And 1 Streetball PlayStation 2

  • Publisher: Ubisoft
  • Release Date: Jun 6, 2006
Metascore
51

Mixed or average reviews - based on 29 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 1 out of 29
  2. Negative: 13 out of 29
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  1. And1 Streetball has some good ideas like the pulling off juke moves with the analog stick but unfortunately some technical errors are too much to ignore.
  2. PSM2 Magazine UK
    72
    It does capture the flavour of the And1 competition. [Aug 2006, p.72]
  3. The barrage of 'street'-speak, stupid player names (we want to punch the prick who calls himself '1/2 Man, 1/2 Amazing'), yawnsome hip-hop and seriously over-the-top commentary all becomes a bit much, though we guess it kind of comes with the territory. If you're after a more skilful alternative to NBA Street V3 then And 1 Streetball should be right up your, er, street.
  4. The weak AI, easily abused trick moves, and lo-res graphics all add up to create a boring experience.
  5. Official Playstation 2 Magazine UK
    70
    A playable, yet unexceptional, sports title. There are better b-ball games out there. [Aug 2006, p.97]
  6. These guys deserve credit for developing two solid basketball games despite the snickers and giggles amongst the gaming world. And they deserve credit for the contributions they made to the genre four years ago. It’s just a case of too little too late.
  7. Games Master UK
    62
    Sitting uneasily between the "sim" and "showboater" camps, this is a bit of a mess. [Aug 2006, p.73]
  8. 60
    You never quite reach the same pumped-up heights you get while playing similar games, like "NBA Ballers" or "NBA Street" -- and despite the tricks, online play, and generally responsive controls, it would take a serious interest in the AND 1 legacy to maintain any level of interest in this game.
  9. AND 1's cool Create-a-Baller and Create-a-Move modes make the game worth playing, if you yearn for the exaggerated, arcade gameplay in the spirit of NBA Jam, albeit with a lot more street style.
  10. "NBA Street" with different moves and more ballers, minus the polished gameplay. The analog stick's heightened sensitivity is not as innovative as it is a refinement.
  11. True fans of the AND 1 Mixtape Tour may be able to look beyond the many flaws of the actual basketball in this game because the presentation offers a dream come true.
  12. Play UK
    56
    And 1 Streetball needed a good scrub and some basic gameplay lessons but was too busy busting rhymes and freestyling to care about the little things. [Issue 142, p.99]
  13. It just doesn't manage to appeal to either the hardcore sports gamer, but fans of And 1 will get a kick out of playing with their favorite stars. Anyone else might be better off holding out for a better game.
  14. Official U.S. Playstation Magazine
    50
    Just average b-ball...Average b-ball means it's not good streetball. [Aug 2006, p.78]
  15. A sporty struggle that's all style and no substance.

Awards & Rankings

#61 Most Discussed PS2 Game of 2006
User Score
8.9

Generally favorable reviews- based on 29 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 9 out of 9
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 9
  3. Negative: 0 out of 9
  1. Sep 24, 2015
    10
    51 for greatest streetball game ever.Are you kidding me???51 for greatest streetball game ever.Are you kidding me??? !!! Full Review »
  2. Andy
    Jul 24, 2006
    10
    it's sick full of skillz and dunks ppl like me and my bredrinscould learn bare new triks.
  3. EfeB.
    Jul 3, 2006
    9
    i have a feeling these critics havent played this game but these bad reviews are just copies of one bad review. like, one guy at IGN doesnt i have a feeling these critics havent played this game but these bad reviews are just copies of one bad review. like, one guy at IGN doesnt like the game and all the other critics think...gee if the IGN guy doesnt like it...it must not be that good. but this game IS good, its fun, graphics and the gameplay is a million times better than NBA ballers and NBA street. awesome moves, great extras...worth playing. Full Review »