Excerpt: It’s actually laughable that Electronic Arts has no less than 3 footballgames lying on the shelves at this time. Besides this brand new one, UEFA Champion’s League 2004-2005 and old faithful FIFA 2005 are also available.
Conclusion: I think what’s most disappointing about Fifa Street is the thought of what could have been. I think many videogame soccer fans have been waiting for a solid 5 on 5 soccer title since the indoor soccer mode in Fifa: RTWC 98.
Excerpt: EA really are in an enviable position in the industry. They've got the licences, they've got the franchises, they've got the game engines and they've got a fair few talented people working in their offices.
Excerpt: It’s fair to say that Electronic Arts have a near-undisputed monopoly on licensed sporting games: such well-established names as the FIFA, NBA, NHL and Madden NFL are all part of their extensive portfolio.
Excerpt: FIFA Street is four-on-four soccer with three players in the field and one goalie. Most of the matches don't have a time limit and are played to 5 goals, but there are matches that have the traditional time limits of regular soccer.
Summary: FIFA Street has been eagerly anticipated for quite a while now and we couldn't wait to get our hands on it, however we were thinking that it was just going to be FIFA 2005 re boxed with a few extra tricks you can do, but to be honest, that statement couldn't be more further from the truth.
Summary: De FIFA-reeks behoort al jaren tot de top der sportgames en wordt bijna elk jaar, verdiend, tot nummer één verkozen. Elk jaar is het knokken en zwoegen geblazen voor EA, want aan de sport zelf kan er helaas niets worden veranderd, dus moet EA Sports elk jaar met andere originele zaken uit de hoek...
Pros: World Tour-modus, Eigen team zowel online als offline, Physics en tricks
Cons: Doelman heeft soms rare kuren, Sommige modi online niet beschikbaar