FIFA Street review: can you do better than Lionel Messi?


The new FIFA Street from EA Sports goes where no football simulation game has gone before – delivering a realistic, street-football experience to both the casual and the avid gaming fans.

FIFA 12 last year broke new ground in ball control mechanics and football realism, and FIFA Street builds on that by letting players use the full power of the FIFA 12 system to execute tricks, dribble around defenders, juggle the ball while doing a handstand and make total fools out of the opposition players, be it the AI or via online gameplay.

The graphics are luscious, as is expected of any FIFA release. The gameplay is rich and intricate – ranging from ‘freestyle events’ where you show off your skills to 2v2 and 6v6 match ups where you can play with friends, the AI or create your own players.

FIFA 12 fans will love this one – you can also import your created ‘Virtual Pro’ from FIFA 12 into FIFA Street – and there are a lot more player creation and custimisation options available.

Watch the video below to see how FIFA Street looks – pre-ordering / demo download links are within:

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  1. Akshay 20 March, 2012