FIFA Street PlayStation 3

User Score
6.4

Mixed or average reviews- based on 71 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 32 out of 71
  2. Negative: 13 out of 71
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  1. Mar 18, 2012
    10
    lots of fun to just f. around with the ai, or other people online. kids who are **** about "bad defenders" and other **** dont realize that its not fifa 12, its fifa street. your players are supposed to tricks and defenders/keepers are supposed to be embarrassed. dont listen to kids who play the game expecting something else
  2. Mar 17, 2012
    10
    Amazing, the street football for excellence, everything is calibrated and funny! TheSixthAxis
    The systems are well explained, the controls are perfect for the pace and style of gameplay and the presentation is as great as you'd expect.
  3. Mar 19, 2012
    10
    I don't get all the critics about this game, there's always someone hating on how the game is done. If people where hating on the gameplay or whatever but, in the game modes ? 10/10
  4. May 7, 2012
    8
    || so "Fifa Street", well, if Fifa 12 is 'U2' than Fifa Street is 'Black Eyed Peas' & if Fifa 12 is 'Bruno Mars' than Fifa Street is 'Lil Wayne' ...
    the game has good balance, keeps one busy with fast paced gameplay & at the same time forces you to think about tactics & always work hard to keep and win back possession. the main part, the tricks are brilliantly animated, effective & easy
    || so "Fifa Street", well, if Fifa 12 is 'U2' than Fifa Street is 'Black Eyed Peas' & if Fifa 12 is 'Bruno Mars' than Fifa Street is 'Lil Wayne' ...
    the game has good balance, keeps one busy with fast paced gameplay & at the same time forces you to think about tactics & always work hard to keep and win back possession. the main part, the tricks are brilliantly animated, effective & easy to learn but hard to master.
    the Visuals, Sound & Physics are same as Fifa 12's as both are built on the same engine.
    Street has enough game modes to keep one busy until PS4 comes out -_- online is sorted & runs smooth like all EA's games ...
    this a game has an Identity, Swagger & a whole lot of attitude ... *Street 4 L5* ;)
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  5. Mar 14, 2012
    8
    I like the "tie in" with FIFA 12; controls, imported virtual pro, animations, and game engine. Much better than the old street with the awful cartoon characters. Not very deep, but just right for pick up and play. It would make a great Vita game. Has some faults but otherwise a fun game and a definite step in the right direction. A solid 8 sport title, and an easy recommendation for a soccer fan.
  6. Mar 21, 2012
    8
    As usual on this site people are either at one extreme or another, but don't worry, I'll keep you right. The latest installment of the FIFA Street series is far and above the best. Gone are the cartoon graphics and skills so ridiculous no human could possibly pull off. Instead, this game is graphically similar to FIFA 12, except Street takes the skill system implemented in '12 and amps itAs usual on this site people are either at one extreme or another, but don't worry, I'll keep you right. The latest installment of the FIFA Street series is far and above the best. Gone are the cartoon graphics and skills so ridiculous no human could possibly pull off. Instead, this game is graphically similar to FIFA 12, except Street takes the skill system implemented in '12 and amps it up just nicely.

    At times this really does play like street football. Really good use of the boards, and a real focus on not only beating your opponent in goals scored, but tricks performed. There are also lots of different venues which alter how you approach the match, with 2v2, 3v3, 4v4, 5v5 and 6v6 all playable.

    With a World Tour Mode and a wealth of online options, this game is a win. It's not perfect, there are times when the fluency shows cracks, but these are all things that could be worked on for the next installment. Rather than have EA release FIFA Street, Euro 2012 and FIFA 13 all in the one year I'd like to see them continue to release the yearly FIFA title and then alternate between Euro/World Cup & Street games to keep things fresh and avoid overkill.

