Brian Forrester "Brian Forrester, Noblesville IN", Amazon
14 July 2004
Summary: Sure, the graphics and gameplay in NBA Street Vol. 2 are good, but you'll play this game maybe a week before it ends up gather dust in your collection. There really is no replay value to it. As the game is only $20, I wouldn't call it a waste of money. Mark my words, however, you'll quickly tire of this title.
Summary: I played on this all night the first day I got it. Having got to the end on 'easy mode' I decided to give it a shot with a different team. But I soon got bored. If you've done it once, you've done it. I hate games where it's impossible to master the moves, but it was too easy in this game. Some of the more 'difficult' moves (slip 'n' slide) come straight away, then it's just a case of seeing how much you can win by!
S. Worboys "midge(son without credie card!)", amazon.co.uk
18 August 2001
Summary: If you remember NBA JAM and liked that then this is the game for you. the gameplay consists in running from one end of the court to the other and dunking like a nutcase then running back and aggressively defending, throwing in tricks aimed at throwing off defenders along the way. There's a season where you can devellop a created character or pick up new characters which is quite fun and has a reasonable shelf-life given that the difficulty level is quite well pitched.
Excerpt: Hola a todos, El NBA Street es ya todo un cásico dentro de los juegos de baloncesto para Play Station 2 y que, aunque nunca estuvo a la altura de la saga NBA Live, fue un juego que rindió a buen nivel y para mí al menos tiene un hueco dentro de esta divertida modalidad. Es un juego en parte parecido a otros también poco conocidos como el NBA Hoopz o el NBA Jam.