Summary: I remember the original 2 NBA Street games were really fun and customizeable, however, this new one wasn't what I was expecting. It's more of a simplistic version of the old ones with slightly better graphics.
Summary: It's a good play. Moves are a little hard to master. Speed is a bit slow and it takes some time to build up your skill levels for you attributes. Still enjoyable to play and not made I purchased it.
Summary: If you're looking for an arcade basketball game, this is it. If you haven't played an NBA Street before, they are some of the most quality arcade basketball games on the market. Gameplay consists of many tricks and maneuvers to gain points and there is a lot of dunking involved.
Summary: I am not going to talk about what should be obvious or something that has already been mentioned. I will give my reason as to why I can't enjoy this game. There is no balance between the inside game (dunks) vs. the outside game (3 pointers).
Excerpt: Amongst the dull bore of constant reiterations of sports games that are released each year by the saeme companies, NBA Street Homecourt emerges as a highly enjoyable game for both basketball fans and general gamers. The games unrealistic moments are what sets it apart fromother basketball games.
Excerpt: NBA is another branch that EA have Expanded, with the addition of NBA street homecourt. The game in itself is a street style basketball game, which enables you as the player to dunk, pass, alleyoop in crazy ways never done before.
Excerpt: This is the best NBA Street so far!! I've always loved the NBA Street series and I had to buy this game as soon as I had bought my PS3. To be quite honest I was expecting alot from this game following the previous excellent installment from EA Sports and I must say it exceeded my expectations.
Pros: Great Gameplay and soundtrack, fun & addictive,