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FIFA Street (PS3)

Platform : PlayStation 3
4.2 out of 5 stars 140 customer reviews

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Game Information

  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 3 and Over
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Platform: PlayStation 3
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  • ASIN: B005I7ZYJM
  • Product Dimensions: 13.6 x 1.6 x 16.2 cm ; 100 g
  • Release Date: 16 Mar. 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (140 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,617 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Platform:PlayStation 3

Manufacturer's Description

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.

Key Features:

  • 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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Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
I grew up in south of Spain and this kind of street football introduced me to football in general, this game brings back so many memories. There was no full size pitches about or any grass for that matter so we had to make do with basketball courts and car parks, we'd play 5 a side, 3 a side with rush goalie and it's great that I can experience the same thing here in the UK with FIFA Street.

The game plays very fluidly with the emphasis of skill and pulling off tricks rather than passing and working the ball, however you can play that way if you like just don't expect to beat the harder difficulty challenges, you do have to learn and understand the various moves and techniques.

The game uses the same engine as FIFA 12 so therefore the game looks beautiful and contains the majority of full licenced teams and kits with the addition of street gear. I'm glad EA ditched the cartoony style of Street 3, even though the gameplay is rather unrealistic/arcadey having the true `look' of street football adds a lot to the overall game.

The controls are simple enough to learn, it's very pick up and play, I would recommend playing with a few friends because the gameplay imo becomes something else entirely, dare I say it becomes much more tactical and more nail biting than the FIFA proper.

The meat of the game requires you to create your own football team, design your kit and crest then play dress up with the hundreds of different clothing combinations and colours. You can build your team out of created players or players you find throughout the world tour mode, you can also download friend's players and you're Pro from FIFA 12.
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By Bruce TOP 500 REVIEWER on 26 May 2012
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Having played versions of the FIFA games which aim to be a real simulation of professional football, it's immediately obvious how different this is and it's not really aiming to be anything like those.

This is all about fun and control - you seem to have a lot more control of the ball and as many people have said, the play is weighted in favour of attacking football, tricks and flicks , where you have to go past your opponent. So defending for a nil-nil is just waste of time and some tournaments give you extra points for things like "nutmegs". The idea is to get past your opponent through skill and trickery.

There are lots of ways to play and endlessly varying types of "court" - anything but a proper pitch! Footsol and Five-a-Sides are the main order of the day and this allows you to see what's going on - when it's 2 against 2, you can really hone the ways to beat another player.

The main way to progress is through the "World Tour" - where you can create and save a player to act as your captain, who then picks up the talent on the way. Everything is customisable and apart from the look of your player, you can even design your team's badge and kit. I liked the way you can pick tournaments from all over the world and even start playing tournaments in your home town - I played a team from Brighton in my local park.

You can of course choose all the well-known teams in the Premiership with big name stars, as well as international teams. I managed to pit Messi against himself when matching up Barcelona against Argentina.

Like most PS3 games, you have the facility to link up online and play games with others and share your stats. The whole package has a lot to explore and it is a good way to experience the fun side of football.
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Yes, FIFA Street 3 came out on PS3 years ago. It was.... okay, average, meh. So the first good decision EA made was to drop the 4 from this one. This is no mere update, this is a reboot that has taken the Street name out of the lower divisions, thrown a load of money at it and done a Man City. This is the new king. Forget about the days of typical EA.

FIFA Street is what video game football should always be about: an accessible and endlessly entertaining back and forth goalfest with fluid controls. Simulations have their place but Street cannot be beaten with a group of mates. I can't remember the last time the hours flew by so quickly while playing a sports title. It's even fun to play alone. The career mode is engaging and the AI on harder levels isn't as dirty as in the main FIFA titles. It's not completely frustration-free, but you'll always be able to make another chance while being given a stern challenge on the highest difficulty. You can change the difficulty upon entering a new event in the career mode, which can be handy because some styles are less forgiving than others...

As a package Street is close to perfect. Various modes like Last Man Standing, Panna, Freestyle and Futsal lend impressive variety to the action; the environments, from the streets to arenas, all offer unique atmospheres and experiences. What I like most of all is how it actually captures the feel of when I was in a 5-a-side team back in school. The moves are a level above what I was capable of in the school gym, though. When it comes to those moves, Street is basically a game adaptation of a Nike advert with an array of tricks to learn and humiliate the opponent with. All of these tricks are fair. They're ways to skillfully beat the man in front of you.
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