Metascore
63

Mixed or average reviews - based on 48 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 6 out of 48
  2. Negative: 4 out of 48
  1. The new "Incredibles"-esque visuals and accessible dribbling mechanics are welcome, but this arcadey pitch still needs grooming. [Mar 2008, p.75]
  2. 45
    For all its flaws this one's still fun for a short kickaround, but in the end it's really nothing more than a softcore novelty.
  3. This series would benefit greatly from a re-imagining. Send the developers to the streets of Paris or Mexico City or Johannesburg; then have them come back and make a real FIFA Street game.
  4. 40
    A sequel isn’t supposed to be softer, poorer, slower, weaker, but that sadly sums up FIFA Street 3's questionable content.
User Score
7.1

Mixed or average reviews- based on 16 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 3 out of 5
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 5
  3. Negative: 2 out of 5
  1. NoahR.
    Jun 26, 2008
    4
    FIFA Street 3 went in the opposite direction of FIFA Street 2. The game dropped player creation and made players very cartoony. An utter FIFA Street 3 went in the opposite direction of FIFA Street 2. The game dropped player creation and made players very cartoony. An utter disappointment for street soccer fans everywhere. Full Review »
  2. TomS.
    Apr 29, 2008
    7
    As the years have gone by it is true that the FIFA Street series has gone downhill. Fifa Street was fantastic,number 2 just above average and As the years have gone by it is true that the FIFA Street series has gone downhill. Fifa Street was fantastic,number 2 just above average and this latest edition continues the downward slide. The series has lost the fun and customization of the first Street, however this 3rd game is not as bad as people think. More detail has been added to the arenas, and the new cartoon-style graphics work well for most players. Despite this FIFA Street 3 has a poor soundtrack and the only good game mode is the inspired playground picks. The challenge mode is nothing compared the Rule the Street mode of the the first FIFA Street, because you cant make a player or buy other players. Full Review »
  3. IanC
    Mar 7, 2008
    9
    I don't think that most reviewers are being fair with this, it feels like they are putting Pro Evo or Fifa 08 and Fifa St side by side I don't think that most reviewers are being fair with this, it feels like they are putting Pro Evo or Fifa 08 and Fifa St side by side and comparing, but they are totally different games, the only common ground is football. Fifa St is hugely accessible, fast and funky street football that just about anyone can pick up and have fun with, and it is TREMENDOUS fun, especially with friends. Graphics are amazing too. So, yes it is arcadey and doesn't have a billion footy-geek options concerning buying and selling players, leagues yawno yawno, it is straight up super dynamic, adrenaline fueled trick and stunt filled street football gloriousness. if in doubt, download the demo. I was in doubt, I downloaded the demo, and then rushed out and got the first copy I came across. Simply brilliant. Full Review »