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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.
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.
1 year ago
FIFA Street Reborn
FIFA Street has truly been given a next-gen upgrade. This game is fantastic, the team selections are good & the World Tour mode is the most fun I've had in ages, plenty to do inc. upgrading your squad & unlocking lots of items for your squad & other game modes. The difficulty is spot on & on 'hard' it presents a good challenge & really tests your skills which I appreciate because some games can be just too easy. All in all, ANOTHER great FIFA product! Must buy! Try the demo if you're not sure, convinced me!
Joe Anderson (Editor) |
1 year ago
Football has always been about teamwork, competition and the fans. Generally any showboating during a game is looked down on; can you imagine the reaction during a premiership match if someone stood juggling the ball to mock the other team? Not only would he be marked for the rest of the game and be the victim of a crunching tackle or two, but the opposition fans would no doubt remember that player forever, making sure any mistake he made in the future would be well and truly rubbed in his face. This is what makes EAâ€™s latest title, FIFA Street, so different. Here itâ€™s all about the tricks and showboating, thereâ€™s no time for pleasantries, instead youâ€™re out to win the match in style, if that means humiliating your opponent, then so be it.
Given that this latest game in the series is the first for four years, youâ€™d expect to see plenty of changes and thanks to the switch to the FIFA 12 engine, you certainly do. Moving away from the more cartoon-like appearance of previous games for a more realistic look has certainly worked in the gameâ€™s favour, as has the fact that itâ€™s been worked on by key members of the FIFA 12 team. All of this makes for a pretty impressive and diverse game, although I still canâ€™t get away from the fact that FIFA Street is how youâ€™d imagine football would be played if the Americanâ€™s invented it first.
Being a FIFA 12 player, making the move over to FIFA Street is a long, slow process. Despite being run on the same engine, playing the game is completely different in many ways. There is more of an emphasis on style for one, while the tighter arenas and the ability to use the boards to pass and get around your opponents adds a whole new level to the skills needed to succeed. FIFA Street also requires you to beat your opponents with trickery, so knocking the ball through an opponents legs before sticking it into the net will be a regular occurrence. In fact sometimes using the many tricks afforded to your players is the only way to get past an opponent, forget slick passing and looking for space, youâ€™ll be much more successful juggling the ball, knocking it over your opponents head and then scoring on the volley.
Thankfully pulling off tricks in FIFA Street is quite simple, with most assigned to the right stick, which when combined with the shoulder or trigger buttons can help you pull off moves with ease. What you will find is that in World Tour and the online modes, most of the main tricks are locked at first until you gain experience. Leveling up your created players allows you to improve their stats and unlock those aforementioned tricks.
World Tour mode itself is a very impressive part of FIFA Street. You start off creating a player, or if you wish by importing your created player from FIFA 12. Once this is done you are then given the chance to make up the rest of your team by either importing ready-made players or players created by your friends or other people recommended to you by the game. This is brilliant, as potentially this could mean you are setting out on your World Tour with a team full of your friends. Then, once you have chosen your team name, it colours and logo, youâ€™re then able to set out and the tour begins.
At the beginning of the tour your team are unknowns, therefore youâ€™ll start off on a regional tour, playing in the various tournaments on offer, before going off to the main final for that region, trying to do enough to make an impression and get yourself going on a National tour. Once you go national you then have the chance to open up further opportunities such as the European and then World tour.
Each tour you take part in is made up of various events, these consist of the various game types that you will come across in FIFA Street. Each event can be played as Easy (Bronze), Medium (Silver) and Hard (Gold). Whatever difficulty you choose will see you unlock a different piece of equipment or other reward, such as a new stadium, should you be triumphant.
The events are numerous in each of the regional events. Basic events include 4v4 and 5v5 matches, while sometimes this is also mixed up by the game adding in rules such as first team to score 5 goals wins. Other game types are also thrown in, Panna Rules for instance, will see you play out a normal timed match, although the difference here is that you are awarded points for nutmegs (pannaâ€™s), air beats and beats. Points earned are banked until you score, although if your opponent scores first youâ€™ll lose your banked points. The winner is the team with the most points at the end of the match. Other game types youâ€™ll come across are Futsal, which is a 5-a-side game played in a stadium environment (there are no walls to bounce the ball off) and also Last Man Standing, which sees you lose a player every time you score a goal, with the aim â€“ you guessed it â€“ to not be the last man standing. There are a few other modes too, such as Freestyle, in which the first to a set amount of style points wins, while tournaments are also thrown in help you to gain the ranking you need to unlock the main finals.
As you play through the World Tour, especially in the latter stages, youâ€™ll notice that you come up against more famous players and some well known clubs, although youâ€™re players will constantly be leveling up and gaining in skill, so there is no need to fear them. Speaking of leveling up, this brings me to one of my gripes with FIFA Street. Practically every time you win a match one of your players will level up, but to me at least, going through a whole team of players, adding to their stats and unlocking new moves is nothing but a big inconvenience. Sure people will love improving their team, but going into each player every time, unlocking the same stats and skills, then waiting for it to save, is just annoying; it not only breaks the flow of the game but itâ€™s also a laborious task and one that seems like it could have been implemented a whole lot better than it has been. Itâ€™s hardly a major problem I know, but itâ€™s bad enough that I took time to write about it.
One of the most interesting parts of FIFA Street is that the online mode is implemented throughout the game. In World Tour for example, when playing at gold level in a tournament, you can actually play against an online opponent. In addition to this, the game also has own its separate online mode, which sees you take your created team online and play against an opponent. There are three modes online, Play with Friends, which does what it says; Online Team Play, which allows you to take your Captain and play with seven other players and finally Street Season. The latter is actually the main online mode, allowing you to play in a 10 game season with the aim of getting yourself promoted. There are three game types you can play online, these are: 5-a-side, 6-a-side and Futsal. It seems strange that you canâ€™t play Freestyle or Panna Rules matches online, although perhaps theyâ€™ll come in the future.
Finally, the game also includes a Hit the Street mode. This basically allows you to play any game style with any team you wish. If you have a friend at home then both of you can play against each other in some good old fashioned one-on-one, team vs team matches.
As far as presentation goes, FIFA Street is a top notch title. The graphics looks fantastic, with each player looking as great as youâ€™d expect. The stadiums are all well designed, the environments varied and the chatter between players seems authentic. Although there is no commentary, this isnâ€™t actually such a bad thing, since EA have managed to implement a soundtrack which seems to fit the experience perfectly.
FIFA Street couldnâ€™t be further removed from the main FIFA series if it tried, however what we have hear is a skillfully crafted game of football that provides something a little different for those out there who prefer to take things a little less seriously. Not only does FIFA Street looks fantastic, but it also plays a stylish game of football, even if your standard referee may not agree with the attire the players are wearing. FIFA Street does have its frustrations but there is no doubt that this is the best game in the series so far.
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FIFA Street First Look TrailerAn authentic street soccer game that replicate the way the game is played by street players all over the world, this reinvention of the FIFA Street series is inspired by street soccer styles and stars from around the world. Powered by the revolutionary FIFA Soccer gameplay engine, and introducing Street Ball Control, FIFA Street will deliver an arsenal of groundbreaking street dribbling styles and trick moves that ignite the one-on-one battles within matches
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