Reviewed by Jennifer – GEV.com
If you are someone who likes buying more than one football game in a single year, you may be happy to know that other than the yearly FIFA or Pro Evolution Soccer, there are more games available. The FIFA Street is the newest in the franchise and offers a lot of new things that the fans may love. Unlike its predecessors, this one has a more close relation to the FIFA brand and its gameplay style. So if you are indeed the one who wants more football games a single year, you may want to try it out. I finished the game and here is my review.
For those who worried that FIFA Street repeats the same thing found in the other games, there is good news for you. This time EA has kept the same gameplay but added a lot of new decent features that will offer you a lot of fun. The street franchise has always been loved by football fans and that isn’t going to change with the newest title. It adds a great new career mode and with the same loved gameplay mechanics. You are absolutely going to have a blast playing this new addition.
If you played this year’s FIFA edition, you are going to feel a lot of similarities between the two. This is because FIFA Street borrows a lot of things from FIFA 12. Thankfully, its gameplay is fun and the control scheme is nearly excellent. Unlike the original FIFA series, the playgrounds are much smaller, giving you less room to play and a lot of tackling opportunities. Commentary is also not available in the Street edition, but instead, the game allows you to hear the voice of players on the field directly communicating with others.
FIFA Street puts you in a number of different playing fields with great environments overall. You won’t find the same level of presentation as in the FIFA titles, but it still manages to put you in a great position. If you love football at all and have always gotten yourself the latest edition of a FIFA game, you would not hesitate to get this one.