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3.8 out of 5 stars
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3.8 out of 5 stars
Fifa Street 2 (PS2)
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on 17 May 2017
Fun little game.
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on 8 September 2017
Good fun game..
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on 20 March 2006
I Bought FIFA Street 2 on the 12TH of march and havent stopped playing it since.The rule the street mode is now split up in to 4 sections.Kick Abouts where you get put into a random team and play street matches.Then when your player rating gets to 40 you get to create a team(TEAM CAPTIN)and also you get to create a PITCH which is a great feature.Then when your squad rating gets to 80 you get to enter the Underground leauge where the best players in the world play for the title of Street champions and the 4th and final section is international where you get to play for your national team.Create a Player is better,Create a Team is better and all the teams where official shirts for their countries.IF YOU LIKED THE FIRST THEN BUY THIS ONE
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on 14 March 2006
I bought Fifa Street 2 on sunday and i was impressed. Its different from the previous version.
Theres great things like more national teams with authentic kits and badges. Theres also a lot more to do like skill challenges and buying rewards.
However, when the players are running with turbo they look like they've been bitten or something. I also think they've gone a little ott with the amount of skill during matches but thats whats in street football.
I would buy it but dont expect it to be perfect for what your looking for
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on 12 March 2006
I loved FIFA Street, so when I heard they are making FIFA Street 2, I thought "Brilliant! Can't wait"

When you first play it, you will defiantly get frustrated cause you are not new to the controls (I have to admit it's quite confusing) The thing is that this time round you got loads of different controls to perform quality tricks, while when you first play the game, you need to unlock tricks from the trick book by spending your skill bills which you can earn playing a friendly match or RTS (Rule the Street) to perform good tricks or you'll just using the same boring trick again & again.

RTS mode has more depth than last version (I still preferred the previous version)
You can create up to 8 players (including GKs) & you can upgrade their attributes without playing in RTS.
You can create your own pitch.
Your keeper can come out & play as an outfield player.
You can barge players rather than just slide tackle.
You can juggle whilst playing a match (showoff really)

You have 16 retired legend players like; Beckenbauer, Cantona, Sanchez, Batesi, Gascoigne, Zico, Hagi, Brehme, Koeman, Krank, Alberto Torres, Voller, Boniek, Abedi Pele & Papin to use from.
You also get unknown streetballers to use too.

The gamebreaker system has changed, instead of firing a cannon blast from anywhere you want once you have earned the gamebreaker, you have to jog back to the centre of the pitch (where a big circle appears) to activate the gamebreaker. You then have 2 choices, either take a shot at goal or use your tricks to beat your opponents, the more you beat the more rewarding you get but you must remember you also have a time limit, if you fail to score then you'll get nothing e.g.
Score a goal = 1 goal
Beat 1 player + score a goal = 1 goal for yourself & -1 goal for your opponent
Beat 2 players + score a goal = 2 goals for yourself & -1 goal for your opponent
Beat 3 players + score a goal = KO (you win no matter what the score is)
If you get intercepted just when you are about to shoot, the gamebreaker will be lost

There are obviously some minor disadvantages like;
- players seems to be quite dim cause your own teammates seems to just stand in your way when you are about to shoot
- when you successfully tackled someone the ball will more likely to just roll to your opponents feet (roughly 80% of the time)
- you can't edit any sportswear colours like an Adidas shirt colour stays permanent & there's not much Nike sportswear (apart from shoes & national shirts)
- players fall on the ground like idiots when being nutmegged (it's like a backwards roll)
- uncool looking logos (it's like it has been designed by a 6yr old)
- achieving 5 combos to obtain a gamebreaker seems to be confusing, if you perform 5 different tricks in a row you are not guaranteed a gamebreaker or it would say you only did x2 combos...

If you liked the first FIFA Street then you should be quite entertained with this one (bit challenging but hey) Of course if EA are planning to make FIFA Street 3 they should consider some changes
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on 15 May 2006
At first, this game seems like a laugh. Nutmeg your mates, flick it over the head of ronaldinho, it's a lot of fun. But, as you get on with the career, the game gets incredible frustrating. Your opponent seems to be able to block everything with ease, score goals really easily, and rack up huge combos before you know it, whilst u struggle to put a couple of passes together against them. Its satisfying when you win, but it can cause a few moments of anger. Despite this, the players look very good, there are oodles of bonuses to win, and there is a great variety of game modes. So, good graphics, alright gameplay, rewarding, but can get very very annoying.
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on 12 June 2014
It's good and fun and all that... But... Fifa Street 1 was just so much better. The older game feels more fluent and open, whereas this feels quite confined and closed from freedom and fun.
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on 27 June 2010
this is a great but quite hard game.It really gets harder as you advance even in the easy mode.Pretty good
for me tho...
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on 9 August 2014
Son was over the moon when he got this. Been playing a demo version for years. Arrived five days after purchasing, still good quality even though it was a used item and such a bargain. Would recommend this company for other games.
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on 16 April 2006
This game is poor at best. You cant tell the difference between this game and the last, the gameplay is slow and after about ten matches it becomes repetetive. Once a trick animation has started you can not stop it so you have to get used to the same boring moves. This game is not worth buying unless you dont have the first one. The game is quite good when played agaisnt freinds although in any other mode it is too repetitive.
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