I was a big fan of the previous Strikers, so I bought this right away. I don't regret the decision at all. I'll get started reviewing.
Graphics: Nothing overly wrong here. Yes, the graphics aren't impressive, but graphics don't make the game, do they? I have no complaints. -0
Gameplay: The game is fast paced, and enjoyable. Only flaw is that the aggressive nature of the game can make it sometimes stressful (or maybe it's just me getting easily annoyed), but that's nothing too bad. Wi-fi simply enhances the enjoyable experience of the game. The games online mode is lagless, granted you have a good connection. Luckily, the game shows you how good a connection you have before the match, and if it's too low, you can choose against the match up. The game is responsive, and the controls are near perfect. Really, the game has no major faults in its controls or its formula. -1/2 for the stress thing, but again, it's not that bad.
Sound: The music, while there's no awful music, isn't the most enjoyable sound out there. What bugs me in this part, is the character themes. Each character has a theme, but it's normally annoying, and gets easily repetitive. Other than that, though, the games sound effects are well done. -1 for the character themes (but some seem to like the themes. I just don't).
Length: The game has longevity with its multiplayer, but, while I haven't fully played through, it doesn't seem to have much to do in single player mode. Even if there is a lack of single player length, multiplayer is what the games about, and that's just fine. In single player, the computer sometimes uses annoying tactics, but it's nothing a skilled striker can't overcome. -0 nothing wrong here.