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FIFA Street- PS3

FIFA Street- PS3
alaScore 86

19 reviews

Oct, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 19 reviews from magazines and websites. Some have doubts about the controls.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the FIFA Street- PS3 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 86/100 = Very good quality.

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FIFA Street

 

I am not a talented footballer. Anyone who has ever seen me on the field of play will tell you that I’m not a Lionel Messi so much as a Carlton Palmer; effortlessly turning basic football skills into the greatest of chores. I send the simplest of...

FIFA Street is a fun game and will keep you entertained, but the overbearing problems it brings with it prevent it from taking its place alongside its 11-a-side cousin.

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FIFA Street

 

It is tough being a soccer fan in America. There's a built in prejudice for a large segment of the sports-watching public; soccer is viewed as foreign, low scoring, and for some reason the offside rule is perceived as so alien that it renders the whole...

FIFA Street is the Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde of gaming. Equal parts glorious and monstrous, it will leave you ultimately disappointed, if not completely filled with rage. Maybe Icarus is a better metaphor. It flies so close to greatness but invariably...

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FIFA Street Review

 

FIFA Street's unique brand of trick-fuelled football is heaps of fast-paced, stylish fun.

Brings flair and pizzazz to the FIFA series ; Comprehensive career and online modes ; Almost as entertaining to watch as it is to play ; Slick presentation

Complex controls can make certain tricks difficult to learn ; Some grinding required to progress in World Tour mode

There are numerous events to take part in, with varying numbers of players and rules. Those include simple five- or six-a-side matches where the team with the most goals wins; Last Man Standing, where each goal you score eliminates a member of your...

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FIFA Street PS3 Review

 

Back in 2005 EA released Fifa Street a game that let you play as your favourite football stars but instead of stepping out onto a nice green pitch surrounded by thousands of fans, you played in abandoned car parks, floating pitches in venice and down...

Realistic street football ; different game modes other then 5 a side ; Huge list of tricks and skills

Online mode quite frustrating ; Career mode can get quite repetitive

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FIFA Street Review

 

FIFA Street's unique brand of trick-fuelled football is heaps of fast-paced, stylish fun.

Brings flair and pizzazz to the FIFA series ; Comprehensive career and online modes ; Almost as entertaining to watch as it is to play ; Slick presentation

Complex controls can make certain tricks difficult to learn ; Some grinding required to progress in World Tour mode

There are numerous events to take part in, with varying numbers of players and rules. Those include simple five- or six-a-side matches where the team with the most goals wins; Last Man Standing, where each goal you score eliminates a member of your...

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FIFA Street Review

 

It is important to note that FIFA Street sees a reboot of the franchise, rather than a sequel. EA has released several different versions in the past and this fourth edition to the franchise is the first in almost four years, welcoming players back to...

One thing you must remember with this game is that it isn't FIFA 12, so if you are expecting something on par with this colossal title, you will be disappointed. But it is still a brilliant addition to the FIFA franchise in its own right. It is good...

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