    Hope this review has helped. Peace.
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  7. Sep 22, 2012
    8
    FIFA Street is a must have for FIFA fans who are still missing the availability to play in a hall or on the streets. You start in a region of your choice (France, England, etc) and play your way through up to worldwide stages. It sounds pretty amazing but the game does not take advantage of its encouraging potential because the developers did not use the licenses as you might think of whenFIFA Street is a must have for FIFA fans who are still missing the availability to play in a hall or on the streets. You start in a region of your choice (France, England, etc) and play your way through up to worldwide stages. It sounds pretty amazing but the game does not take advantage of its encouraging potential because the developers did not use the licenses as you might think of when you hear FIFA. For about 75% of the World Tour you won't play or meet any of the licensed teams nor be able to add original players to your team. On the other hand this fact might be a disappointing for you. Nonetheless the game offers a lot of fun to individualize your team (its a lot of work) and enjoy the locations which are beautifully made and diversified. Expand
  8. Apr 8, 2014
    8
    If you think this version of Fifa Street is just a stripped down version of the annual Fifa games, you have got another thing coming. Unlike earlier releases in the series, this time things are a bit more strategic. As the street environment shrinks down the usual soccer pitch, it also makes more a tighter more strategic game and unpredictable matches the can come down to the last secondIf you think this version of Fifa Street is just a stripped down version of the annual Fifa games, you have got another thing coming. Unlike earlier releases in the series, this time things are a bit more strategic. As the street environment shrinks down the usual soccer pitch, it also makes more a tighter more strategic game and unpredictable matches the can come down to the last second no matter what difficulty you choose. Because the arenas are so cramped, scoring isn't as easy to pull off by traditional methods, instead you need to work your opponent, work the goalie and tap in the ball with very little room to spare to make a mark on the scoreboard.

    Matches can get pretty heated as instead of perfect shots being the ones that get passed the goalie, it's usually pot luck when you can actually manipulate the ball and the goalie into letting one pass. Shots can be blocked 10 times in a row and still deflected, and others can just creep through the goalie's legs if you work the right moves. Again this makes for very unpredictable games and satisfying goals creeping past when you had almost lost all hope in catching up to the opposing team.

    Since there is only so much you can do with this type of game, the developers put a lot more work this time into the sound department. Players talk constantly to each other, calling for passes and apologizing to their team mates when they make mistakes. All this is done in the respective accents of the nationalities of the players, it makes for a very realistic experience. Couple that with top notch player likenesses and EA have really taken the series to the next level.

    There was only so little room for evolution I thought for the series to progress, but tightening the controls and gameplay as well as putting extra effort with sound and visuals to make everything feel real, makes this the best "street" sport game to date.
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  9. Jun 22, 2014
    8
    79/100: EA Sports created a nice street football game by making a version of FIFA Street for the PS3. The world tour campaign is pretty fun and isn't that short. You can create your own street football squad and create your own players. By playing matches you earn XP by which you can improve your player its skills. You can also earn real players by playing matches against real existing79/100: EA Sports created a nice street football game by making a version of FIFA Street for the PS3. The world tour campaign is pretty fun and isn't that short. You can create your own street football squad and create your own players. By playing matches you earn XP by which you can improve your player its skills. You can also earn real players by playing matches against real existing club. Even though the campaign isn't super long, you can play it for a really long time to improve your skills and those of your teammates. You also got the opportunity to play just one match with a pre-created club or your own created club and choose one of the five modes you are able to play on many different courses. But once you played FIFA Street for a while, the tricks start to get really repetitive and it will become less fun to perform those tricks like it did the first time. The other sad thing is that EA closed the servers already when the game was just out for around one year. Overall it's a very fun game you can play for a long time but it has it little flaws. Expand
  10. Jan 27, 2016
    8
    FIFA Street is a unique game with a lot of potential and it uses it. It is different from the other FIFA titles even though it is just football. Something very important in games like FIFA is good controls and this game has it though sometimes the characters will move by themselves and it can be only a bit lady sometimes but hardly. If you own a PS3 I recommend this for all FIFA fans andFIFA Street is a unique game with a lot of potential and it uses it. It is different from the other FIFA titles even though it is just football. Something very important in games like FIFA is good controls and this game has it though sometimes the characters will move by themselves and it can be only a bit lady sometimes but hardly. If you own a PS3 I recommend this for all FIFA fans and is nice for your PS3 game collection. Expand
Metascore
76

Generally favorable reviews - based on 36 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 26 out of 36
  2. Negative: 2 out of 36
  1. Apr 29, 2012
    60
    FIFA Street is a fun game and will keep you entertained, but the overbearing problems it brings with it prevent it from taking its place alongside its 11-a-side cousin.
  2. Apr 24, 2012
    80
    The game is deep and focuses on beating the man in front of you. It's like having a pickup game of soccer somewhere except this time you can actually pull off the tricks that the pros use. Grab a pal and have a blast.
  3. 70
    FIFA Street might have worked better as a DLC expansion for the main series, as you could harshly label it as "just" being FIFA 12 with smaller pitches and more dribbles and tricks. That doesn't change the fact that we were well entertained throughout, and the sheer amount of game modes add to the overall impression.