Excerpt: Sports are very varied and in our virtual world the amount of available products is more than sufficient. Still there are certain people who want to be a bit more original by stealing the show and do some fat tricks.
Excerpt: Not everyone wants a simulation in the same vein as FIFA 08, some prefer a more casual virtual kick around similarly to a street game where dodging cars is as important as dodging opponents and window smashes aren‘t uncommon.
Excerpt: Do you remember playing a game of Basketball or Football with your friends in the frontyard? Around the world, the sport played everywhere is football of a different kind, but the place that the game is played the most, is in the street.
Conclusion: The controls were stiff and sloppy, the gameplay was boring and the whole concept of the game was horrid. I thought changing the difficulty would improve it but yet again I was wrong, the easiest game to play was 3.5 stars, a nightmare.
Excerpt: If you look at professional athletes today, the most famous of them stick out because of their ability to do things that the rest of us would find impossible. The ability to jump high, run fast, and have tremendous strength usually sets these superstar athletes apart.
Excerpt: FIFA Street 3 makes an excellent first impression. After spending a few minutes with the game and admiring the flashy moves and caricature representations of some of the best footballers in the world, it's easy to believe that EA has created the first great FIFA Street title.
Excerpt: Game – FIFA Street 3 Genre – Sports – Soccer Platforms – PS3, Xbox 360, DS (Reviewed on Xbox 360) By the time a franchise reaches its third iteration, you expect that the developers have learned from the first two.
Excerpt: FIFA Street is a football game where the pitch is a stretch of concrete overlooking a Tokyo skyline, where players use rabonas, rainbow kicks, lollipops and any other flick or trick you can think of that hasn’t had a name made up for it.
Excerpt: Right from the whistle FIFA Street 3 is an unexpected letdown. As the start up menu appears on the screen, your eyes look right for a “Career” or “Franchise” mode. However you are left a little bit confused because there is none. The only thing that comes close is the “FIFA Street Challenge.