Conclusion: The bottom line with this title lies in what you want from this title. If you’re the type of gamer who prefers to play by themselves you’ll likely be disappointed by the lack of challenge in the Street Challenge mode.
Conclusion: NBA Street Homecourt is not a perfect game. There are certain letdowns when it comes to the single player experience, repetitive voice work, and graphical flare. It is however a damned good game and frankly one of the best basketball titles that I have ever played.
Excerpt: The good just keeps on getting better. NBA Street V3 features street ballers that equate to their real-life counterparts, with a touch of cartoony-ness to them. The players look dead-on, although there’s not much in the facial expression department.
Summary: Parents need to know that this game is ideally suited for children age 6 and older. The game is free of the mild violence in the popular NFL Street games . Players do foul, but they don't body-slam each other on the concrete -- fouls are more in line with what you would see in a live NBA game.
Excerpt: I'm in total agreement with everything in Chi's review, though I will have to say that it took me a while to come to such a positive conclusion on NBA Street . After playing for an hour or so I began to wonder if this was just another caricature video game along the lines of Midway's Ready 2 Rumble...
Conclusion: The series' gameplay has been refined and honed to a keen sharpness that few games can match in terms of overall quality, slick presentation and tight, responsive controls. This is a sports game for people who hate sports games.
Summary: NBA Street V3 is another sensational game in the series. The only real disappointment is the lack of online gameplay - that would have really cemented this as a cracking title. Still it's an essential purchase even if you own the previous games.
Summary: Vous vous ennuyez de ne plus pouvoir crier «ALLEY-OOP!» à la figure de votre petit frère? Vous ne voulez pas mettre 50$ sur un jeu de basket dans lequel il faut travailler la formation triangulaire et éviter tout transports, back court, et autres règles ennuyantes? Et oui! C’est enfin possible!
Pros: - Jouabilité excellente - Nouveau Gamebreaker à couper le souffle - Mode en ligne incroyable - Graphisme à la fine pointe de la technologie - Possibilité de jouer à 6 joueurs
Cons: - Musique répétitive - Commentateur désagréable