Conclusion: FIFA Street 2 plays much less like a soccer game than last year’s title thanks to its increased emphasis on tricks and earning points and gamebreakers. Thankfully this game does offer a few more game types than what was in the original and that helps to keep it feeling fresh for as long as possible.
Conclusion: Unfortunately, RoboBlitz is also a game of frequent dying. Especially in the Noed battles, the slightest wrong move can put you into a pool of lava or in the stream of enemy rockets, and though there are a few wrench icons (which clear your damage gauge), they’re not always in reach when you need...
Excerpt: FIFA Street 2 is EA's second attempt at taking the flashy nature of football and turning it into its own game. While last year's game sold well and seemed to please console owners looking for an alternative football game, it wasn't received all that well by the video game press.
Excerpt: Most sports gamers have a love or a hate of Electronic Arts. Their lack of real progression in sports games has been disappointing over recent years. That lethargy can be found in the past as well. Fifa Street 2 is on the PS2, Xbox, and Gamecube but not worth much of a mention.
Summary: Overall FIFA Street 2 is a better game than last year but still needs more work put in if it's to become a serious contender against proper football games such as Pro Evolution Soccer and EA's own FIFA series.
Excerpt: The Street series of games had it's moment in the sun when NBA Street was released, thanks to the fun involved in over exaggerated dunks and huge tricks that made your rivals spin in disbelief. EA felt that the success in the NBA world meant that other sports would also fair well with the
Excerpt: I'm going to come clean now; I prefer that my sports games have a little twist of simulation blended into them. Across the board, regardless of the sport, I've found it's the realism that increases my time spent with a sports title. Electronic Arts'
Conclusion: NBA Street 3 has unlockable Beastie Boys. This doesn't.
Pros: For a game where juggling in place can be as good as scoring a goal, one simple move stands out for its style and utility: A push forward on the trick stick flips the ball neatly over a defender's head and sends you to glory.
Cons: Defending against tricks can be like a clumsy piece of physical comedy. When you aren't paralyzed, you fall flat on your face.