Summary: I picked this up because I had not upgraded to a new FIFA game since FIFA 10 and did not want to drop $50+ for FIFA 13. I am happy to report that I am very pleased with FIFA Street. All of the modes are great fun and the "World Tour" mode brings in an addictive character progression element. Tournaments and game types are varied, and I find it just as fun as a full FIFA game, if not more.
Summary: Overall, if you're looking for a game remotely close to and Fifa game, don't even look at this game. This game is all about up-tempo, small team, and fast paced fun! I've played every fifa that's come out since 2005 and this game here is nothing like any of them. It's a run and gun, embarrass the opposing team as much as you possibly can while scoring goals left and right, kind of game. My only complaint with the game is that the career mode is WAY too short.
Summary: the concept for this game is very cool. the different venues, teams, skill moves, etc are awesome and thats what drew me into this game. The only problem i have with this game is defending. it is absolutely atrocious. it does not seem like its based on skill, you just hit tackle and hope for the best. almost everything else is great, but defending is awful.
Summary: FIFA Street is, in my opinion, much better than the previous FIFA Streets. Once you learn the tricks, the game is much funner. I think it can still improve though. It has many of the characteristics of FIFA 12, but Street is not fully there yet. I still recommend it though, especially if you love football.
Summary: This game is the best thing to happen to FIFA since the introduction of 360 degree dribbling back in 2010! For the avid or even casual FIFA player this game offers a wonderful marriage between a difficult however accesible skills interface and rewarding team strategy elements. Think FIFA12 magnified with a Street Fighter flare.