FIFA Street is a blast...can't wait for the next version
D. Goodwin "Are you not entertained?", Amazon
18 March 2005
Summary: You don't have to listen to the guys who get paid to review games for a living. FIFA Street is absolutely addictive and one of the most fun video games I've played in a long time. It has tons of attitude and once you get a grasp on the controls, you will find yourself unable to stop until you've won...
Summary: This game is great...... i love the blend between street and normal soccer, i say this beause all other street games have people jumping 5 meters and move likes that and in fifa street almost every move can be done in normal life and still awesome...
Very Realistic in comparison to earlier Street Editions
Fazil Badrudeen, Amazon
3 June 2014
Summary: Having played the demo of Street 3 for a long long time, decided to get the same. That's when I stumbled on this new edition. First looks were impressive. Lacking the fun and easy playablility of the earlier versions, this provides more professionalism to the street football.
Summary: When i say tricky i do not mean that it is a difficult game, i mean it's full of tricks. The game is far from difficult, it is easy for anyone to pick up and go, it is especially good for those new to football games because the range of things you can do is incredible.
Summary: FIFA Street is real fun when you first play it but unfortunately it gets a little boring after a while. The graphics are smooth, the moves look great and in the short term it really is fun to play, even coming close to pro evo level.
Summary: This game has a variety of different skills and moves, which makes it different to a normal football game. There are no referees so you can foul as much as you want. There are different modes, such as Friendly and Rule the Street.
Summary: FIFA Street is unique and extremely different to life on the grass of normal FIFA games. FIFA Street is completely about tricks and scoring. There are no rules, so there are big-crunch tackles left, right and centre. Personally, i prefer this to the original pitch-style FIFA Football brings you.
Summary: Gone are the polished corporate stadiums of lesser games, in Fifa Street you play in the neighbourhood. From the picturesque riverbanks of Roma in Italy to the gritty shanty towns of Brazil through to a disused railway shed in London.
Summary: there is no doubt it is a well worked game, the controlls are simple and you can score incredible goals easily with the flick of a button, however it may seem a bit repetative, yet it will always drag you back
Summary: Ah, football. This is how it should be played, a demonstration of skills which you thought were never possible. After playing football games my whole life, it's always been anonying that you couldn't use that many skillful moves in a game, but now you can with FIFA Street.