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FIFA Street 3

Released on 22 February 2008

Rating: 3+ (PEGI)

2.0 out of 5 (56 customer reviews) | Write a review

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FIFA Street 3 from EA Sports Big brings to life football superstars from around the world as stylised action heroes in the ultimate arcade football experience for the Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system.

Take instant control of your heroes with a new, responsive and intuitive control system. Use the simple button configuration and analog stick to seamlessly combine moves - providing you with hundreds of different ways to show off your street skills. Fill up your all-new Game Breaker to power your ultimate abilities and express yourself like never before. Maneuver your heroes to leap past defenders, flip off walls, or perform gravity-defying one-timers to score spectacular goals.

Take your football heroes to the streets and experience the revolution in street football.

New Controls and Trick System: Ultra-responsive controls and an easy-to-use trick system give you instant control over your idols. Combine flicks, drags and traps to pull off impossible moves and show you've got the skills to hit the big time.

Team of Heroes: Choose from over 250 of the world's best players representing 18 of the top international teams, plus a few hidden extras!

    Specialist Players: Choose from Tricksters, Enforcers, Playmakers and Finishers to give you different skill sets and options on the ball, and then make your mark on the street.

      Game Breaker: Fill your momentum meter to unleash a whole new set of over-the-top tricks and electrifying moves. Leap past defenders, flip over teammates, or performing gravity-defying one-timers to score spectacular goals when the game is on the line.

        Enhanced AI: Street-smart players that pass and move with style makes FIFA Street 3 the ultimate arcade football experience.

          New Street Challenge Mode: Play in a variety of different tournaments to unlock new hidden street teams and players to play both online and offline.

            New Head To Head Mode: Play a best-of series against a friend. Customise the rules of each match for a true test of skill.

              Online Playground Picks: Bring your game online and assemble an all-star street team. Take the world's best players, line them up and take turns to select one to join your team. Prepare for bruised egos!

                Online World Challenge: Wear your country's colors with pride as you represent your nation online. Every game counts, as you and your fellow supporters combine results in the World Challenge tournament that features up to 18 teams.

                  Interactive Environments: Immerse yourself in a hyper-real world where players run up walls, environments pulsate to the music and your surroundings explode to life with every well-timed tackle, outrageous trick move or unstoppable shot on goal.

                  customer Reviews

                   Average rating (56 reviews)

                   Nowhere near as good a FS2

                  | | See all allydfc12's reviews (2)

                  Before I begin it should be noted that I have only played the demo of FIFA Street 3 and as a result the game may be better in actual production...

                  ...but I doubt it.

                  I loved the early FIFA Streets because the tricks were spectacular and the game was relatively easy, though still challengng enough to be enjoyable. If the demo is anything to go by, EA Sports BIG have destroyed everything that was good in the previous FS games.

                  Firstly there is the gameplay. The tricks are performe using the current FIFA set up - right analog stick as trickstick. This seems simple enough (and it is) but the tricks are nowhere near as exciting or diverse as in the other FS games, particularly FS2, and it is oftenhard to see what your player is doing at all. Besides which, a well timed tackle prevents tricks being performed meaning that beating players with a cheeky nutmeg becomes a whole load more difficult. This problem is emphasised by the poor camera choice, though I suspect that will be changeable in the final game.

                  The running up walls idea is a novel new feature, but doeslittle to make up for the dodgy tricking and the fact that passes have to be exactly aimed - unlike in FS2 where you could bounce passes off walls easily. The gamebreaker has also become irrelevant in FS3 as it is seemingly of no benefit. Even when you have it it can be stolen, only for the other team to have no benefit which raises the question of why would we care?

                  The goalkeepers have also been given superpowers and beating them is like trying to thread a needle with a hippopotamus in the way. It is possible, but it takes a frustrating amountof effort. Street football is supposed to be about loads of goals - not super goalies...

                  Then there is the fact that the ball can go out of play. Not a huge problem and it is realistic, but it isn't realism I want - if I wanted that I would buy FIFA 08. It's just annoying to be building up a lovely attack only to see a wayward lob fly over a low fence and hand possesion back to the opposition.

                  My final gripe with EA is their decision to exaggerate the players looks. Why? It doesn't make the game any better or funnier. It just leaves you thinking why they bothered. Making Crouch lanky is fair enough, but I can't imagine Roney will be terribly impressed by his squashed face - which you can't see during most gameplay anyway. I was also unaware that Buffon is obese and that Micah Richards is fatter than Rooney.

                  Perhaps if EA had spent less time amusing themselves by giving Crouch no calf muscles and spent more time on the gameplay FIFA Street 3 would have been better. Perhpas the actual game will be better. But as my mate put it - They've ruined it. It was my favourite game and they've ruined it. I'm inclined to agree with him - EA have cocked up BIG time.

                   it was so bad i took it back the next day

                  | | See all TonyMitchell's reviews (1)

                  i bought this on release day 22nd feb and thought that this game would provide some fun, well it did for about 20 minutes. the game became extremely repetitive against the computer all u had to do is chill out in your own half and rapidly tap Y to build ur gamebreaker up then score. there u go thats pretty much all u need to complete the game. head to head is boring and repitive and all they seem to do is rise the timing of the match for example score the most goals in 10 minutes and there would be six of these in 1 event, very boring and not challenging one bit. ive given this 2 stars because the multiplayer can provide u with some unpredictable fun on the other hand please dont buy it!
                  By Tony Mitchell

                   Not to good

                  | | See all badger38's reviews (2)

                  i would advise on downloading the demo, i didnt think to much of it. Liked the earlier versions on ps2 though.

                   Horrendous

                  | | See all spooney100's reviews (24)

                  What can I say? This game is awful, awful, awful. The graphics and animation aren't too bad but the controls are fiddly and hard to get to grips with, the gameplay is poor and too samey add to the fact that the computer teams are either too easy or way too hard with no inbetween and you have a very frustrating and annoying game that after a couple of days at best you'll lose patience with.
                  Save your money and stay well clear.

                   Rubbish!

                  | | See all Riksterxbox360's reviews (10)

                  I downloaded the demo and i was quite excited but it turned out to be poor. The players look like stickmen and it also has fake skills e.g running on the wall. A massive dissapointment!I would not reccomend this of anyone who has high expectations of this game!

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                  Rating3+ (PEGI)