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- Platform: PlayStation 3
- PEGI Rating: Ages 3 and Over
- Media: Video Game
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Platform: PlayStation 3
A fun, authentic street football game that replicates the way the game is played all over the world.
From the creators of the award-winning EA SPORTS FIFA franchise, and inspired by street footballers from around the world, FIFA Street is the most authentic street football game ever made. Enjoy a unique, fun experience where everything from the environments to the gear to the music is true to street football and its culture. Powered by the revolutionary FIFA gameplay engine, and introducing Street Ball Control, FIFA Street delivers an arsenal of groundbreaking street dribbling styles and trick moves that ignite the one-on-one battles. Whether performing one panna after another without breaking a sweat the way the game is played in Amsterdam, or a physical, fight-for-possession style the way players compete in London, fans will enjoy a superior fidelity of ball control and responsiveness than anything ever experienced. Compete everywhere from parking lots and parks to prestigious 5v5 futsal-style tournaments in the world’s biggest cities. Play with and against the stars of the most popular clubs in the world—or real-life street players—and compete at more than 35 locations around the world.
- Complete Authenticity— The most authentic street football game ever created replicates the way the game is played by players all over the world. Everything from the environments to the gear to the music is true to the sport and its culture.
- Street Ball Control— Enjoy a superior fidelity of ball control and responsiveness than anything ever experienced. Street Ball Control replicates the touch, creativity and flair players bring to the streets. Take on the challenge of beating—and embarrassing!—your opponent in one-on-one battles, utilizing new dribble styles, and an arsenal of new skill moves.
- Standing Dribble—Bait and beat opponents in one-on-one battles! From a stationary position, maneuver the ball backwards, forwards and side-to-side to lure an opponent into making the first move, and then launch a counter move by beating him with a panna or trick move.
- Street Dribble —An evolution on FIFA 12’s Precision Dribbling, Street Dribble puts your players in position to face opponents at any moment, lets you deftly maneuver while keeping them on their heels, and puts you in a more dangerous scoring position. Utilize close dribble touches in tight spaces, under pressure, and even while fending off an opponent.
- All-New Skill Moves—Over 50 never-before-experienced skill moves to beat your opponents and look good doing it.
- Aerial Skills—Get the ball off the ground and make your move. Show your flair by juggling, fool a defender with a pass or shot, or pull off a skill move that leaves them watching.
- World Tour— A connected, social game mode that enables you to create yourself in game, build your own team of street stars, and progress to become the best street team in the world. Compete in 16 different tournaments and complete 20 different challenges to progress from your local level to national-level, then European and ultimately world-stage tournaments. Earn over 100 different styles, tricks & celebrations to grow your player to compete with more style and flair. Plus, unlock over 225 items for your squad, including team kits, street wear, boots, environments and teams.
- Tournaments—Compete in 16 different tournaments. Play connected, against teams created by other FIFA Street gamers—all grown based on the gamers’ own style and preferences. Step up your game by not just playing against other gamers' teams–-but against other gamers, head-to-head online. All tournaments feature social leaderboards to compare against your friends.
- Street Challenges—Complete 20 street challenges to get the chance to bring other players onto your squad—including real-world street footballers, or stars from your favourite clubs. Play with or against 1-4 players with varying game rules including Panna Rules (score by kicking the ball through your opponent’s legs), Entertainment Points (win by entertaining the crowds), and Last Man Standing (score, lose a man and be the first to lose all your guys). Each challenge has its own leaderboard so you can compare your best score or time with your friends.
- Own the Street—From parking lots and parks to gyms and rooftop arenas, FIFA Street will feature cool and unique environments, including iconic locales like Rio de Janeiro, London, Amsterdam and New York.
- Complete Customization— Enjoy customizable matches to replicate the unique ways the game is played around the world, including the number of players, and match types. Take on the challenge of performing trick moves and panna’s in a game in Amsterdam, futsal-style matches with no wall play in Spain, or a physical 5v5 contest in the UK.
- FIFA Gameplay Engine—FIFA Street utilizes the best features from the critically-acclaimed FIFA gameplay engine, including the Impact Engine, Precision Dribbling, Personality+ and more.
- Licensed Content—Featuring stars of Manchester United, Barcelona, Real Madrid and many of the top clubs in the world. Play with Rooney, Kaka, and many of your favorite players decked out in authentic kits, training gear and street gear.
- Street Stars—Introducing real street stars plucked from streets all over the world. Play with and against freestylers who compete in the real-world tournaments.
- EA SPORTS Football Club—From the first nutmeg on, you will be contributing to your EA SPORTS Football Club identity.
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Hit The Streets;
This is a perfect mode for people just looking to play a basic game of street football this is for you. You have a choice of 5 a side [Favourite], Futsal [closest thing to actual football], Panna [Point based game mode] and Last Man Standing [A variation when you score and lose a player etc.] These are all very fun.
