Summary: I got friends who have PSPs ( I have yet to get one, but I am on christmas. ) And I gave him my DS at lunch for his PSP. I played this game, cuz it was the only one he liked. I played it and I immediately noticed the graphics were good, and not so good, but I'd say they are 'better than they are worse'. Anyways, I've played the consol versions. Sure they were good, but definitely got repetetive after a few games in a row.
Summary: NFL blitz is alive and well on the PSP. Only this time it is called NFL Street 2, and it is a little fancier. First the ugly: this game takes 15 hours to load each game. Not really, but that is what it feels like when you just want to play a quick game. The other ugly thing is that it seems a bit difficult to remember what all of the buttons do.
Summary: NEVER BRORING!!! No complicated passing, no struggiling to get open, just run up a wall or something to get open! Just hit a button above your recivers head to pass. Great release for the PSP, this game is sure to keep you hooked throught every mode of the game. Graphics are amazing! This may not be realistic, but it's more fun this way! 5 Stars From the_truth!
Summary: I grew up playing footbal in the street. I wish I had this much fun. Very good game, brought back memories of my youth...just wish I could have done half the stuff that's in this game. From the jumping off walls to the very entertaining Gamebreaker 2's. If you ever played football in the street, this is a game you should get.
Summary: NFL street 2 Unleashed is a beautiful, brilliant example of what Sony's new baby the PSP has to offer. It combines hardcore gridiron action action, with gameplay as smooth as butter. There are many types of game modes to choose from including: Own the city, where you must create your own pimped out player, pull together a team from your hood, and dominate the streets one field at a time. Be sure to choose your players wisely.