Inazuma Eleven Strikers


Inazuma Eleven Strikers (イナズマイレブンストライカーズ, Inazuma Irebun Sutoraikāzu) is the first Inazuma Eleven spin-off for the Nintendo Wii, featuring characters from all three original DS games, as well as five special guests from Inazuma Eleven GO.


Training in the game

The new features of the game include high-quality 3D characters and graphics, and each character when calling out their hissatsu are fully voiced by their respective seiyuus. The game artwork of Inazuma Eleven GO is more based off the anime artwork, rather than its previous notable DS game one. Also, there is a new game system introduced to Inazuma Eleven Strikers, and you are now able to move at a third person/first person zoom-up view, with everything — from surroundings to characters, in 3D as stated before.

Playable teams

Special guests from Inazuma Eleven GO

Unlockable characters

English Box Art

Password characters

Japanese version

English version

Italian version

French version

Spanish version

German version




【PV】イナズマイレブン ストライカーズ






【TVCM】 夢のオールスターバトル篇





Inazuma Eleven Strikers - EuropeanDebut Trailer




【OP】イナズマイレブン ストライカーズ



Inazuma Eleven Strikers - Intro Opening Cutscene! (Wii)




Inazuma Eleven Striker Ending - Credits



Inazuma Eleven Strikers Ending


  • Zaizen Touko is the only female on the Japanese cover of the game box-art, while Ulvida is the only female of the English cover of the game box art.
  • Wonder Life has released a strategy guide for Inazuma Eleven Strikers.
  • This game has an expansion called Inazuma Eleven Strikers 2012 Xtreme.
  • At the beginning of October, Level-5 posted in the official Inazuma Eleven Strikers website several suggested teams.
  • 真 Majin The Hand is the only fully evolved move in the game.
  • Kyousuke will always wear his own clothes in every match, unless the team's kit is Shinsei Raimon's one.
  • On the English box art, both forms of Kazemaru Ichirouta are shown.
  • In the European version, the opening is instrumental and there are no lyrics.
  • The game came out in Europe almost one year prior to the third game, even though it includes character from the third season of the anime as well as Inazuma Eleven GO.


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