Summary: let me say ive spent at least 100 hours on nfl street one and maybe 15 hours on nfl street 2. 2 things that make this game very bad the defence sucks in this game, yes i know how to use the defence but it takes a long time to force tons of fumbles and interction are luck for the most part. The rosters are like 3 years old and you cant trade players to make your team somewhat updated.
Summary: The game is great for a street ball game. But I'm used to games like Blitz. I was kinda disappointed that you can tackle anyone once a play is over...unneccessary roughness is one of the best parts of playing football.
Summary: If you already have the first NFL Street, I see no reason to upgrade unless you like jumping off walls. It's still lacking on play selection (I think it's 99% the same as the 1st one). I was hoping for more smak talk, but it's EXACTLY the same. Same styles etc. Same graphics; pretty much the same exact game. I see no reason why to spend $50 more for this if you already have the 1st one. If you don't have the NFL strrt 1, pick this up, cuz it is a blast!
Summary: I purchased this game in 2006. It has alot of what Blitz the League is known for, hard hitting. The current blitz took out the after the touchdown/whistle blown hits. But this one there is no referee. You can still complete a tackle after the touchdown. I like the concept. Hard hits and working your way in not so conventional structured leagues. I play all the hockey games too, so I enjoy doing seasons etc.
Summary: Para el que le guste los deportes mas duros que se ven en america, tiene la posibilidad de hacerlo desde su casa y de un modo mas fantastico y espectacular gracias a que en los partidos de jockey de esta liga podras desafiar a la gravedad corriendo y apoyandose en las paredes en el aire. Puedes juegar partidos a lo ancho de la ciudad e incluso usar elementos de la calle para desviar la pelota.