begin with a fantasy draft and draft a full squad to play through an entire campaign.
* A Career mode where, as mentioned, before you can begin in the TAC Cup and work your way up to premiership glory. Key aspects of this mode are:
o The ability to complete straight trades or complex three way trades with multiple players and even trade draft picks.
o Contract negotiation
o Email inbox.
o Face the tribunal.
o Choose medical treatment for player injuries.
o Juggle finances such as staff wages, ticketing and merchandise.
o 29 player attributes to train to improve your teams ability.
o Win the Brownlow, club best and fairest, Coleman medal, NAB rising star and the Norm Smith medal.
* 5 fun minigames to play such as a game similar to Lou's Handball and another like a basketball style 3-point shootout kicking at goal from outside the 50 metre line. Others include a Horse goal kicking game, a marking game, and a free for all game.
* A custom character creator
* A team editor (change team lineups and player ratings as you see fit).
* Supports 8 players at once and allows friends to drop in and out of a players career so that you can continue a career with friends whenever you desire.
* Range of camera, weather and gameplay options to customise your experience.
There are many Wii style features, such as "mini contests" within the main game play which really add to the excitement during difficult ma