Summary: this is one hell of a game, it has everything u ever wnated......is what u wouldn't say about this gaem, it is almost boring as hell. (also wretlemania 21). but don't take my word for it, u should try it out for urself. ok let me tell u about the game it is a 7 on 7 game, it is not like nfl street or nba street, but u do got the trick stick and then the graphics, if u have ever seen the graphics on nfl street 2, u will say that is far more shittier that that.
Excerpt: "...before. To be honest the FIFA franchise of football games has been pretty good so it is disappointing to report that FIFA Street left me cold as a gaming experience. This version sees you playing a series of four a side games in a varied number of street locations which are heavy on the prevalence of signs of urban decay and lots of graffiti covered walls. On the plus side the fact that there is no out of play areas means that the action ...
FIFA Street (Xbox): Fifa Street : Can you rule the street ?
30 October 2008
Summary: This game was given to me for free and I have to say, if this was not the case, I probably would not have played on the game. It just doesnt strike me as a game I would enjoy, I would rather play a 'traditional' football game than one with 'altered rules'. After some time playing the game, and after decideing it was best to view the game as not a variation of football, but a completey different sport, I have to say I did quite enjoy it.
Pros: 'Awesomeness' of tricks, player level up mode
Summary: While many people seem to be under the impression that FIFA Street is the first attempt to bring the World’s favourite sport to the streets in terms of videogames, this really couldn’t be further from the case, with turkeys like Kamara’s Street Soccer and Puma Street Soccer releasing and bombing during the 32-Bit days, and Acclaim unleashing the thoroughly despicable Urban Freestyle Soccer on the Xbox and PS2 long before EA took to the streets, however what sets FIFA...
Summary: Sometimes you play a game and you just have to wonder why game designers feel the need to keep on churning out adaptations of other games which are not really any improvement on what has gone before. To be honest the FIFA franchise of football games has been pretty good so it is disappointing to report that FIFA Street left me cold as a gaming experience.