FIFA Street – Xbox 360

FIFA Street – Xbox 360

  • 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 street stars bring to the streets. Take on the challenge of beating – and embarrassing! – your opponent.
  • All-New Skill Moves – Over 50 never-before-experienced skill moves – double the amount found in FIFA 12 – that will enable you to beat your opponents and look good doing it.
  • Complete Authenticity – The most authentic street football game ever created replicates the way the game is played by street football players all over the world. 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 globe.
  • FIFA Gameplay Engine – Powered by the critically acclaimed FIFA 12 gameplay engine and the revolutionary Player Impact Engine, FIFA Street delivers an arsenal of groundbreaking street dribbling styles and trick moves that ignite the one-on-one battles.
  • Own the Street – From parking lots and parks to gyms and rooftop arenas, FIFA Street will feature cool and unique environments where the world plays street football. More than 35 different environments, including iconic locales like Rio de Janeiro, London, and Amsterdam.

From the creators of FIFAsoccerProduct InformationIn FIFA Street is the most authentic soccer game ever madeinspired  by street soccer styles and stars from around theworld.  Enjoy a unique and fun experience where everythingfrom the environments to the gear to the music is true to the sport andits culture.  Whether performing one panna after anotherwithout breaking a sweat the way the game is played in Amsterdam or aphysical fight-for-possession style the way players pete in Londonfans will

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3 thoughts on “FIFA Street – Xbox 360

  1. 9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    EA finally got this game right!, March 15, 2012
    = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
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    I’ve always been a big fan of soccer and although FIFA ’12 is an awesome game, I don’t seem to enjoy playing it. However with Fifa Street I get to play Soccer at a much faster pace keeping me engaged. The field sizes almost reminds me of hockey which I also love. The great thing about this game is that there was effort put in by the developer to add more depth. You can play in a variety of game modes included a “create your own mode” feature. The fields/venues are also very awesome. Everything from a high school gym to a rooftop to the middle of a busy night time city atmosphere. Not to mention that they got rid of the “unique” yet slightly weird/cheesy character models they’ve used in past Fifa Street games. The only thing missing is “John Motson here with Andy Gray…”. FIFA ’12 & FIFA Street are two totally different soccer games but for me personally, FIFA Street has stolen my heart!

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  2. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    this is great!, March 22, 2012
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    Dan

    = Fun:4.0 out of 5 stars 
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    I played FIFA street 3, and I’ve played Pure Futboll but those were just not well done and that becomes obvious as you start playing FIFA Street 12, which gets it spot on. The FIFA 12 engine is amazing, and they’ve tweaked it and put it to good use here. It’s actually got a completely different feeling to it — I’m a very good FIFA ’12 player and I do very well online by keeping things really simple very few tricks, etc. mostly just playing a neat & tidy tactical game. Well, in FIFA Street, I find I actually have to do the things I don’t normally do in FIFA. The gameplay is very different because of smaller fields and more emphasis on ball control. I’m not nearly as good in FIFA Street and I do enjoy FIFA 12 games better because of my playing style, but FIFA Street is different and I really appreciate that.

    You have different game styles you can play and they all work really well and give you a different flavour: 5-on-5, 6-on-6, 2-on-2 panna, 2-on-2 freestyle, futsal. I play best on futsal — which has out-of-bounds and fouls so it plays a bit slower than the other styles — because of my FIFA ’12 experience (I think of a football-basketball hybrid playing this). I’m not so good on panna as that really puts the emphasis on tricks but keeps scoring a compelling part of the game by accumulating points for doing tricks but only counting these when you do score.

    I could never really get into the virtual pro in FIFA, but here it’s an integral part of the game via the World Tour (I was really happy they had a Western Canada tour!) and I actually do like customizing my character. You get to unlock all kinds of clothing, skill moves, and increase you attributes. You can also hear your character speak on the field (and I gave him an Eastern European accent that sounded a lot like me :)). One thing that worried me a bit though is that after playing for a total of ten hours, I think I had better skills than Messi. That doesn’t seem right.

    One other point here. Seems to me that online you can only play with your own squad (which you acquire and improve on the world tour), so if you were hoping like me to beat Barcelona with Bayern Munchen online, that’s not going to happen. I’m taking a star off on fun because of that.

    I’ve come up against a lot of guys online on FIFA ’12 that really seem to enjoy the dribbling and tricks aspect but I find playing a defensive, counter-attacking game works really well to shut them down (and it’s probably a frustrating experience for them). If you’re one of those guys, or just want a different experience, this is the game for you.

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  3. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Ehhh, January 10, 2013
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    Oscar (ILLINOIS, USA) –

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    This review is from: FIFA Street – Xbox 360 (Video Game)
    This game is ok. But I am more disappointed than happy with this game. After you get to play it for a few the days, u start to notice all the little mistakes. When a player from the opposing team does a skill move and doesn’t take you out, he still gets a whole bunch of credit for that move. Which sucks and is unfair. When you play this game on hard, that’s when the opposing team makes points for attempting the smallest move while you have to try extremely hard to make a single skill move. I like the concept of the game that allows you to have fun in multiplayer. It’s fun schooling ur friends. But the Rest I don’t really like. FIFA can do way better with these games. I’ll stick to regular FIFA 13 than FIFA street.

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