Excerpt: Charles Darwin already knew it in the 19th century: only the strongest can survive. “EA BIG” has taken over this principle and develops games where you grow out to be a unique legend. By learning different skills, you will soon be unstoppable.
Conclusion: NFL Street is very good for a first title. The graphics are good, presentation is energetic, and the various challenges gives the game lots of replay value. The gameplay is solid, but needs work in giving it a bit more balance.
Summary: Parents need to know that the game has its fair share of violence, as players are tackled and slammed to the ground on just about every play. There are no referees or rules to keep the play clean.
Excerpt: It is surprising that EA, a company that has practically built its name on the Madden franchise, hasn't given football a 'Big' makeover. The label has tackled nearly every other sport, from snowboarding to basketball to even pro wrestling, but has never taken on the gridiron.
Excerpt: The NFL is a gigantic franchise that specializes in football tournaments and other various types of pig-skin things. When the NFL meets a football game produced by EA, you can be sure that the game is authentic, and incorporates a
Excerpt: When EA Sports formed their BIG spin-off with the release of SSX back at the start of the PS2, they did something few developers could do with a first effort; they crafted a wholly original take on snowboarding the no game since has been able to touch.
Excerpt: With the Blitz series taking a more sim-like approach to football, there's now room for a new game to step up and take its place in the over-the-top, big hitting, trash talking, high scoring pigskin genre.