via Computer and Video Games

After announcing the game for every platform but Wii, Konami has now revealed that a Wii version is in the works and has undergone a "radical rethink" to make the most of the Wii's motion-sensitive control system.

We've been told that the game will make full use of the Wii Remote and Nunchuck controllers, offering total control over every aspect of the players and their movements both on and off the ball. The remote will also let you send players running into space, and to distribute the ball.

More from Games Convention soon.