Exceptional, you create a team and build it up, picking up various players from teams you have beaten along the way. It has four stages - Regional, National, European and World to keep you going. All raise the bar and contain more and more fun. Along the way you also unlock stadiums and various other things to use in world tour, but the stadiums can be used in Hit the Streets. I will say though that you have to stick to it in order to obtain the full pleasures from this game.
To summarise a great piece of work from Fifa who have finally nailed it.
Well done indeed, A Great Piece of work.
This game really has stagnated since FIFA STREET II. In the original, difficulty levels could be selected for the technical nature of the tricks (right down to simply pressing triangle for a randomly assigned skill) and this is missing from the new franchise, which means it is an inaccessible game for those whom are not a fan of the rest of the FIFA franchise (skills still are complicated for those whom do not practise for hours on the current generation FIFA games).
Although there is no shortage of modes, this is also over-glorified and not particularly good at matching players to one another based on both skill and connection. Whilst it is satisfying to play other people, the AI does a good job within this game and multiplayer games can often be tedious with your opponent constantly shielding the ball (this happened for 4 minutes in one online Futsal game).
Overall, there isn't anything wrong with this game, and it functions fine and I am sure excels for the people whom did not have the pleasure to play the original FIFA street. The game got somewhat boring very quickly, and has subsequently earned a place on the 'dusty game shelf' and has not been played for over 6 months, with the game seeming to have no point after just 2 weeks of relatively infrequent play.
I have found FIFA 11 and 12 extremely boring and I do not like the last few PES games. I have always liked FIFA Street but I struggled with it. This one I have found easy to use and fun, especially with multi-player.
You have so much more games to play:
- 4v4, 5v5, 6v6 a-side
- Panas (better tricks = more goals)
- Freestyle (first to 2,500 points)
Then you have 5-a-side pitches, 7-a-side pitches, make shift pitches, futsul pitches... Then you can mix them all up and create your own games.
I found that playing multi-player with a mate - both on same team - it extremely fun and a challenge.
The basic tricks are easy to master and anyone can use them and beat players with them.
I recommend this game over all the latest football games on the PS3 (at this moment)
So I bought FS (fifa street); I wanted to do some tricks and flair moves, score ludicrous goals, have silly games with mates, build up a team of my own and basically doss about on a football game, and FS offers these things. There is a wide array of skills at your disposal, and all sorts of stylish passes and shots to enhance the experience. My favourite aspect of the game is the team building, where you can create a team from scratch and customise them into different positions as you progress through the game. Another nice touch is the extra formats of game you can play, from 2v2 style-offs to 6v6 goalscoring games and futsal.
Now for the negatives, and unfortunately there are many:
- The limited choice in appearance for the team building seems stupid considering you play through the game with the same 6 players.
- Terrible celebration set to choose from. This is a minor point admittedly, but I'd rather they just didn't bother offering it.
- Far too much content is locked to the casual gamer.
- God-awful music. I guess that's subjective but it really is dire.
- Even if you do not wish to play online, FS forces you to forever remind it of this, with regular pop-ups demanding you connect to the internet. These pop-ups do not disappear in time.
- Gameplay is still leaning too much in favour of 'realism', the controls are often clunky and unresponsive as a result. A few people reviewing this say the controls are quite fluid, and by modern standards that may be true, but when I think of fluid controls on a sports game, I'm thinking of the likes of NBA Street Volumes 1 & 2, where movement - while obviously unrealistic - is free, making attacking and defending equally easy and simple to control.
- Your AI controlled team mates are more likely when in a good spot - instead of running towards the goal to give you an easy pass and goal option - to run away into the corner and face the wall for a minute.
- Some tricks are very difficult to do in one quick motion, which is obviously necessary in going past an opponent, and rather defeats the point of them.
- Keeper AI is shocking; sometimes they make miracle saves, sometimes they seem to willingly let goals in.
- I don't think I've ever played a sports game of any kind where defending is so needlessly difficult. I think this is a knock-on effect of making the movement quite 'realistic' but wanting to let offensive skills work. Not only do the controls make it painfully hard to defend with any speed at all, tackling is practically impossible. After tackling your opponent the real challenge begins; you must now go and get the damn ball, and the game mechanics for some reason sends the attacker off towards the ball before the defender is even permitted to move. Whatever happened to a successful tackle earning a change in possession? Real life is easier than this ffs.
I think since the days of FIFA '99 etc. (back when football games were more about enjoying yourself than trying to imagine a computer game was real life) there has been a market for a slick looking football game aimed at more casual gamers which offers everything that modern football games don't: pure fun. I have searched in vain for a football game that prioritises fun and pulls it off with aplomb, and while games like Mario Smash Strikers (or whatever idiotic name it had) makes FIFA Street look like solid gold, it is nevertheless another disappointment in my eyes.
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