Summary: of course you can't expect the ps2 experience to translate to the psp. gameplay is entirely different, even with gamebreakers and such. would make a great way to pass time on long flights or rides if there were mini-games.
Summary: I have only played this game for one day and already I love it. The quick games are cool. It is a three on three game. You could pick reaglur basketball teams, NBA leagens of all time, or you could have NBA superstars of now. One more thing. In the quick games you could also play shot blocker where you have to block the shots that players are trying to make. If you have a PSP it is highly reccomended.
Summary: You know how Michael Jordan loves to fly through the air, as he is gonna slam in two, and stick out his tongue? That's how I feel when I play this game! I love it, living my Michael Jordan fantasy, as I cruise along on my local city bus, or BART. I just love it. No, I don't stick out my tongue when I play this game, but I still love to play it! I recommend this game for any "couch baller" who loves to slam it down to sounds of the street.
Conclusion: It's an average game really, entertaining in short bursts but soon becomes a bit dull if you play for too long. With the tricks part of the game they try to make it a bit more interesting and the King of the Court mode is decent. If you like basketball it's worth a rent but don't expect anything earth shattering.
Summary: I was hooked into this game for about a week and then beat it. It has a career mode where you start out with a few players and try to beat top teams in various cities, adding their best player when you do beat them. If you have played an NBA Street game before, you probably know the style of the game. For those who haven't played NBA Street, the game is played by ones to 21. There are also trick points where if you get a certain amout you get a gamebreaker.
Summary: I'm a hardcore NBA Street and basketball fan. I've beed on ever since I played the first one on a PS2 demo. I beaten the first two, rented the third, and beaten the PSP version. I know the game inside and out. The PSP version is ugliest of all four but you should expect that from a handheld port. It has above average character models which closely resembles the first Street. From the gameplay standpoint, it is pretty much the same old stuff(which isn't all that bad!).