Summary: I was really hyped for this game but it pains me to say that it is average at best. Hoping for a game similar to the original (which was exciting and unique) this game is just bland and boring. The skills are extremely simple, the tour mode is atrocious and the leveling system is ABYSMAL. When I say abysmal I mean it. Like the original, there are bars for defending, dribbling, speed etc. When you increase these THERE IS NO VISIBLE IMPROVEMENT.
Summary: FIFA Street is a must have for FIFA fans who are still missing the availability to play in a hall or on the streets. You start in a region of your choice (France, England, etc) and play your way through up to worldwide stages. It sounds pretty amazing but the game does not take advantage of its encouraging potential because the developers did not use the licenses as you might think of when you hear FIFA.
Summary: FIFA Street may be criticized by many, many feints and tricks interrupt the match, having no real equips ect. But this game is not meant to be realistic or organized, is meant to be fun, and could achieve its objective, provides good moments of fun and entertainment and allows us to burn many hours. It can be very worked, however it seems to me that a game is recommended to all who proucuram play with the ball and have a getaway from FIFA normal.
Summary: lots of fun to just f. around with the ai, or other people online. kids who are **** about "bad defenders" and other **** dont realize that its not fifa 12, its fifa street. your players are supposed to tricks and defenders/keepers are supposed to be embarrassed.
Summary: This game is pretty poor, it's quite obvious it's been rushed out just in time to get people acquainted with these features before the full Street experience is released as part of the FIFA proper series. The gameplay is extremely tedious, the AI will literally outright refuse to relinquish possession even if you tackle it multiple times, this happens repeatedly, and yet when the situation is reversed it never takes them more than one tackle to get the ball from you.
Summary: Fifa Street is a good game with some MASSIVE flaws! The game itself is really good, beating player with cool tricks is awesome but, I think I am right in thinking that most people who will buy this game will do so to play it online.....So why have EA decided to cut massive chunks out of the online experience?! There are only three game modes online, with Panna, Last Man Standing and Custom games all getting the chop.
Summary: A fun game. Takes the essence of the old Fifa Streets but makes it a bit more realistic, the skills are more realistic, the goalkeepers aren't insanely good and the game modes are fun and interesting. The world tour mode is what you expect, play games, improve your ranking and increase your teams stats. Does it do anything revolutionary? No. Is it worth owning? Yes Do you need to own it right now?