Summary: The reason I say this is because this game is good on its own, but it is absolutely phenomenal with friends around.If you have friends that have a PS3, have them come over and play this game together. It's just as good as the games on PS2.
Summary: As a long time fan of Street, this game infuriated me until I had some understanding of the basic mechanics. Then it becomes incredible fun. The aesthetic may not be for anyone, but for clowning on fools, its hard to top.
Summary: This game was not really what I expected. The original ones are better. This game isnt that bad, but you cant beat the original. I am glad I picked this game up, especially for the price I got it for.
Summary: After all these years, this is still a great game. Roster is a little dated now but that doesn't stop it from being enjoyable with a group of friends. For the price you can find it for now, a great buy!
Summary: Can you remember a great casual Bball game called NBA JAM? It was a hit on the arcades many years ago, and almost all the home consoles at the time received a port. Well, NBA Street homecourt is just like NBA JAM. It's fast, simple and most importantly, FUN. The trick system is simple and deep enough, the graphics are actually very good and the music matches the game's mood. It' great fun to play a quick match with a friend.
Summary: Presentation, character animation, and likeness are great. As are the EA Trax. This is not a super deep game but it is tons of fun. Trick mechanisms have been refreshed and simplified again - like the first in the series.