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FIFA Street 2 (PSP)

FIFA Street 2 (PSP)
alaScore 79

38 reviews

Aug, 2014

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Amazon.co.uk review summary for FIFA Street 2 (PSP)

 

alaTest has collected and analysed 15 user reviews of FIFA Street 2 (PSP) from Amazon.co.uk. The average user rating for this product is 4.1/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.0/5 for other PlayStation Portable Games on Amazon.co.uk.

80% of the reviews on Amazon.co.uk give this product a positive rating.

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FIFA Street 2 (Xbox)

 

When FIFA Street was released in February of 2005, the game boasted far more style than it did substance, offering a gameplay experience that was as flawed as it was flashy. Nevertheless, when we reviewed FIFA Street we alluded to the fact that we'd...

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FIFA Street 2

 

The Street series of games had it's moment in the sun when NBA Street was released, thanks to the fun involved in over exaggerated dunks and huge tricks that made your rivals spin in disbelief. EA felt that the success in the NBA world meant that other...

The one saving grace was the great mix of tunes in the EA Trax section. Without the highly eclectic mix of tunes here I would have tuned out of the title long ago and not looked back. Skip it.

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FIFA Street 2 Review for the GAMECUBE

 

Cleats of rage.

Good presentation; Some interesting match variations

Overpowered jukes; Takes forever to stand up; Repetitive gameplay; No online play

Bobbito, the DJ from the NBA Street series, was the first and last successful Street commentator. Thankfully, EA ducked having some lame clone and went with megaphone-distorted gibberish worthy of a drunken block party. And like your local pueblo's...

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FIFA Street 2

 

It's easy to appreciate the improvements, but gameplay inconsistencies and eventual repetition make the sequel only marginally better than the original.

Fast-paced street action; improved ball physics; good-looking players

No online play; gameplay gets repetitive; not enough ¿FIFA¿ to go with the ¿Street

You'll have to master as many tricks as you can, thanks to the varied modes, which may award points for certain tricks like the panna (more commonly known as the nutmeg), or for making gamebreaker goals. The biggest issue with that is that while the...

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Fifa Street 2

 

The graphics are generally of the darker tones, and they feel average at best. The character models are okay, but a lot of their animations are immature. EA Sports Big went for a ghetto looking theme that screams clean up the inner city (editor:...

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FIFA Street 2

 

Whilst FIFA Street 2 is a better game than it's prequel, it really needs an online mode to take it to the next level. The tutorials should have been subtitled too

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FIFA Street 2 Review (Xbox)

 

I'm going to come clean now; I prefer that my sports games have a little twist of simulation blended into them. Across the board, regardless of the sport, I've found it's the realism that increases my time spent with a sports title. Electronic Arts'...

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FIFA Street 2

 

EA's four-on-four, arcade-style slant on the world's most popular sport makes its PSP debut with FIFA Street 2. Players can get their kicks by challenging more than 320 professional stars on 20 national teams or by competing against an international assor

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FIFA Street 2

 

Take the skill out of soccer and you get Wimbledon circa 1980, but what happens when you take the soccer out of skill?

With its focus on showy skills, frequent and repetitive goal-scoring and short, sharp matches, the experience has far more in common with US sports such as basketball than our own beautiful game

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FIFA Street 2

 

If you're after another footy game that dispenses with rules and focuses entirely on the flashy side of the sport, there's little else out there that will suit you better.

Fun to attack ; Impressive soundtrack

Defensive shortcomings ; No online play

My main problem with FIFA Street 2 is that for all the skill-moves that you can pull off and the fun you can have, you really don't feel like you have enough control. Even when you master the more complicated tricks, things just don't click. If you're...

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Product Specifications

Humiliate or feel humiliation with the ultimate display of football skills in FIFA STREET 2 from EA SPORTS BIG. This time your arsenal of tricks is the ultimate humiliation weapon you use to dominate and obliterate your rivals with reputation-destroying moves. Your skill with the Trick-Stick will determine your survival as you compete against the very best the streets have to offer. Use the right analog stick to unleash a varied arsenal of tricks at your disposal to dominate with style and humble opponents with or without the ball. Hit the streets and go one-on-one with the best Pro Players from all around the world, or even challenge the hottest up and coming talent from the streets. Grudge match situations will result in Beat Battle encounters that allow you to test your skills one-on-one with your opponents. Use the Trick-Stick to attack and counter -attack skill moves to steal the opponent's credibility and unravel his tricks. Then really destroy the competition with the redesigned Gamebreaker Trauma finishing move. A specialized trick meter that you fill each time you show up your opponent with skills and once full charged unleashes the ultimate trick combos that could win you the match. Humiliate your rivals to become the best the streets have to offer in FIFA Street 2.

Game

Context:Realistic
Elements:Sports - soccer arcade / Sports - soccer simulation
ESRB Rating:Everyone (6+)
PEGI Rating:3+

Header

Compatibility:Game console
Manufacturer:Electronic Arts
Model:Street 2
Packaged Quantity:1
Product Line:FIFA

Miscellaneous

Package Type:Retail

Software

Category:Games
Game Console Compatibility:Sony PlayStation Portable
License Category:Shrinkwrap
License Pricing:Standard
License Qty:1 user
License Type:Complete package
Subcategory:Games - sports
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