Summary: It's NFL Street... again. I guess since I haven't played NFL Street since way back when it first came out, I don't really notice all the new stuff and differences, but it's still a great game. I was looking for an alternate for Madden, a little more action a little less GM type stuff. This is about it. Make a team, play games, gain stats, and repeat. Good game.
Summary: This is a very strange game. It's fun but all in all it just isn't the best. The controls are okay and graphics aren't special. The players are just NFL players and there are no Street charaters like in Street NBA. The two things I really enjoyed were the Minigames- Crush the Carrier is the best- where you play random skills. The Respect the Street mode, or Career mode, was also fun. Overall this game was an ok experience.
Summary: In Street 2 jumping off walls was an awkward gaming experience but playable. Street 1 was the best of the series because it was pure street football, no jumping and cartwheeling all over the place. Thats why the fun rating went down, Other than that it Crushes Madden. Hey EA maybe football is your forte. But leave the sim to ESPN 2K.
Summary: With all the limitation the NFL has put out this year: No TD Celebrations, No Dancing; No Taunting, it's no surprising that Chad Johnson is on the cover of this title. This is all about street football: where it doesn't matter how you win, as long as you look good doing it! Major improvements over NFL Street 2: You can completely control the GAMEBREAKER feature this time around.