Summary: Fifa Street goes against an other football game i have ever played. In that the object of the game is not to win, but skills. Skills are what makes this game what it is. Here the crowds hate to see boring pass to pass action, so do the opposition.
Summary: When I opened this game, I thought great, a fifa game worth playing. When you start, it is hard and the controls are hard to catch onto but soon you learn them pretty easily. It becomes part of your life because it is so addictive and fun to play, but after a while it gets boring as you become...
Summary: most of the reviews of this game dismiss it as 'a discrase to the fifa label' however i thought i would try it. as many reviewers have said, it was difficult at first but you do get used to it after a short while.
Summary: This game has gr8 graphics and sound and the gameplay is good, the only problem is that the number of players is limited to only a few international teams which means no Shevchenko, Giggs, Scholes,etc also after about 2months u get abit bored of this game. All in all a brilliant game but not perfect
Summary: A classic little game that I picked up very cheaply here not that long ago. For a FIFA veteran, the game will be easy to complete - controls are similar to the main string of games but in FIFA street there are no rules!
Its not about how many you score, its about how you score!!
Harry May, Amazon
21 March 2006
Summary: Fifa Street was the game we were all waiting for. When i purchased it i couldn't wait to see what it was like. The gameplay is awesome on this game. The way it flows and how the players look are really cool but one snag is that there isnt enough tricks which gets abit annoying because it gets too...
Summary: Fifa street could be summed up by some in 3 words, another football game. Yet they would be wrong in stating this. FIFA street combines the worlds best players staged at an arena such as your local spot doing freestyle tricks and moves. the gameplay and graphics are so realistic.