Summary: Okay. Street Hoops does have great features to this game. Things such as movies to unlock, and cheats to enter. Every time you play a game, whether in Lord of the Court or in World Tournament Mode, and even in a Pick-Up game you can earn some money to pay for some great jewelry and tatoos, hairstyles and even brand clothing like And 1 and P. Miller. Sad to say, these things I just mentioned are the best part of the game.
Summary: A careful look at most of the good reviews will reveal that the reviewers are more impressed with the hype of brand name clothing and court varieties than the actual game play. Obviously, more time was spent on researching courts and players than coding the game. First of all, team uniforms are so similar that you're not sure if you have the ball or not. (Maybe the makers of the game are color blind). By the time you figure it out, the other team would have scored.
Summary: This is a slick looking, ball dunking, in your-face basket ball game. But if you want a game with more depth, more options, and more players, than pick up NBA INSIDE DRIVE 2003! The blacktop is home to some of the best players in the world: Hot Sauce, Headache, 1/2 Man 1/2 Amazing. From Rucker Park in NYC to the Venice Beach courts in L.A., they rock rims and break ankles.
Summary: This game is neat if you are used to games like NBA Shootout, but if you have played games like Live and Inside Drive you won't like this game. Every thing is really neat except the gameplay. You get to pick bling, tattoos, clothes, shoes, and even hairstyles, but how are you supposed to win when the defense makes every shot they take...
Summary: This game wears off very quickly. After you have seen the limited repertoire of fancy moves, there is little left to show. The game action is slow and methodical. Graphics are about average. The music is okay, but nothing special. I give it a 3 because it can be used to kill lots of time.